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1 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.40 (2021-??-??)
2 *
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4
5 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.39 (2021-08-14)
6 * `hidechans` and `hideidle` may now be set in `general::oper_only_umodes`
7 * OpenSSL 3.0 compatibility improvements
8 * Fixed crashing issue in the mkpasswd tool with older glibc
9 * Fixed issue where the ircd wouldn't listen on both IPv4 and IPv6 ports in
10 case only a port but no address has been specified in a listen {} block
11 * Fixed a `STATS P` displaying issue with compressed ipv6 loopback/inaddr_any
12 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JRNaC>
13
14
15 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.38 (2021-01-17)
16 * Backwards compatibility mode for ircd-hybrid 8.2.22 and below has been removed
17 * Minimum supported version of the Anope IRC services is now 2.0.8
18 * Fixed displaying issue with channel `MODE` messages
19 * Characters valid for user names (ident) for local clients are now `[A-Za-z0-9._-]`.
20 Special characters like ``}|{`^]\[$``, that were allowed previously, are no longer
21 valid. Also user names may not begin with `.`, `_`, or `-`.
22 * The `general::dots_in_ident` configuration directive has been renamed to
23 `general::specials_in_ident` and now covers the `-` and `_` characters in
24 addition to `.`
25 * Fixed issue with clients connected from IPv6 localhost that, depending on the
26 system's `getaddrinfo` implementation, could lead to a crash of remote servers
27 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/Jts3u>
28
29
30 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.37 (2020-12-26)
31 * Implemented IRCv3 `CAP 302`
32 * Implemented IRCv3 `cap-notify` capability
33 * In case a client sends multiple `PASS` messages, ircd only accepts the password
34 sent in the first `PASS` message instead of the last one
35 * Missing help file for `MONITOR` has been added
36 * Fixed slightly off memory count for motds in `STATS z`
37 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JtkgJ>
38
39
40 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.36 (2020-12-04)
41 * The old WATCH implementation has been replaced with IRCv3.2 MONITOR. For this,
42 the `general::max_watch` configuration directive has been renamed to
43 `general::max_monitor`.
44 * User mode `B` has been implemented. Clients with that mode set are marked as a
45 bot in both `WHOIS` and `WHO`. This mode can only be set by IRC operators (as
46 long as the `bot` directive is set in `general::oper_only_umodes`), servers,
47 and services.
48 This mode can for example be used to mark HOPM as official network bot.
49 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JLMnJ>
50
51
52 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.35 (2020-11-14)
53 * Fixed issue where servers could propagate truncated ban masks during net-join
54 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JIUa6>
55
56
57 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.34 (2020-11-01)
58 * Re-implement backwards compatibility mode for old ircd-hybrid 8.2.23 and below.
59 Final removal is scheduled for early 2021.
60 * For consistency, the `general::network_desc` configuration directive has been
61 renamed to `general::network_description`
62 * Server notices that previously have been sent to user modes +f and +u are now
63 sent to user mode +j (reject notices) instead. Due to this change, `unauth` and
64 `full` have been removed from `general::oper_only_umodes`, `general::oper_umodes`,
65 and `operator::umodes`.
66 * User mode +b (bots) has been replaced with +f (flood). Spam/flood notices are now
67 sent to this user mode. For this, `bots` has been removed from
68 `general::oper_only_umodes`, `general::oper_umodes`, and `operator::umodes`.
69 `flood` has been added instead to these configuration directives.
70 * Stricten server/user ID validation. IDs have to be all uppercase everywhere now.
71 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JkeID>
72
73
74 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.33 (2020-09-07)
75 * Added `client` option to `listener::flags`
76 * Added `defer` option to `listener::flags`
77 * IRC operators may now use CIDR notation in `WHO`
78 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTftW>
79
80
81 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.32 (2020-08-16)
82 * `RESV` couldn't be issued in case no reason has been supplied. This has been fixed.
83 * Fixed possible `RPL_WHOISCHANNELS` line truncation of remote replies
84 * Extban $t of type `matching` has been implemented. This extban allows matching
85 based on TLS protocol version and/or cipher suite
86 * Implemented channel mode `K`. `KNOCK` cannot be used on channels with that mode set
87 * `STATS ?` is now oper-only
88 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JUZa1>
89
90
91 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.31 (2020-05-03)
92 * macOS compatibility fixes
93 * Removed `spoof_notice` from `auth::flags`. With vhosts now this notice doesn't make
94 much sense anymore
95 * Fixed issue where ban masks might become malformed if set by remote clients/servers
96 * Fixed issue with channel mode +c where high ascii characters can be erroneously
97 detected as control characters
98 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JUZa6>
99
100
101 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.30 (2020-03-01)
102 * `QUOTE HELP extban` didn't work because the extban help file hasn't been
103 installed properly during `make install`
104 * Fixed broken libcrypto detection which caused the ircd not to work with
105 OpenSSL under certain circumstances
106 * Extban $n of type `acting` has been implemented. This extban prevents
107 matching users from changing their nick while in the channel. Users
108 with voice or above are not affected.
109 * Channel mode +N has been changed so channel members with +v can change
110 their nick name as well
111 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JfOyF>
112
113
114 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.29 (2020-02-19)
115 * Extbans have been implemented. Currently supported extbans:
116
117 Matching:
118
119 * `$a:<account>` Matches users logged into a matching account.
120 * `$c:<channel>` Matches users that are on the given channel. An additional
121 prefix of either @, %, or + can be specified to test for
122 certain channel privileges.
123 * `$o:<class>` Matches IRC operators that have joined a class
124 matching the mask.
125 * `$r:<realname>` Matches users with a matching realname.
126 * `$s:<server>` Matches users that are connected to a server matching the mask.
127 * `$u:<modes>` Matches users having the specified user modes set or not set.
