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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 5.0.7, Package name: unrealircd-5.0.7, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

UnrealIRCd is an IRC server based on the branch of IRCu called
Dreamforge, formerly used by the DALnet IRC Network.

Key features include SSL, cloaking, its advanced anti-flood and
anti-spam systems, swear filtering and module support.

MESSAGE.inet6 [+/-]

Required to run:
[net/libcares] [security/openssl] [devel/pcre2] [security/argon2]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Package options: unrealircd-showlistmodes

Master sites:

SHA1: a50cb53c5dbdc0d106e0197f90cae2ccf841286f
RMD160: 43375299d65ab0cd1bd743afc7813c08ea8c1236
Filesize: 4878.145 KB

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   2020-11-24 13:24:44 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
unrealircd: Update to 5.0.7

UnrealIRCd 5.0.7 Release Notes
===============================

UnrealIRCd 5.0.7 consists mainly of fixes for the 5.x stable series,
with some minor enhancements.

Enhancements:
* Add support for ```estonian-utf8```, ```latvian-utf8``` and
  ```lithuanian-utf8``` in
  [set::allowed-nickchars](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Nick_Character_Sets)
* Add [message tags](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Message_tags)
  to ```PONG``` to help fix timestamp issues in KiwiIRC.
* Dutch helpop file (conf/help/help.nl.conf)

Fixes:
* When having multiple text bans (```+b ~T:censor```), these caused an empty
  message.
* Text bans are now no longer bypassed by voiced users (```+v```).
* [Websockets](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/WebSocket_support) that used
```labeled-response``` sometimes received multiple IRC messages in one
websocket packet.
* The reputation score of [WEBIRC \ 
users](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/WebIRC_block)
  was previously the score of the WEBIRC IP rather than the end-user IP.
* ```STATS badword``` was not working.
* When setting a very high channel limit, it showed a weird MODE ```+l``` value.
* The ```LINKS``` command worked, even when disabled via
  ```hideserver::disable-links``` in the optional hideserver module.
* In some cases ```WHO``` did not show your own entry, such as when
  searching on account name, which was confusing.
* Memory leak when repeatedly using ```./unrealircd reloadtls``` or
  ```/REHASH -tls```.

Module coders / Developers:
* No changes, only some small additions to the
[Doxygen module API docs](https://www.unrealircd.org/api/5/index.html)

UnrealIRCd 5.0.6
-----------------

UnrealIRCd 5.0.6 is a small maintenance release for the stable 5.x series.
For existing 5.x users there is probably little reason to upgrade.

Enhancements:
* Spanish help conf was added (conf/help/help.es.conf)

Fixes:
* History playback on join was not obeying the limits from
  \ 
[set::history::channel::playback-on-join](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_block#set::history).
  Note that if you want to see more lines, there is the ```HISTORY```
  command. For more information on the different ways to retrieve history, see
  [Channel History](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Channel_history)
* [Spamfilter](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Spamfilter) with the
  ['tempshun' action](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Actions) was letting
  the message through.
* In very specific circumstances a ```REHASH -tls``` would cause outgoing
  linking to fail with the error "called a function you should not call".
* Crash if empty \ 
[set::cloak-method](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … oak-method)
* Issues with labeled-response on websockets (partial fix)

Module coders / Developers:
* In ```RPL_ISUPPORT``` we now announce ```BOT=B``` to indicate the user mode and
  ```WHO``` status flag for bots.
* ```HOOKTYPE_ACCOUNT_LOGIN``` is called for remote users too now (also on \ 
server syncs)
* Send ```RPL_LOGGEDOUT``` when logging out of services account
* Fix double batch in message tags when using both labeled-response
  and the ```HISTORY``` command

UnrealIRCd 5.0.5.1
-------------------

5.0.5.1 reverts the previously introduced UTF8 Spamfilter support.
Unfortunately we had to do this, due to a bug in the PCRE2 regex library
that caused a freeze / infinite loop with certain regexes and text.

UnrealIRCd 5.0.5
-----------------

This 5.0.5 release mainly focuses on new features, while also fixing a few bugs.

Fixes:
* [except ban { }](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Except_ban_block)
  without 'type' was not exempting from gline.
* Channel mode ```+L #forward``` and ```+k key```: should forward
  on wrong key, but was also redirecting on correct key.
* Crash on 32-bit machines in tkldb (on start or rehash)
* Crash when saving channeldb when a parameter channel mode is combined
  with ```+P``` and that module was loaded after channeldb. This may
  happen if you use 3rd party modules that add parameter channel modes.

Enhancements:
* [antimixedutf8](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … imixedutf8)
  has been improved to detect CJK and other scripts and this will now
  catch more mixed UTF8 spam. Note that, if you previously manually
  set the score very tight (much lower than the default of 10) then you
  may have to increase it a bit, or not, depending on your network.
* Support for IRCv3 [+typing \ 
clienttag](https://ircv3.net/specs/client-tags/typing.html),
  which adds "user is typing" support to channels and PM (if the client
  supports it).
* New flood countermeasure,
  \ 
[set::anti-flood::target-flood](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … rget-flood),
  which limits flooding to channels and users. This is only meant as a
  filter for high rate floods. You are still encouraged to use
  [channel mode \ 
+f](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Anti-fl … nel_mode_f)
  in channels which give you more customized and fine-grained options
  to deal with low- and medium-rate floods.
* If a chanop /INVITEs someone, it will now override ban forwards
  such as ```+b ~f:#forward:*!*@*```.

Changes:
* We now do parallel builds by default (```make -j4```) within ./Config,
  unless the ```$MAKE``` or ```$MAKEFLAGS``` environment variable is set.
* \ 
[set::restrict-commands](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … t-commands):
  * The ```disable``` option is now removed as it is implied. In other words: if
    you want to disable a command, then simply don't use ```connect-delay```.
  * You can now have a block without ```connect-delay``` but still make
    users bypass the restriction with ```exempt-identified``` and/or
    ```exempt-reputation-score```. Previously this was not possible.
* We now give an error when an IRCOp tries to place an *LINE that already
  exists. (Previously we sometimes replaced the existing *LINE and other
  times we did not)
* Add Polish HELPOP (help.pl.conf)

Module coders / Developers:
* Breaking API change in ```HOOKTYPE_CAN_SEND_TO_USER``` and
  ```HOOKTYPE_CAN_SEND_TO_CHANNEL```: the final argument has changed
  from ```int notice``` to ```SendType sendtype```, which is an
  enum, since we now have 3 message options (PRIVMSG, NOTICE, TAGMSG).
   2020-05-22 12:56:49 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (624)
Log message:
revbump after updating security/nettle
   2020-05-18 12:10:00 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
unrealircd: Update to 5.0.4

