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UltimateIRCd 2.8.7 released
« on: September 29, 2003, 12:44:07 am »
Version 2.8.7 have been released and is a maintainance release, most notably fixing issues compiling on GLIBC 2.3.x systems like Redhat 9. See below for full changelog.

md5sum's:
84713635c89639994fe61647a92d6879  Ultimate2.8.7.tar.bz2
f1513e76322eac36ab654ff6cda92f15  Ultimate2.8.7.tar.gz

Download locations:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ultimate/Ultimate2.8.7.tar.bz2?download
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ultimate/Ultimate2.8.7.tar.gz?download

Changelog:

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(SM) - ShadowMaster ([email protected])
(AA) - Againaway ([email protected])
(AC) - Acidic32 ([email protected])

2.8.7
 (SM) Fixed a bug where /NAMES output could become corrupted on large channels
      due to incorrect lenght checks.
      Reported by Sakera @ SRC Forums.
 (SM) Fixed a bug in global exit notices.
      Reported by blueice @ SRC Forums.
 (SM) Fixed an instance where the server could reveal the true host of clients
      in a nick collision.
      Reported by OzMan @ SRC Forums.
 (SM) AKILL's can now only be set by Ulined clients as it was intended.
 (SM) RAKILL's can now only be preformed by ULined clients as it was intended.
 (SM) Applied minor patch to resolve some compile issues on OpenBSD.
      Submitted by jimbud @ SRC Forums.
 (SM) Removed the "Too many connections" notice which could flood operators
      on busy servers when a connection class filled up.
 (SM) Fixed an instance where the realhost of an oper would be revealed when issuing a /close.
 (SM) Fixes for resolver issues on GLIBC 2.3.x systems.
 (SM) WHOIS on users in secret or private channels issued by IRC Operators will now show
      the channelnames prefixed with "=".
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