Release Notes: This release brings major new features like dynamic color allocation, attributes for colors (bold/reverse/underline), improved scrolling in input, a list of buffers in filters, and a count of messages in hotlist. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release brings major new features like 256-color support, an IRC proxy, redirection of IRC commands, the new /notify command, the rmodifier plugin, regular expression for highlights, and sharing of the input line between buffers. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release brings new features like keys to undo/redo changes on the command line, a better lag indicator, the /wallchops IRC command, display of messages in IRC private buffers when the nick is back on a server after a /quit, reverse regex in a filter, hash tables in the plugin API, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version brings new features. New features were added, like SASL authentication with IRC servers, new commands /mute and /map, custom completion for aliases, and date format in log filenames. Autoloading of plugins was improved. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version fixes crashes with SSL connection and purge of old DCC chats.
Release Notes: This version brings new features. Options were added to customize CTCP replies and the target buffer for IRC messages. SSL certificates are now checked. CertFP was added for automatic identification on servers. Anti-flood measures were improved. New expansions were added for alias arguments. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This is a major release with many new features: externalization of IRC as a plugin, a new display engine (faster), NES plugins, a new plugin API, buffers with free content, dynamic filtering, smart join/part/quit filter, custom bars with custom items, buffer merging, group support in nicklist, and less CPU usage.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug with detection of the gnutls library.
Release Notes: This version fixes a charset decoding problem.
Release Notes: This version fixes one major bug, namely a crash with some special characters in IRC messages.