UnrealIRCd 5.0.4 Release Notes
===============================

This new 5.0.4 version fixes quite a number of bugs. It contains only two small \ 
feature improvements.

Fixes:
* When placing a SHUN on an online user it was not always effective.
* Channeldb was not properly restoring all channel modes, such as +P.
* When upgrading UnrealIRCd it could sometimes crash the currently
  running IRC server (rare), or trigger a crash report on
  ```./unrealircd restart``` (quite common).
* UnrealIRCd was giving up too easily on ident lookups.
* Crash when unloading a module with moddata.
* Crash if an authenticated server sends wrong information (rare).
* Removing a TEMPSHUN did not work if the user was on another server.
* SAJOIN to 0 (part all channels) resulted in a desync when used on remote users.
* Forced nick change from services was not showing up if the user
  was not in any channels.

Enhancements:
* New option \ 
[set::hide-idle-time::policy](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … -idle-time)
  by which you can change usermode +I (hide idle time in WHOIS) from
  oper-only to settable by users. More options will follow in a future
  release.
* In WHOIS you can now see if a user is currently (temp)shunned.
  This only works for locally connected users for technical reasons,
  so use ```/WHOIS Nick Nick``` to see it for remote users.

Changes:
* The oper notices and logging with regards to server linking have changed
  a little. They are more consistent and log more now.
* When an IRCOp tries to oper up from an insecure connection we will now
  mention the https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/FAQ#oper-requires-tls page.
  This message is customizable through
  \ 
[set::plaintext-policy::oper-message](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … ext-policy).
* The French HELPOP text was updated.
   2020-05-06 16:05:09 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (591) | Package updated
Log message:
revbump after boost update
   2020-03-08 17:51:54 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2833)
Log message:
*: recursive bump for libffi
   2020-02-20 17:12:28 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
unrealircd: Update to 5.0.3.1

UnrealIRCd 5.0.3.1
-------------------
This fixes a crash issue after REHASH in 5.0.3.

UnrealIRCd 5.0.3
-----------------
Fixes:
* Fix serious flood issue in labeled-response implementation.
* An IRCOp SQUIT'ing a far remote server may cause a broken link topology
* In channels that are +D (delayed join), PARTs were not shown correctly to
  channel operators.

Enhancements:
* A new HISTORY command for history playback (```HISTORY #channel number-of-lines```)
  which allows you to fetch more lines than the on-join history playback.
  Of course, taking into account the set limits in the +H channel mode.
  This command is one of the [two \ 
interfaces](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Channel … ve_history)
  to [Channel history](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Channel_history).
* Two new [message tags](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Message_tags),
  ```unrealircd.org/userip``` and ```unrealircd.org/userhost```
  which communicate the user@ip and real user@host to IRCOps.