128 * `$z:<certfp>` Matches users having the given TLS certificate fingerprint.
129
130 Acting:
131
132 * `$j:<banmask>` Prevents matching users from joining the channel.
133 * `$m:<banmask>` Blocks messages from matching users. Users with voice
134 or above are not affected.
135
136 For more details, see `help/extban`.
137 * Added `channel::enable_extbans` configuration option. See `doc/reference.conf`
138 for more information.
139 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JvgAL>
140
141
142 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.28 (2020-01-26)
143 * Fixed issue with topics set by `TBURST` not being propagated properly to clients
144 * Allow IRC operators to search for real hosts in `WHO`
145 * Ban/exempt/invex masks are now also tested against realhosts to prevent clients
146 from bypassing channel bans by activating a fakehost
147 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/Jv37M>
148
149
150 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.27 (2020-01-22)
151 * Experimental support for wolfSSL has been implemented. Minimum supported version is 4.3.0
152 * The `--enable-openssl`, `--enable-gnutls` switches, and their disabling counterparts
153 `--disable-openssl` and `--disable-gnutls`, have been replaced with the `--with-tls`
154 switch which takes one of the following options: `openssl`, `wolfssl`, `gnutls`,
155 and `none`.
156 If nothing has been specified, configure tries to autodetect in the following order:
157 OpenSSL/LibreSSL -> GnuTLS -> wolfSSL.
158 * Fixed segfault with GnuTLS/libgmp in case there's no DH parameters file
159 defined in `serverinfo::ssl_dh_param_file` or if that file is missing
160 * The connection timeout for connect {} blocks can now be configured via
161 the `connect::timeout` configuration directive
162 * Minimum supported OpenSSL version is 1.1.1 now
163 * Minimum supported GnuTLS version is 3.6.5 now
164 * Supported TLSv1.3 cipher suites can now be configured explicitely via the
165 new `serverinfo::tls_cipher_suites` configuration directive
166 * In the serverinfo {} block, the following configuration directives have been renamed:
167 `ssl_certificate_file` -> `tls_certificate_file`
168 `ssl_dh_param_file` -> `tls_dh_param_file`
169 `ssl_dh_elliptic_curve` -> `tls_supported_groups`
170 `ssl_cipher_list` -> `tls_cipher_list`
171 `ssl_message_digest_algorithm` -> `tls_message_digest_algorithm`
172 * In the operator {} block, the following configuration directives have been renamed:
173 `ssl_certificate_fingerprint -> `tls_certificate_fingerprint`
174 `ssl_connection_required -> `tls_connection_required`
175 * In the connect {} block, the following configuration directives have been renamed:
176 `ssl_cipher_list -> `tls_cipher_list`
177 `ssl_certificate_fingerprint -> `tls_certificate_fingerprint`
178 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/Jvq9g>
179
180
181 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.26 (2019-05-31)
182 * The `general::tkline_expire_notices` configuration directive has been
183 replaced with user mode `X`. *LINE expiration notices are sent to IRC
184 operators with that mode set
185 * Fixed issue with `/rehash conf` creating duplicated class entries
186 instead of updating existing ones that are already in use
187 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjEbq>
188
189
190 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.25 (2019-04-24)
191 * The `class::number_per_ip`, `class::max_local` and `class::max_global`
192 configuration directives have been replaced with just `class::number_per_ip_local`
193 and `class::number_per_ip_global`. The `class::max_local` basically was
194 redundant as it had the same functionality as `class::number_per_ip`
195 * Adding RESVs with wildcards no longer requires administrator privileges
196 * The `general::ignore_bogus_ts` configuration option has been deprecated
197 * TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.0 are no longer supported and have been disabled in
198 the OpenSSL and GnuTLS module
199 * Minimum supported OpenSSL version is 1.0.1f now
200 * Minimum supported GnuTLS version is 3.5.8 now
201 * The `serverinfo::vhost` and `serverinfo:vhost6` configuration directives have
202 been deprecated. If you need to bind a specific address you can specify one
203 in the connect {} block
204 * The `connect::vhost` configuration directive has been renamed to `connect::bind`
205 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVk>
206
207
208 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.24 (2018-04-05)
209 * Added `STATS s` to show configured pseudo {} blocks
210 * Implemented channel mode `N` which prevents users from changing their
211 nick while in a channel with that mode set
212 * Services clients are now shown with `is a Network Service` in `WHOIS`
213 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVt>
214
215
216 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.23 (2018-03-26)
217 * IRC operators are now able to see a user's resolved hostname in `WHOWAS`,
218 and `WHOIS` even if the user has a fakehost/vhost
219 * `RPL_WELCOME` now does use the rfc2812 style nick!user@host format
220 * Removed rudimentary libgeoip support
221 * Added `--enable-efence` switch to allow easy linking with the
222 electric fence memory debugger library
223 * `JOIN 0` is no longer supported
224 * Fixed bug where ircd would not remove `RPL_WHOISOPERATOR` based svstags
225 when deoppering
226 * Fixed `unknown closes` statistic in `STATS t` showing invalid values sometimes
227 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVq>
228
229
230 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.22 (2017-03-26)
231 * Implemented channel mode `L`. Channels with that mode set can make use of an
232 extended ban list size specified with the new `channel::max_bans_large`
233 configuraton option. This mode can be set only by IRC operators or servers.
234 * Implemented channel mode `u` which hides bmask (+b/+e/+I) lists and mode changes
235 to non-chanops everywhere
236 * Fixed an issue with `TRACE` where remote servers would reply with `RPL_TRACEUSER`
237 numerics containing UIDs
238 * `STATS z` now shows simple memory stats of servers linked to the network
239 * Added support for remote `ETRACE`
240 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVO>
241
242
243 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.21 (2016-11-27)
244 * The `general::default_floodtime` configuration option has been added
245 along with the `SET FLOODTIME` command. These allow to fine-tune the
246 message throttling better
247 * Fixed an issue with `INVITE` not showing the list of channels the
248 sender is invited to
249 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVG>
250
251
252 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.20 (2016-11-05)
253 * `INFO` now shows GnuTLS/OpenSSL library/header versions
254 * Added `channel::max_invites` configuration option. See `doc/reference.conf`
255 for more information.
