InspIRCd v1.1.0-cheese released!

After a successful and tumultuous release for 1.1.0-diamond, a few issues were noticed - namely, ./inspircd rehash caused a crash if configuration errors were present, plus a few other miscellaneous issues here and there, such as with m_ident.

We spent some time squashing these, and adding a few minor feature requests, and the result is here now, the latest in the stable line of ircd, 1.1.1-cheese.

A few more configuration options were added, please see the commit log for more information on these, or the example configuration. One which will be of importance to most networks is <securelist:exception>, to allow certain masks to get around securelist. By default, two hosts are exempted: searchirc and

IPV6 in InspIRCd is also now handled much better, with the ability to use both IPV4 and IPV6 sockets and port bindings at the same time, rather than being forced to use the "4in6" binding (e.g. ::ffff: IP addresses) -- of course, if you wish to use 4in6, it will still work Smilie

Thanks to peavey, Bricker, Brain, and the rest of the QA team for their work. All users of 1.1.0 are advised to upgrade at their leisure.

Posted by Robin Burchell 2007-02-10

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