Release Notes: This release compiles with DMD 0.155, and supports the new server-handled room and buddy searches. Several minor bugs have been fixed, as well as a more important one about privileges (giving some privileges to another user did not add to his existing privileges, but replaced them).
Release Notes: A Makefile.win, usable with the Digitalmars make provided with DMD, is now included to make Soulfind easier to build under Windows (as well as some instructions in the doc/ directory).
Release Notes: This version introduces case-insensitivity for usernames (turned off by default). It can be compiled under Windows without code modification (but needs an sqlite3 library to compile and a DLL to run). There is also support for reloading of the configuration at runtime, and various bugfixes/minor improvements.
Release Notes: Passwords are not stored as plain text in the database anymore, but only as md5sums. The --daemon switch now allows Soulfind to fork into the background at startup, and man pages are provided for soulfind and soulsetup. Several bugs have been fixed, like the detection of homographs in usernames and room names, and admin commands crashing the server.
Release Notes: This version offers full support of the recommendations and privileges systems and adds configuration options like the MOTD, server username (for administration), or output verbosity. Usernames can no longer use non-printing Unicode characters (to prevent username "stealing"), and it is now possible to ban users, either directly from the server or using the soulsetup utility.
Release Notes: This version completely changes the way the configuration works : the configuration is now stored in the database (now at /var/db/soulfind/soulfind.db by default) along with the user info and the list of admins, and can be modified using the new soulsetup utility (or simply sqlite3). It also adds support for offline PMs (messages sent to a disconnected user are stored by the server and sent to him when he reconnects).
Release Notes: This version sees many bugfixes, with almost working privileges, basic support of recommendations, and a better build system.
Release Notes: This first release features fully functional searches (and transfers), rooms, and private messages.