256 * `INVITE` expirations have been implemented. Expire time can be adjusted with
257 the `channel::invite_expire_time` configuration directive
258 * `WHOIS` notices to IRC operators have been re-added. User mode +y is required
259 to see them
260 * The maximum line length for motd files has been increased to 320 bytes to
261 support multibyte encodings better
262 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVZ>
263
264
265 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.19 (2016-08-21)
266 * Fixed a possible server name leak in `WHO` with server hiding enabled
267 * `WHO` now allows IRC operators to search by IP address
268 * Admins no longer can see IP addresses in `STATS P` with
269 `serverhide::hide_server_ips` enabled
270 * User mode `n` now shows nick name changes from remote clients, too
271 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRVC>
272
273
274 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.18 (2016-06-22)
275 * Fixed an assert when a client sends invalid `LIST` options
276 * Fixed invalid memory stats of channel invites in `STATS z`
277 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRSx>
278
279
280 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.17 (2016-04-21)
281 * Fixed core on `REHASH CONF` with `general::whowas_history_length`
282 set to 0
283 * Fixed possible core on `INVITE` with `channel::max_channels` set to 0
284 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRSp>
285
286
287 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.16 (2016-03-20)
288 * Added `general::whowas_history_length` configuration option which
289 allows to define the maximum length of the `WHOWAS` nickname history
290 * Services are now allowed to override `general::min_nonwildcard`,
291 and `general::min_nonwildcard_simple` settings
292 * Minor updates to help files
293 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjRSj>
294
295
296 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.15 (2016-02-24)
297 * Added proper support for Raspbian/ARM. Gracias to Beave/2600.net
298 for providing a box for testing purposes.
299 * Fixed an assert with empty `user = ""` directives in auth {} blocks
300 * `STATS z` now shows allocated listeners
301 * Fixed bug where `can_flood` auth {} flags did not work on channels
302 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjR9v>
303
304
305 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.14 (2016-02-09)
306 * Fixed server clustering
307 * Major cleanups to the configuration subsystem
308 * Improvements to libGeoIP support:
309 - Works now with IPv6 addresses
310 - Added `libgeoip_database_options`, `libgeoip_ipv4_database_file`,
311 and `libgeoip_ipv6_database_file` configuration directives to the
312 serverinfo {} block
313 * Further improvements to GnuTLS support
314 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjR9f>
315
316
317 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.13 (2016-02-02)
318 * Implemented support for GnuTLS. Currently ./configure's autodetection
319 intentionally prefers OpenSSL over GnuTLS, so OpenSSL detection needs
320 to be disabled explicitely by using the `--disable-openssl` switch.
321 * Minimum supported GnuTLS version is 3.3.8 now
322 * Minimum supported OpenSSL version is 1.0.1d now
323 * Added support for remote `REHASH`: `REHASH <server> <option>`
324 * Added `rehash:remote` IRC operator privilege flag
325 * Added `rehash` type to shared {} blocks
326 * Fixed minor memory leak with shared {} and cluster {} blocks
327 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/fjR9J>
328
329
330 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.12 (2016-01-05)
331 * **IMPORTANT:** Character case mapping is `ascii` now. It is recommended
332 to update all servers on the network to prevent possible channel
333 desynchronizations and nick name collision kills
334 * Added channel mode `T` which forbids `NOTICE` to be sent to a channel
335 * Fixed minor `SVSTAG` memory leak
336 * Fixed broken `PART` message blocking mechanism
337 * ircd now makes use of up to 8 name servers that are specified in
338 `/etc/resolv.conf`
339 * The `-klinefile`, `-dlinefile`, etc. switches didn't work at all
340 * Fixed possible core on ident lookups if ircd is out of file descriptors
341 * Far client exit notices (+F) now show IP addresses, too
342 * Made idle time look nicer in `STATS v|p` by using a formatted time string
343 * `general::ts_warn_delta`, and `general::ts_max_delta` can be set to 0 now
344 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JvLtj>
345
346
347 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.11 (2015-11-19)
348 * Implemented IRCv3.2 `invite-notify` extension
349 * Implemented IRCv3.2 `chghost` extension
350 * Added `channel::invite_delay_channel` configuration option
351 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JvLqe>
352
353
354 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.10 (2015-11-06)
355 * **IMPORTANT:** renamed `serverhide::links_delay` configuration directive
356 to `serverhide::flatten_links_delay`
357 * Added `serverhide::flatten_links_file` configuration option
358 * Fixed bug where changing `serverhide::flatten_links_delay` on runtime
359 would not have any effect
360 * mkpasswd (tools): fixed broken bcrypt support on *BSD in conjunction with
361 the `-s` and `-l` switches. Dropped MD5, DES and Extended DES support.
