./chat/ircd-hybrid, IRC server with many options

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 8.2.38, Package name: ircd-hybrid-8.2.38, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

IRC (Internet Relay Chat) provides a way of communicating in real time with
people. Generally, the user runs a client program to a server running a
IRC server software. Hybrid ircd is such a server.


Required to run:
[security/openssl]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Package options: openssl

Master sites:

SHA1: 518937b38bb0a380ad018e911653c7db60ada975
RMD160: d57f35a1906703a69e10d2d1d11eff5ab2b755f0
Filesize: 1015.417 KB

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   2021-01-18 10:45:53 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.38

Changes since 8.2.37:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.38 (2021-01-17)
* Backwards compatibility mode for ircd-hybrid 8.2.22 and below has been removed
* Minimum supported version of the Anope IRC services is now 2.0.8
* Fixed displaying issue with channel MODE messages
* Characters valid for user names for local clients are now [A-Za-z0-9._-]. 'Special'
  characters like }|{'^]\[$, that were allowed previously, are no longer valid.
  Also user names may not begin with '.', '_', or '-'.
* The 'general::dots_in_ident' configuration directive has been renamed to
  'general::specials_in_ident' and now covers the '-' and '_' characters in
  addition to '.'
* Fixed issue with clients connected from IPv6 localhost that, depending on the
  system's getaddrinfo() implementation, could lead to a crash of remote servers
   2021-01-16 20:22:08 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.37

Changes since 8.2.36:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.37 (2020-12-26)
* Implemented IRCv3 'CAP 302'
* Implemented IRCv3 'cap-notify' capability
* In case a client sends multiple 'PASS' messages, ircd only accepts the password
  sent in the first 'PASS' message instead of the last one
* Missing help file for 'MONITOR' has been added
* Fixed slightly off memory count for motds in 'STATS z'
* For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JLMnk>
   2020-12-08 15:44:05 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.36

Changes since 8.2.35:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.36 (2020-12-04)
* The old WATCH implementation has been replaced with IRCv3.2 MONITOR. For this,
  the `general::max_watch` configuration directive has been renamed to
  `general::max_monitor`.
* User mode `B` has been implemented. Clients with that mode set are marked as a
  bot in both `WHOIS` and `WHO`. This mode can only be set by IRC operators (as
  long as the `bot` directive is set in `general::oper_only_umodes`), servers,
  and services.
  This mode can for example be used to mark HOPM as official network bot.
* For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JI3fG>
   2020-11-15 15:26:24 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.35

Changes since 8.2.34:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.35 (2020-11-14)
* Fixed issue where servers could propagate truncated ban masks during net-join
   2020-11-08 14:54:04 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.34

Changes since 8.2.33:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.34 (2020-11-01)
* Re-implement backwards compatibility mode for old ircd-hybrid 8.2.23 and below.
  Final removal is scheduled for early 2021.
* For consistency, the `general::network_desc` configuration directive has been
  renamed to `general::network_description`
* Server notices that previously have been sent to user modes +f and +u are now
  sent to user mode +j (reject notices) instead. Due to this change, `unauth` and
  `full` have been removed from eneral::oper_only_umodes`, `general::oper_umodes`,
  and `operator::umodes`.
* User mode +b has been replaced with +f (flood). Spam/flood notices are now sent
  to this user mode. For this, `bots` has been removed from
  `general::oper_only_umodes`, `general::oper_umodes`, and `operator::umodes`.
  `flood` has been added instead to these configuration directives.
* Stricten server/user ID validation. IDs have to be all uppercase everywhere now.
* For a full list of all changes in this release, see <https://git.io/JT7UH>
   2020-09-09 15:26:49 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.33

Changes since 8.2.32:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.33 (2020-09-07)
o) Added 'client' option to listener::flags
o) Added 'defer' option to listener::flags
o) IRC operators may now use CIDR notation in "WHO"
o) For a full list of all changes in this release, see https://git.io/JUZKO
   2020-08-19 19:53:15 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
ircd-hybrid: Rename "ssl" package option to "openssl"

Since there is a choice of SSL library, this makes what the option does
more obvious.

The legacy options framework is used for compatibility.
   2020-08-19 17:26:52 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
chat/ircd-hybrid: Updates to 8.2.32

Changes since 8.2.31:

-- Noteworthy changes in version 8.2.32 (2020-08-16)
o) RESV couldn't be issued in case no reason has been supplied. This has been fixed.
o) Fixed possible RPL_WHOISCHANNELS line truncation of remote replies
o) Extban $t of type 'matching' has been implemented. This extban allows matching
   based on TLS protocol version and/or cipher suite
o) Implemented channel mode 'K'. KNOCK cannot be used on channels with that mode set
o) "STATS ?" is now oper-only