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1.2.1 (2017-05-25)
* Fixed Python 3 crash after disconnecting an unresponsive client.
1.2 (2017-05-22)
* Find certificate specified with relative path when using --daemon.
* Handle quickly disconnecting client without crashing.
* Import ssl module before entering chroot jail.
* Renamed options:
* --logdir to --channel-log-dir
* --statedir to --state-dir
* Added options:
* --log-count: number of log files to keep
* --log-file: log file path
* --log-max-size: maximum size of log file before rotating
* --password-file: file from which to read connection password
* --pid-file: file to write PID to
* Split name listing message into multiple 353 messages when needed.
* Made miniircd start correctly on Windows.
* Use the same 004 reply syntax as other ircds do.
* Fixed wallops command when given no arguments.
* Added support for the NAMES command (by Braxton Plaxco).
* Added support for Python 3.
1.1 (2015-05-22)
* Allow dash in nicknames.
1.0 (2015-02-09)
* Added support for the LUSERS command (by Alex Wright).
* Added basic SSL support (by Leandro Lucarella).
* Added support for --chroot and -setuid (by Rezrov Frotz).
* Added --listen option to set address to bind to (by Martin Maney).
* Added support for Python 3 and dropped support for Python 2.5 and older.
0.4 (2012-07-01)
* Added support for channel keys.
* 422 message is now sent after registration when no MOTD is available. This
is apparently needed by some clients.
* Added support for WALLOPS command.
* Added option to store persistent state (currently channel topic and key).
* Fixed crash when the write queue for a disconnected client is non-empty.
0.3 (2011-08-25)
* Added --debug flag.
* Added optional logging of channel messages to file.
* Send a 251 message upon registration to please Pidgin.
* Understand but ignore AWAY messages.
* Various code cleanup.
0.2.0 (2003-12-12)
* Added switch for specifying a MOTD file.
* Added WHOIS and MOTD commands.
0.1.1 (2003-12-09)
* Handle bad port specification nicely.
* Minor cleanups.
0.1.0 (2003-12-03)
* First released version.
0.0.0 (autumn, 2003)
* [Internal usage.]