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File Date Author Commit
docs 2010-03-21 Daniel Folkinshteyn Daniel Folkinshteyn [c2b1c1] This merges an old branch i had for sqlite3 fac...
plugins 2013-05-11 Daniel Folkinshteyn Daniel Folkinshteyn [81c366] Web: create a cofigurable url whitelist
sandbox 2011-11-13 Valentin Lorentz Valentin Lorentz [c606ba] Debug: Fix import.
scripts 2011-08-22 James Vega James Vega [60834f] Honor supybot-test's timeout option and documen...
src 2014-12-22 Daniel Folkinshteyn Daniel Folkinshteyn [eefec8] update version timestamp
test 2011-11-07 James McCoy James McCoy [23f07c] Fix parsing of 004 message for supported umodes...
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ACKS 2005-01-19 Jeremy Fincher Jeremy Fincher [59331a] Updated to be STX as well as ordered chronologi...
ChangeLog 2007-10-22 James Vega James Vega [3d83cb] Fix a typo in the changelog.
INSTALL 2005-08-31 James Vega James Vega [86a69b] INSTALL: Add another check for whether or not t...
LICENSE 2005-01-19 Jeremy Fincher Jeremy Fincher [5019d1] Updated license years.
README 2010-09-20 James Vega James Vega [4d8479] README: It's a 3-clause, not 2-clause BSD license.
RELNOTES 2007-10-22 James Vega James Vega [8a0689] Version 0.83.3
setup.py 2010-08-22 Daniel Folkinshteyn Daniel Folkinshteyn [cf6fcb] Merge commit '05e8b658e633f37456340b83b01fa304f...

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