362 * Removed `CHALLENGE` in favor of ssl certificate fingerprint enabled
363 operator {} blocks
364 * RSA keys with less than 2048 bits are no longer supported; same applies
365 to the DH param file
366 * Added missing IRC operator privilege flags to `STATS o`. For a full list
367 of flags see `doc/reference.conf`
368 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JvLqJ>
369
370
371 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.9 (2015-09-13)
372 * **IMPORTANT:** database files and links.txt are now stored in `/var/lib`
373 instead of `/etc`, so make sure to move your k/d/x-line database files
374 to the new path before (re)starting the ircd
375 * **IMPORTANT:** the splitmode logic has been removed along with the
376 following channel {} block configuration directives:
377 `default_split_user_count`, `default_split_server_count`,
378 `no_create_on_split`, `no_join_on_split`
379 * Added `xline_exempt` to auth {} block flags
380 * `serverinfo::sid` is now optional. A unique SID is now automatically
381 generated based on the server's name and description
382 * Various fixes to the mkpasswd tool
383 * If supported by the compiler, ircd-hybrid now compiles with
384 `-fstack-protector-strong` instead of `-fstack-protector`
385 * Services can now add RESVs (SQLINEs) that have wildcards in it
386 * Channel name RESVs are now sanity checked for too broad masks
387 * `class::connectfreq` now works properly with values lower than 300 seconds
388 * Implemented IRCv3.1 `account-notify` extension
389 * The `general::oper_pass_resv` configuration directive has been deprecated
390 in favor of the new `join:resv`, and `nick:resv` IRC operator flags.
391 See `doc/reference.conf` for more information.
392 * Added `resv`, and `unresv` IRC operator flags. Previously, all
393 IRC operators were allowed to `RESV` and `UNRESV`, regardless of configured
394 privileges.
395 * Added `close` to IRC operator flags
396 * ircd is using ISO 8601 date and time notation in most places now
397 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JvLqI>
398
399
400 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.8 (2015-05-10)
401 * ircd now rejects remote k-line requests for user@host mask that don't
402 have at least `general::min_nonwildcard` non-wildcard characters in it
403 * Configuration related server notices are now sent to admins only as
404 they potentially could leak passwords and other sensitive data to IRC
405 operators that don't have administrator privileges
406 * The `GLINE`/`GUNGLINE` commands have been removed. `KLINE` in conjunction
407 with cluster {} and/or shared {} blocks is now the recommended
408 way to add global user@host mask based server bans
409 * Added `dline_min_cidr`, `dline_min_cidr6`, `kline_min_cidr`, and
410 `kline_min_cidr6` configuration options to the general {} block
411 * Fixed bug where a `REHASH` would clear all X-Lines and RESVs that have
412 been set with the `XLINE`/`RESV commands`
413 * Fixed broken temporary remote XLINEs
414 * The `general::havent_read_conf` configuration directive has been removed
415 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JvLqq>
416
417
418 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.7 (2015-04-05)
419 * Fixed a potential buffer overflow with the `BMASK` inter-server command
420 * Fixed undefined behavior in the `HELP` command module which could
421 lead to stack corruption
422 * Removed useless help files for inter-server commands
423 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JfOyA>
424
425
426 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.6 (2015-03-29)
427 * `INFO` now shows configured values of `max_watch` and `stats_m_oper_only`
428 * `WHOWAS` now shows IP addresses to IRC operators
429 * Fixed bug that would allow remote clients to bypass the hard
430 limit of max `WHOWAS` entries to be returned
431 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTTuf>
432
433
434 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.5 (2015-02-24)
435 * Fixed core on Mac OSX 10.10 and possibly some other systems when parsing
436 the `ircd.conf` with configured pseudo {} blocks
437 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTTuI>
438
439
440 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.4 (2015-02-17)
441 * Added `SVSTAG` command which services may use to add tags to users which can
442 be seen in `WHOIS`
443 * Added `oper::whois` configuration option which allows to override the default
444 `RPL_WHOISOPERATOR` numeric string shown in `WHOIS`
445 * IRC operators may now use +O on a channel even if they are only a half-op
446 * Fixed bug where `TOPIC` messages were not n!u@h prefixed in case of `TBURST`
447 issued by services clients
448 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTTut>
449
450
451 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.3 (2015-02-11)
452 * **IMPORTANT:** the following configuration directives have been renamed:
453 `max_clients` -> `default_max_clients`
454 `join_flood_count` -> `default_join_flood_count`
455 `join_flood_time` -> `default_join_flood_time`
456 * Fixed bug where `REHASH` would always reset the `MAX`, `JFLOODTIME`, and
457 `JFLOODCOUNT` values that have been changed from within IRC via the `SET`
458 command
459 * Added channel mode `C` which prevents users from sending CTCPs to a channel
460 * Fixes to the `NOTICE`/`PRIVMSG` anti-flood logic
461 * Allow to disable the `NOTICE`/`PRIVMSG` anti-flood mechanism by setting the
462 `general::default_floodcount` configuration option to 0
463 * Updated some help files
464 * IRC operators may now see certificate fingerprints, user modes and hidden
465 channels via `WHOIS` as well. This used to be admin only.
466 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTQP3>
467
468
469 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.2 (2015-01-20)
470 * Implemented IRCv3.1 `extended-join` extension
471 * Channel half-ops can now use `INVITE` as well
472 * Fixed broken `make install -jX`
473 * `m_opme.c` has been added to `modules/extra`. Can be used on opless channels only.
474 * Added `opme` to IRC operator flags
475 * Updated several help files
476 * The `general::hide_spoof_ips` configuration option has been deprecated
477 * The `general::true_no_oper_flood` configuration option has been deprecated.
478 IRC operators still can have higher `flood` limits with `no_oper_flood = yes;`
479 hoewever, they are no longer allowed to bypass RecvQ limits.