Changes:
* Drop the draft/ prefix now that the IRCv3
  [labeled-response](https://ircv3.net/specs/extensions/labe … ponse.html)
  specification is out of draft.
* The operclass permission ```immune:target-limit``` is now called
  ```immune:max-concurrent-conversations```, since it bypasses
  \ 
[set::anti-flood::max-concurrent-conversations](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Set_blo … versations).
  For 99% of the users this change is not important, but it may be
  if you use highly customized [operclass \ 
blocks](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Operclass_block)

Are you upgrading from UnrealIRCd 4.x to UnrealIRCd 5? If so,
then check out the *UnrealIRCd 5* release notes [further down](#unrealircd-5). At the
very least, check out [Upgrading from \ 
4.x](https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Upgrading_from_4.x).
   2020-01-28 14:03:36 by Nia Alarie | Files touched by this commit (8) | Package updated
Log message:
unrealircd: Update to 5.0.2

Upgrade notes (seem like there are very few breaking changes):

     https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/Upgrading_from_4.x

What's new in UnrealIRCd 5:

     * Channel history. You can now see the last couple of lines that have
       been said on channels when you JOIN. For this you need to set channel
       mode +H, eg: eg: /MODE #chan +H 15:1440

     * More IRCv3 features. Additional details are communicated to clients
       which may help with displaying information. Implemented specs are:
       account-tag, message-ids, time, echo-message, labeled-response and
       BATCH.

     * Ban exceptions (/ELINE). You can now exempt users dynamically on IRC
       from *LINES, spamfilter, throttling, blacklist checking, connection
       floods, bypassing antirandom, etc. Just type /ELINE on IRC to see
       details.

     * *LINES and Spamfilters are remembered: All of these are saved to a
       file every few minutes and saved across reboots. This uses the new
       tkldb module (loaded by default). No need for services for that
       anymore.

     * Persistent channels are remembered: For channels which have mode +P
       set we now save all channel settings across reboots (topic, regular
       modes and +beI lists). This via the channeldb module (loaded by
       default).

     * Anti connect-flood measures. In the last few 4.2.x versions we
       introduced Connthrottle and reputation. In 5.x these modules are now
       loaded by default for increased security.

     * Easily restrict commands to fight drones. You can now disable any
       command or impose restrictions, such as: command can only be executed
       after being connected for XX seconds, or if you are identified to
       services, etc. See the example for how to restrict LIST, INVITE and
       messaging.

     * Module manager for managing 3rd party modules easily. Install and
       update modules with a single command.

     * Condition configuration. You can have condition configuration where
       you e.g. @define $IP "203.0.113.1" and can use $IP everywhere in the
       configuration file. Similarly, support for @if-blocks. This is
       especially useful for advanced users who like to use the same
       configuration file on multiple machines, usually with the help of
       remote includes.

     * Improved Channel Mode +L now kicks in for any rejected join, so not
       just for +l but also for +b, +i, +O, +z, +R and +k. If, for example,
       the channel is +L #insecure and also +z then, when an insecure user
       ties to join they will be redirected to #insecure.

     * Ban forwards. New extended ban ~f to forward users to the specified
       channel if the ban matches. Example: MODE #chan +b
       ~f:#badisp:*!*@*.isp.org

     * Improved WebSocket support. We already supported websockets, but now
       we support websocket type 'text', which is compatible with web IRC
       clients such as Kiwi IRC.

     * Code cleanups. The biggest effort of all went into cleaning up old
       code and making the code much more readable. This also means that
       UnrealIRCd 5 will not be able to link with really older servers or
       services, like UnrealIRCd 3.2.x.

     * Windows version is 64-bits. This should allow for increased address
       space and security. This also means UnrealIRCd 5 will not run on
       32-bits Windows (should be rare nowadays, anyway)
   2020-01-18 22:51:16 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (1836)
Log message:
*: Recursive revision bump for openssl 1.1.1.