Release Notes: Small fixes and language optimizations.
Release Notes: This release added +J and +K channel modes, Linux epoll support, and a KNOCK command, and removed many useless, ancient features.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes and code cleanup. A fix in maskitem expiration. New channel modes +JK, joindelay, and noknock, and a new command KNOCK.
Release Notes: This release fixes oddities on sjoin parsing and channelmode handling. It adds a new option to the /SET command, enabling identd-complain on runtime or disabling it.
Release Notes: Problems with built-in printf, client exit routines, new kline behavior, and the accept commands were solved. Some smaller bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a major release of the pangaea series. It features support for POSIX threads, a built-in Web server, a built-in proxy scanner, a thread-based module loader, and support for regular expressions.
Release Notes: This version fixes a few problems in the K-line management and will be the last release of the 5.1 tree.
Release Notes: Several bugs causing memleaks and other bugs reported have been solved. This version introduces a small heavily-requested change, the ACCEPT command in combination with a usermode.
Release Notes: Bugs in the documentation and several other server-to-server communication problems were fixed. The split detection mechanism was rewritten. The usermode +P and /accept commands were added.
Release Notes: Unnecessary iphash code, which took a lot of memory after running the server for a long time, has been removed. A few bugs have been fixed.