480 * Added `general::stats_m_oper_only` configuration option
481 * Remote client connection notices (user mode +F) now do show IP addresses, too
482 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTQPG>
483
484
485 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.1 (2014-10-21)
486 * Fixed bug where `UNDLINE remote.server IP` did not work as expected
487 * Servers are now allowed to add/remove K-/D-/X-lines and RESVs
488 * User mode +G now no longer allows to override +g
489 * Due to potential weakness, TLS session caching and session tickets
490 have been disabled
491 * Minor improvements to TS6 implementation
492 * `WHOWAS` now shows the name of the services account a user was logged in
493 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTQP8>
494
495
496 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0 (2014-08-24)
497 * Successful IRC operator logins are now announced globally via `GLOBOPS`
498 * Cleanups and improvements to the resolver code
499 * Cleanups and improvements to the `poll` I/O event notification support
500 * A topic mask can now be specified within the `LIST` options
501 * All users may now see channel modes in the `LIST` reply
502 * Fixed bug where `NOTICE +#somechan` did allow bypassing resv {} channels,
503 or channels that are set +c (no control codes)
504 * pseudo {} blocks also known as service aliases have been implemented.
505 See `doc/reference.conf` for more information.
506 * Removed `general::services_name` configuration option. This is now no
507 longer needed.
508 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JTQPR>
509
510
511 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0rc2 (2014-08-03)
512 * Improved AWAY throttling to allow for better fine-tuning. See the
513 newly added `away_count` and `away_time` configuration directives
514 in the general {} block
515 * Support for the `select` I/O event notification has been dropped
516 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JkeIF>
517
518
519 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0rc1 (2014-07-20)
520 * Miscellaneous code cleanups and stabilization fixes
521 * `./configure` now requires OpenSSL 0.9.8o or above in order
522 to enable TLS/SSL support
523 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JkeLI>
524
525
526 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0beta4 (2014-07-06)
527 * **IMPORTANT:** channel halfops are now an integral part of ircd-hybrid
528 and can't be disabled anymore
529 * Added flood control for the `INVITE` command. See channel {} block in `reference.conf`
530 * Changed flood control logic for the `KNOCK` command. See channel {} block in `reference.conf`
531 * `INVITE` without any parameters now shows a list of channels a client is invited to
532 * The `OPERWALL` command has been removed. Use `GLOBOPS` instead
533 * Added `max_channels` to class {} blocks
534 * Added `throttle_count` configuration option to the general {} block
535 * Added `ssl_message_digest_algorithm` configuration option to serverinfo {} block.
536 See `doc/reference.conf` for more information.
537 * Added support for Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH). Also an elliptic curve can be
538 specified via the `serverinfo::ssl_dh_elliptic_curve` configuration option.
539 * Removed `ssl_server_method` and `ssl_client_method` configuration options.
540 ircd now only allows TLSv1, TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 protocols depending
541 on the OpenSSL version. SSLv3 is no longer supported.
542 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JkeLO>
543
544
545 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0beta3 (2014-05-26)
546 * Code cleanups/performance improvements
547 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JkeLW>
548
549
550 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0beta2 (2014-05-15)
551 * **IMPORTANT:** renamed `general::warn_no_nline` configuration directive to
552 `general::warn_no_connect_block`
553 * Fixed bug with `WHOIS` not showing a list of channel names as expected
554 * Added user mode +q which hides idle and signon time in `WHOIS`
555 * Added user mode +p which hides channel list in `WHOIS`
556 * For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JkeLB>
557
558
559 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.0beta1 (2014-04-29)
560 * TS6 is now mandatory. ircd is no longer backwards compatible with TS5
561 and below.
562 * `SVSJOIN` and `SVSPART` commands have been added
563 * Major code cleanups and refactoring. Improved overall performance
564 * `INFO` now also reports `MPATH` (path to main motd (Message of the Day) file)
565 and `SPATH` (Path to server executable)
566 * Updated several help files
567
568
569 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.20 (2014-07-20)
570 * Fixed `XLINE` not working as expected
571 * Fixed build with LibreSSL which hasn't compression support
572 * Miscellaneous stabilization and cosmetical fixes
573 * EGD support has been dropped
574
575
576 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.19 (2014-07-05)
577 * Fixed `EOB` logic for remote servers
578 * Fixed bug where IRC operators that have the +g/+G/+R umodes set won't receive
579 server notices for remote CONNECT/KLINE/DLINE/XLINE/RESV attempts
580 * Sending messages to user@server to local targets is now no longer possible,
581 as this was an easy way to bypass +R/+G/+g user modes.
582 * Fixed splicode logic so `SPLITNUM` now works as expected
583 * Fixed `UNDLINE` not to require the IP address to be prepended with *@
584
585
586 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.18 (2014-06-09)
587 * Fixed `CAP` issue for certain clients
588 * Fixed bug where `STATS p` would show an invalid amount of IRC operators
589 in case there are any +H opers
590 * IRC operators may now no longer set a channel +O if they are only halfops (%)
591 * Channel halfops (%) may now no longer (de)halfop other channel members
592 * Channel halfops (%) may now no longer `KICK` other channel halfops
593 * Fixed compile warnings; code cleanups
594 * Fixed bug where the configuration parser wouldn't truncate the network name
595 if `general::network_name` contains spaces
596
597
598 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.17 (2014-05-01)
599 * Fixed possible `WATCH` core
600 * Fixed bug where the configuration parser wouldn't take time units
601 into consideration for the `join_flood_time` and `throttle_time`
602 configuration options
603 * Minor `LIST` optimization
604
605
606 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.16 (2014-04-20)
607 * Fixed undefined behaviour with `crypt` returning `NULL`
608 since glibc2.17 in certain cases
609 * Admins may now see all channel members via `WHO #channel`
610 regardless of channel mode +s
611 * Fixed corrupted `STATS U` output
612
613
614 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.15 (2014-03-29)
615 * **IMPORTANT:** ircd binary is now again placed into `bin/` instead of `sbin/`
616 * mkpasswd in tools/ now defaults to MD5 instead of DES
617 * The `USERS` command has been removed
618 * Fixed issue with `SVSNICK` where clients self-collided when changing
619 just the case of the nick name, i.e. somenick -> SomeNicK
620
621
622 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.14 (2014-02-25)
