ngircd

Free, portable and lightweight Internet Relay Chat server http://ngircd.barton.de/
Log | Files | Refs | README | LICENSE

commit 263c5edb606459a74bc3d18f455ae117c1268f69
parent b4f7aae67e1ab3be8f01c27190316683fbe9f0d8
Author: Alexander Barton <alex@barton.de>
Date:   Sun, 25 Mar 2018 23:00:45 +0200

Update NEWS and ChangeLog files

Diffstat:
MChangeLog | 21+++++++++++++++++++++
MNEWS | 12++++++++++++
2 files changed, 33 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ChangeLog b/ChangeLog @@ -11,6 +11,27 @@ ngIRCd 25 + - Correctly retry to establish an outgoing connections when forking of the + resolver sub-process failed (for example because of lack of free memory). + Until now, such a connection was never retried once this error was hit. + Thanks to Robert Obermeier for reporting this bug! + Closes #243. + - Fix a "use after free" bug which can be triggered on a newly established + connection when the daemon handles an ERROR command received from the peer + during client login. Thanks a lot to Joseph Bisch <joseph.bisch@gmail.com> + for discovering and reporting this issue! + - Only send TOPIC updates to a channel when the topic actually changed: + This prevents the channel from becoming flooded by unnecessary TOPIC update + messages, that can happen when IRC services try to enforce a certain topic + but which is already set (at least on the local server), for example. + Therefore still forward it to all servers, but don't inform local clients + (still update setter and timestamp information, though). + - Update Xcode project for latest Xcode version (9.2). This includes adding + missing and deleting obsolete file references. + - Handle user mode "C" ("Only users that share a channel are allowed to send + messages") like user mode "b" ("block private messages and notices"): allow + messages from servers, services, and IRC Operators, too. Change proposed by + "wowaname" back in 2015 in #ngircd, thanks! - Fix some compiler warnings. - Allow IRC Ops and remote servers to KILL service clients: such clients behave like regular users, therefore IRC operators and servers should be diff --git a/NEWS b/NEWS @@ -10,6 +10,18 @@ ngIRCd 25 + - Only send TOPIC updates to a channel when the topic actually changed: + This prevents the channel from becoming flooded by unecessary TOPIC update + messages, that can happen when IRC services try to enforce a certain topic + but which is already set (at least on the local server), for example. + Therefore still forward it to all servers, but don't inform local clients + (still update setter and timestamp information, though!). + - Update Xcode project for latest Xcode version (9.2). This includes adding + missing and deleting obsolete file references. + - Handle user mode "C" ("Only users that share a channel are allowed to send + messages") like user mode "b" ("block private messages and notices"): allow + messages from servers, services, and IRC Operators, too. Change proposed by + "wowaname" back in 2015 in #ngircd, thanks! - Allow IRC Ops and remote servers to KILL service clients: such clients behave like regular users, therefore IRC operators and servers should be able to KILL them: for example to resolve nick collisions.