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  •  02 Feb 2005 15:06
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    Release Notes: Color codes shouldn't break between buffers any more. ANSI sequences other than colors are gracefully ignored instead of thrown away. Screen selections won't disappear. Random minor cleanups were made.

    •  06 Dec 2004 21:48
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      Release Notes: Perl piping has been added (experimental; see the DocManager section on the project homepage for details). A fix for infinite alias recursion is included.

      •  29 Nov 2004 15:24
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        Release Notes: Spellup spell column widths are now kept over update calls. Spellup spells can now be marked as skills; "cast" will not be prepended in this case. Spellup spells can now be marked as self-only to manage spelling up others. The #givespell <name> command was added to spell up another person. Some bugfixes were made, notably in handling aliases, and providing the $1 reference inside the alias.

        •  28 Nov 2004 13:46
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          Release Notes: Some input/input history bugs were fixed. Spellup spells can now be marked as "inactive" to ease management by level.

          •  15 Nov 2004 18:15
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            Release Notes: All the base planned features are implemented. Key bindings and user input history have been added in this release. Several bugs related to font selection have been fixed.

            •  15 Nov 2004 13:30
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              Release Notes: A crash condition in the MDisplay class was fixed.

              •  15 Nov 2004 02:51
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                Release Notes: MCCP support has been added. Screen updates shouldn't cause lag now (they did when many color codes arrived in a single buffer). Font selection works properly now.

                •  13 Nov 2004 21:13
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                  Release Notes: Base preferences were added for font settings, spell cast failure message, and maximum spell recast attempts. Spell management was implemented to monitor when spells wear off, to note failed casts, and to recast on demand. The configuration class was widened to store more parameters (spellup spells are currently stored in configuration). General code cleanup was done, and some API documents were generated.

                  •  12 Nov 2004 22:21
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                    Release Notes: Full support for connections, colour code processing, and storing server/alias/trigger information. Aliases and triggers are parsed correctly. No preferences, spell handling, per-server profiles, or MCCP support at this point.

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