623 * WHOWAS now honors `serverhide::disable_remote_commands`
624 * Improved TS6 inter-server communication
625 * Added `unxline` IRC operator flag
626 * Implemented IRCv3.2 `userhost-in-names` extension
627 * ircd now allows private RSA keys larger than 2048 bits
628 * Fixed bug where signals stopped from working after restarting
629 the ircd via SIGINT
630 * Fixed bug where certain irc clients could not reconnect via TLS/SSL
631 * Fixed long-standing bug where +p channels have been shown
632 in the `WHOIS` reply
633
634
635 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.13 (2014-01-07)
636 * Fixed `EOB` not working for remote servers (resulted in fake direction notices)
637 * Fixed remote client connection notices for servers that are
638 more than one hop away
639 * Fixed bug where the ircd didn't timeout SSL connections that
640 haven't finished the SSL handshake
641 * Fixed several bugs with server hiding
642 * Updated/fixed help files
643 * `WHOIS` no longer sends a notice to +y operators
644
645
646 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.12 (2013-12-22)
647 * `RPL_WHOISMODES` now uses the 379 numeric
648 * Serial number is now shown on start up
649 * Fixed possible channel mode desynch with services
650 * Fixed TS6 support with `LOCOPS`
651 * Minor code cleanups
652 * Fixed file descriptor leak with empty help files
653 * Fixed issue with `WEBIRC` where hostnames were not validated
654
655
656 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.11 (2013-12-06)
657 * Administrators may now see channel modes in `LIST`
658 * Fixed compile error on BSD systems when building with `kqueue`
659
660
661 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.10 (2013-11-25)
662 * Fixed bug with `kqueue` where it occasionally dropped updates
663 * Changed `WHOIS` to show certificate fingerprint to administrators only
664 * The `WHO` reply now shows if a nickname has been registered
665 with NickServ. (`r` status flag)
666 * Fixed some flaws with server hiding
667 * Fixed bug where `STATS P` would leak ip addresses to remotely connected
668 administrators, even if `serverhide::hide_server_ips` was set to `yes`
669 * Added `SVSKILL` command
670
671
672 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.9 (2013-11-08)
673 * Added user mode +W. Users connected via a webirc gateway get this
674 mode set by servers.
675 * `WHOIS` now shows if a client is connected via a webirc gateway
676 * Administrators may now see +s channels a user is in with `WHOIS`.
677 Secret channels are prepended with a tilde in the `WHOIS` reply.
678 * Administrators are now able to see all the user modes a user has
679 set via `WHOIS`
680
681
682 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.8 (2013-10-25)
683 * Fixed bug that could lead to a desynchronized nick database
684 throughout the entire network if using services enforced
685 nick names (`SVSNICK`)
686 * Cleaned up/modernized build system
687 * Add `-fstack-protector` to `CFLAGS` if available. Basically checks for
688 buffer overflows/stack-smashing attacks
689 * When using anope 1.9/2.0 services, `WHOIS` now shows the account name
690 of a registered/identified client (numeric 330)
691 * Administrators can now see +s channels in the `LIST` reply
692
693
694 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.7 (2013-08-18)
695 * Fixed issue with channel mode +n having no functionality at all
696 * Fixed SSL certificate fingerprint validation for outgoing server connects
697 * Updated several documentation files
698
699
700 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.6 (2013-08-02)
701 * Fixed possible core with empty motd files
702
703
704 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.5 (2013-07-16)
705 * Fixed bug that would prevent servers from linking together
706 if `connect::aftype` isn't set
707
708
709 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.4 (2013-07-05)
710 * Added `xline` and `resv` logging types. See `doc/reference.conf`
711 for more information
712 * Fixed bug where remote `STATS` requests were not rate limited
713 * Fixed core with empty `auth::spoof` entries
714 * Increased oper/auth/connect password length limit from 20 to 128
715 * Minor fixes to nickflood control code
716
717
718 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.3 (2013-06-23)
719 * Fixed possible core on `STATS z`
720 * Revised `doc/reference.conf`
721 * Fixed broken `--disable-libgeoip` switch
722
723
724 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.2 (2013-06-20)
725 * Added `general::cycle_on_host_change` configuration option
726 * Added `general::stats_u_oper_only` configuration option
727 * Added support for SHA-256 ssl certificate fingerprint based operator {}
728 and connect {} blocks.
729 In conjunction with Anope 1.9/2.0 IRC-services, clients are now also able
730 to automatically identify for their nick with ssl certificate
731 fingerprints
732 * Added `operator::ssl_connection_required` configuration option. See
733 `doc/reference.conf` for more information
734 * Added user mode +S (client is connected via SSL/TLS). Allows services
735 to keep track of what users are connected via SSL, and allows to see
736 ssl-status of remote clients in a `WHOIS`
737 * Fixed a server name leak with server hiding enabled
738
739
740 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.1 (2013-06-06)
741 * **IMPORTANT:** moved `disable_remote_command` configuration directive from
742 general {} block to serverhide {} block
743 * Minor code cleanups/performance improvements
744 * Fixed bug where IRC operators could see `LOCOPS` messages even if they don't
745 have the +l mode set
746 * Fixed bug where non-SSL clients could join +S channels on non-SSL servers
747 * Implemented motd {} configuration blocks. See `doc/reference.conf` for more
748 information
749 * `STATS T` shows configured MOTD files
750
751
752 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0 (2013-05-23)
753 * Minor code cleanups/performance improvements
754
755
756 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0rc1 (2013-05-19)
757 * Fixed broken spoofs
758
759
760 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0beta5 (2013-05-15)
761 * Removed `remote`, and `global_kill` oper flags, and added `connect`,
762 `squit`, and `kill` flags for better fine-tuning instead. Whether or
763 not a specific action is allowed on a remote server can be controlled
764 by appending the `:remote` flag. For example: `kill` allows only local
765 clients to be killed, whereas `kill:remote` allows to issue a `KILL` for
766 remote clients
767 * Added `locops` and `wallops` to IRC operator flags
768 * Improve/cleanup `HELP` system
769
770
771 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0beta4 (2013-05-09)
772 * Implemented channel mode +M. Clients that haven't identified their
773 name with NickServ may not speak in a channel that has this mode set
774 * Fixed weird idletimes shown in `TRACE`
775 * Added `nononreg` (+R) to `general::oper_umodes`
776 * Added user mode +F (can see remote client connect/exit notices)
777
778
779 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0beta3 (2013-05-05)
780 * PCRE support has been dropped
781 * `STATS o` now shows how many times an operator {} block has been used.
