NeoStats provides unique services to IRC via loadable modules. It does not provide the traditional NickServ/ChanServ services, but instead provides services like "HostServ", which can automatically set a user's virtual host upon logging onto a IRC network, or "StatServ", which can provide detailed statistics about the network, individual servers, or channels, and produce an HTML page. It also includes a number of "Fun" services and services to assist IRC operators. Its API allows developers to extend it via C or Perl.
|Tags||Communications Chat IRC Internet|
Release Notes: This release fixes two issues with the Inspircd module that would cause it to Gline an entire network. Channel modes are now detected correctly. A few compilation errors relating to BSD platforms and perl detection were fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of NeoStats 3.0, which is a complete rewrite of NeoStats. This version includes a large amount of bugfixes over previous 3.0 alpha releases. Improvements over the old NeoStats 2.5 series include the ability to write or extend modules using Perl, many new enhanced modules, a simplified configure, build, and install process, DCC chat support, and Native Windows support, including full support for modules.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes and code cleanups were done. Several new modules were added, including quoteserv, textserv, and limitserv. This version introduces the ability to write modules in Perl rather than C, as well as the ability to extend the existing modules with Perl code. Internally, the code was fixed up to not be as resource intensive as previous versions. The module API was enhanced to make it easier for module coders to take advantage of the advanced features of NeoStats.
Release Notes: This version featured a complete re-write of the software from the ground up and supports additional features, including Win32. Several modules were ported to this version and a group of brand new modules were included.
Release Notes: This release fixed issues with newer compilers and errors in the Client CTCP Version statistics.