Version 2.2, including new dronescanner, has been released! Lots of improvements, check it out
A new package was added to the project,
this pacakge includes both source and binaries
that were compiled on red-hat 7.3.
The official logo contest has been started,
please vist http://gnuworld.undernet.org for more details
There is a new forum for the project, it can be accessed by http://gnuworld.undernet.org/forum.
Two new modules were added to the gnuworld core in the last few days,
mod.scanner - although its far from working, it'll be a proxy detection module, its coded by ripper.
mod.nickserv - the name says it all actually, its coded by jeekay.
The version 2.0 of gnuworld has been released. Many more *major* changes on the way
We're finally released! We now have a stable version to release to the general public. This is the same version running continuously on the UnderNet. A file download is now available.
It is now possible to specify the top-level directory location of the pgsql installation. Simply use ./configure --with-pgsql=directory_location...This is also in the ./configure --help
GNUWorld now supports runtime loading/unloading/reloading of client modules! It wasn't nearly as easy as you might think, but it appears to run quite well...
All client modules are now built with libltdl (libtool), which should greatly increase the number of systems on which clients can be run.
Its been in production use for some months now, and I'm fairly confident the current CVS (1.0pl4) can be classified as 'stable', and is therefore the first official release.
Downloadable tgz's will be made available on request, however CVS is still the prefered method of retrieval as updates are being made in GNUWorld/Modules all the time :)
OnChannelEvent() has been altered in the following way:
- The second argument (the channel name, const string&) has been changed to type Channel* (a pointer to the channel in question)
- The Channel* that had been passed as Data1 is now no longer passed...be sure to update your code to reflect this fact
The timer system is now documented under the developer documentation.
Built new API documentation web pages, they're pretty cool!