782 Similar to `STATS x|q`
783 * Implemented channel mode +c. Known from other ircds, this mode basically
784 prevents users from sending messages including control codes to a channel
785 that has this mode set
786 * Fixed bug where bans were not checked against non-channel members when
787 sending messages to a channel
788 * Removed `channel::quiet_on_ban` configuration option. This feature is
789 now enabled by default
790
791
792 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0beta2 (2013-04-28)
793 * Fixed broken compile with libGeoIP disabled
794 * Code cleanups; working towards stabilization and improved performance
795 * Removed oper flag `nick_changes`. IRC operators can now set +n at will
796 * Fixed shared {} blocks not working as expected
797 * Fixed spoofs not working as expected
798
799
800 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.1.0beta1 (2013-04-25)
801 * **IMPORTANT:** name/channel entries can't be stacked any longer within a
802 single resv {} block. Each entry now requires its own resv {} block.
803 Read `doc/reference.conf` for more details
804 * Added `resv::exempt` configuration option. Exempt can be either a
805 ISO 3166 alpha-2 two letter country code, or a nick!user@host mask.
806 CIDR is supported
807 * Removed `channel::restrict_channels` configuration option
808 * Preliminary libGeoIP support. Currently only used for exempt entries
809 in resv {} blocks
810 * Improved WEBIRC authentication; added `webirc` to `auth::flags`.
811 A `webirc.` spoof is now no longer required
812 * Implemented new memory pool allocator which basically is based upon Tor's
813 mempool allocator for Tor cells
814 * Implemented new binary database storage for X-, D-, K-, G-Lines and RESVs.
815 Temporary bans are now stored as well and will persist after a reboot
816 * Channel based resv {} blocks may now contain wildcards
817 * NICK/JOIN now shows the actual reason of reserved nick-/channelnames
818 * contrib/ and its content has been enirely removed from the tree
819 * Added `serverhide::hide_services` configuration option
820 * Added `nononreg` (+R) to `oper::umodes` and `general::oper_only_modes`
821 * Implemented IRCv3.1 `away-notify` extension
822
823
824 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.9 (2013-05-16)
825 * Fixed bug where ircd would sometimes drop a services link because
826 of a missing argument to the `SVSMODE` command
827 * Fixed weird idletimes shown in `TRACE`
828
829
830 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.8 (2013-04-28)
831 * `STATS s` now shows configured services {} blocks as well
832 * Fixed compile warnings, minor code cleanups and optimizations
833 * Increased nickname history length to 32768
834 * Unidentified/unregistered nicks may not speak in +R channels
835
836
837 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.7 (2013-04-12)
838 * Services may now set a channel topic without joining the channel first
839 * Fixed bug where `WHOIS` would send empty sockhost information on TS5 servers
840 * Remote server connection and split notices now go to new user mode +e.
841 These previously used user mode +x.
842 * Services may now change the host of a specific user
843 via `SVSMODE <timestamp> <target> +x <hostname>`
844
845
846 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.6 (2013-01-28)
847 * Fix bug where idle time sometimes is 0 even if the client didn't
848 send any private message
849 * Fixed possible core in `try_parse_v4_netmask`
850
851
852 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.5 (2013-01-24)
853 * **IMPORTANT:** nick and topic lengths are now configurable via `ircd.conf`.
854 A `max_nick_length`, as well as a `max_topic_length` configuration option
855 can now be found in the serverinfo {} block
856 * Fixed build on GNU/Hurd
857 * Fixed log files not getting reopened after `REHASH`
858 * Improved logging of configuration file issues
859 * `ircd.pid` has been accidentally saved in `/var` instead of `/var/run`
860 * Linux RT signal support for notification of socket events has been dropped
861 * Fixed `STATS Y|y` sometimes sending weird sendq/recvq values
862 * `INFO` now also shows configured values of `disable_fake_channels`,
863 and `stats_e_disabled`
864 * m_webirc.c is now officially supported, and has been moved from contrib/
865 to modules/
866 * `WHOIS`, `STATS p`, and `TRACE` may now show fake idle times depending
867 on how the new `class::min_idle` and `class::max_idle` configuration
868 directives have been configured. This feature basically works in the
869 same way as it does in csircd
870 * The configuration parser now does support `year` and `month` units
871
872
873 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.4 (2013-01-02)
874 * Fixed possible core on `USERHOST`/`ISON` with optimization enabled
875 * Fixed bug where `can_flood` sometimes didn't work as expected
876
877
878 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.3 (2012-12-24)
879 * Fixed core on `UNDLINE`
880 * `XLINE`, `KLINE`, `RESV`, `DLINE`, `SQUIT`, and `KILL` now have the
881 same default reason if no reason has been specified
882
883
884 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.2 (2012-12-20)
885 * Minor updates to the build system
886 * Fixed broken `--enable-assert` configure switch
887 * Fixed bug where timed events stopped from working if the system's
888 clock is running backwards
889 * `STATS q|Q` now shows how many times a resv {} block has been matched
890 * Fixed contributed `WEBIRC` module
891 * IRC operators may now again see server generated nick rejection notices
892
893
894 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.1 (2012-11-04)
895 * Fixed broken CIDR support for `CHALLENGE` based IRC operator logins
896 * Fixed class limits not properly applying to operator {} blocks
897 * Fixed possible `TBURST` desynchronization with services
898 * Fixed `TBURST` from leaking the server name if it's a hidden server
899
900
901 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.0 (2012-10-18)
902 * Fixed an off-by-one with spoofs. Spoofs are now also checked for
903 invalid characters
904 * Removed `general::use_whois_actually` configuration directive.
