[ircd-ratbox] ircd-ratbox-2.0.3 released

Alex R alex at deviousmeans.net
Thu Oct 7 09:44:12 EDT 2004


- invite_ops_only = yes|no; default yes
  controls whether unopped users may issue invites to a -i channel

What happens when this is set differently on different servers?

-----Original Message-----
From: Lee H [mailto:lee at leeh.co.uk] 
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2004 2:16 PM
To: ircd-ratbox at lists.ratbox.org
Subject: [ircd-ratbox] ircd-ratbox-2.0.3 released



ftp://ftp.ircd-ratbox.org/pub/ircd-ratbox/testing/ircd-ratbox-2.0.3.tgz
md5sum: 335ed9cda22a19260496f7f9a4ea1fa2

This is the current release version of the 'testing' tree of ircd-ratbox.

NOTE: Whilst every effort has been made to make sure this code is usable, it
      is still not classified as a stable release.  You assume full
      responsibility for running this on a production network.

doc/whats-new.txt contains important lists of changes between 2.0 and 1.5 -
it is important you read this file before upgrading.

-- ircd-ratbox-2.0.3
- disable '"' as a valid char in xline/resv reasons 
- disable "\"," in an xline - it makes it unparsable
- add translation of \s in an xline to a space
- invite_ops_only = yes|no; default yes
  controls whether unopped users may issue invites to a -i channel
- default reject cache to on
- various unkline related cleanups
- tweak memory allocation sizes for large networks, this increases
  startup memory by quite a bit, so unless you are on a 5000+ user
  network pass --enable-small-net
- fix TS6 bug when removing bans
- merge upstream version of adns
- fix another possible double exit of clients
- new format of RPL_LOCALUSERS and RPL_GLOBALUSERS (265/266) which makes
  them parsable, in coordination with ircnet:
  :%s 265 %s %d %d :Current local users %d, max %d
 
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BUGS: Major bugs in this release are listed in BUGS

BUG REPORTS: If you run this code and encounter problems, you must report
the bug by EMAIL to ircd-ratbox at lists.ratbox.org

Please include a gdb backtrace and keep the core file, binaries and 
modules in case the developers need them.

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You may also (if youre lucky) find us on #ratbox at EFNet

Other files recommended for reading: BUGS, README.FIRST, INSTALL

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Lee H
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