Release Notes: This bugfix-only release doesn't contain new features, but fixes a few "glitches" in ngIRCd 21 which have been reported over the past few months.
Release Notes: A new help system documenting all supported IRC commands has been included, support for "server target masks" for a lot of commands has been enhanced, a new configuration variable "IncludeDir" that allows to split the server configuration across multiple files has been implemented, and support for SSL certificate fingerprints has been added.
Release Notes: A severe bug has been fixed that could crash the daemon when "NoticeAuth" was enabled.
Release Notes: A denial of service bug in the function handling KICK commands has been fixed, and hostname cloaking has been enhanced. Some error messages have been clarified, and the build system supports recent versions of GNU automake now.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release only. Some protocol problems have been fixed, as well as building ngIRCd on Cygwin.
Release Notes: Many new features: XOP user modes (channel halfop, channel admin, and the like) have been implemented. Hostname cloaking has been enhanced. New channel modes have been implemented. Client character set conversion has been added to the IRC+ protocol.
Release Notes: A new configuration option "CloakHostModeX" has been added, the IRC command "CAP" has been implemented, and a bug when asynchronously re-established server links has been fixed. Enhancements to the documentation were made, and other minor bugs have been fixed as well.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. All changes are cosmetic (typos in comments and log messages) or fixes to the build system; there have been no functional changes.
Release Notes: New user modes (R, C) and channel modes (r, R) have been implemented, the flood and abuse protection has been improved (for example, better limits for list replies), and support for Anope IRC services has been enhanced. In addition, exception lists (mode e) have been implemented and several IRC commands are more standards-compliant now. The IRC commands GLINE and KLINE have been implemented.
Release Notes: New configuration options to enhance the privacy of users, to cloak some information regarding users and hosts, and to scrub CTCP messages have been implemented. A new channel mode "O" (IRC Ops only) has been introduced. The ngircd.conf configuration file has been restructured. Many minor enhancements and fixes have been applied.