905 This is now enabled by default
906 * Minor `SQUIT` handling fixes
907 * Fixed bancache not being updated on `CHGHOST`/`CHGIDENT`
908
909
910 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.0rc1 (2012-09-28)
911 * Removed `general::client_flood` configuration option and added the
912 new `recvq` configuration directive to class {} blocks.
913 The max size of a receive queue can be seen in `STATS Y`
914 for each class
915 * Allow the `[` and `]` characters in server description
916
917
918 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.0beta3 (2012-08-24)
919 * Fixed wrong syntax in several language files
920 * Removed &localchannels
921 * `PRIVMSG` to `opers@some.server` is no longer supported
922 * Fixed bug that could lead to topic desynchronization
923 * Removed `serverhide::disable_hidden` configuration option
924 * Dropped ircd-hybrid-6 `GLINE` compatibility mode
925 * Removed `use_invex`, `use_except` and `use_knock` configuration options.
926 These features are now enabled by default
927
928
929 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.0beta2 (2012-07-21)
930 * `channel::disable_fake_channels` now also disables ascii 29 (mIRC italic)
931 when set to `yes`
932 * Added `channel::max_chans_per_oper` configuration directive. The old way
933 was to let IRC operators join three times the amount of max_chans_per_user
934 * Replaced `MODLOAD`, `MODUNLOAD`, `MODRELOAD`, `MODLIST` and `MODRESTART`
935 commands with the new `MODULE` command which can be fed with the `LOAD,`
936 `UNLOAD`, `RELOAD` and `LIST` parameters.
937 `MODRESTART` has been entirely removed. Use `MODULE RELOAD *` to reload
938 all modules
939 * Added back server notice when a client tries to obtain a reserved nick name
940 * Removed `OMOTD` module
941 * Added `set` to IRC operator privilege flags. Gives access to the `SET` command
942 * Improved TS6 support
943 * Channel keys/passwords are now case sensitive
944
945
946 -- Noteworthy changes in version 8.0.0beta1 (2012-05-28)
947 * Implemented full services support, including but not limited to the
948 following changes:
949 - Added `SVSNICK`, and `SVSMODE` command handlers
950 - Added service stamps to `NICK`/`UID` messages
951 - Added SVS to server capabilities (`CAPAB`). SVS capable servers can
952 deal with extended `NICK`/`UID` messages that contain service IDs/stamps.
953 - Changed rejected client notices to go to new user mode +j. These
954 previously used user mode +r.
955 - Added user mode +r (registered nick) and channel mode +r (registered channel)
956 - Added user mode +R (only registered clients may send a private message)
957 - Added channel mode +R (only registered clients may join that channel)
958 - Various services shortcuts have been added (`NS`, `CS`, `NICKSERV`, `CHANSERV`, etc.)
959 - Added services {} block to `ircd.conf`
960 - Added services_name directive to general {} block
961 - Added `GLOBOPS` mainly for services compatibility, but can be used by IRC operators, too
962 * Removed `RKLINE` and `RXLINE` commands. Regular expression based bans should
963 only be added via `ircd.conf`
964 * Added `globops`, `restart`, `dline`, `undline` and `module` IRC operator privilege flags.
965 Read `doc/reference.conf` for further explanation of what these flags control
966 * Removed Idle-time klines
967 * Cleaned up modules API. Old modules won't work anymore
968 * Removed `general::burst_away` configuration directive. `AWAY` bursts are now
969 controlled via `connect::flags` explicitly
970 * Introduced new logging subsystem including log rotation based on
971 file sizes. Log timestamp format is ISO8601 now
972 * Added support for remote D-lines
973 * Added user mode +H which is basically a replacement for the hidden_admin and
974 `hidden_oper` operator flags. With user mode +H, IRC operator status can now
975 be hidden even on remote servers
976 * Added CIDR support for operator {} blocks
977 * Removed the servlink program. ircd-hybrid can now make use of
978 SSL/TLS for inter-server communication.
979 NOTE: compressed server links are of course still available, but a SSL/TLS
980 connection is required, as compression is now handled via OpenSSL
981 * Removed `ssl_server_protocol` configuration directive and
982 added `ssl_client_method` and `ssl_server_method` instead.
983 Both of these options can now be changed at runtime
984 * IRC operator login IDs are no longer limited to `NICKLEN*2`
985 * Removed `channel::burst_topicwho` configuration option. This feature is now
986 enabled by default
987 * `STATS Y|y` now reports CIDR limits as well
988 * Added `m_webirc.c` to `contrib/`
989 * Overall code cleanup and speed improvements
990
991 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
992
993 BUG REPORTS: If you run this code and encounter problems, you must report
994 the bug by EMAIL to bugs@ircd-hybrid.org
995 Please include a gdb backtrace and a copy of your config.h and
996 ircd.conf with any report (with passwords and other sensitive
997 information masked).
998
999 DISCUSSION: There is a mailing list for discussion of hybrid issues,
1000 including betas. To subscribe, use this link:
1001 https://lists.ircd-hybrid.org/mailman/listinfo/hybrid
1002 This is the proper place to discuss new features, bugs, etc.
1003
1004 Questions/comments directed to bugs@ircd-hybrid.org
1005
1006 Other files recommended for reading: README, INSTALL
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