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yChat is an experimental, XML-configurable, HTML template-driven, fast, very portable, multi-platform, multi-threaded Web-based chat server daemon which uses multiplexing sockets and supports ncurses and text-based administration interfaces. It supports MySQL databases and secure SSL connections using OpenSSL. It is compatible with almost all modern browsers that support frames and Javascript.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Nov 2005 22:13

    Release Notes: This release adds .pm detection to scripts/ It modifies the README (new CVS pserver address). All .cpp, .h, and .tmpl files now have a new source header using docs/header.txt as header skeleton. Some minor bugfixes were made.

    •  04 Aug 2005 04:20

      Release Notes: The versioning paragraph has been added to the README file. The scripts/ script also accepts "q" and "quit" as commands. Some improvements have been made in the configure scripts. Some default values have been changed in the src/glob.h file.

      •  27 Jun 2005 02:54

        Release Notes: This release only includes minor changes and bugfixes. The copyright has been switched to EXA Digital Solutions (yChat will remain open source). Some minor bugs have been fixed.

        •  20 Jun 2005 23:17

          Release Notes: The /gag and /ungag commands were added. Flood protection has been implemented. The Copyright has been changed to EXA Digital Solutions (it will remain open source). Some minor bugs have been fixed.

          •  27 May 2005 11:36

            Release Notes: OpenSSL support has been integrated. The HTTP parsing methods have been reviewed and improved. In addition, several smaller bugs were fixed.


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