|tag name||1.5 (e2f526db1a4531076b4c8810f3f8a3982de748c8)|
|tag date||2021-01-17 00:37:00 -0500|
|tagged by||C. McEnroe <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|tagged object||commit 06683aa4e3...|
Version 1.5 (BONUS WEBISODE)
This release generalizes the ignore/message-filtering feature in two ways. M-+ can now be used as a counterpart to M-- in order to hide general events (joins, parts, quits, etc.) or non-highlight messages. The message visibility threshold (previously ignore toggle) is saved in the save file. The -I highlight option and /highlight command can be used to add highlight patterns in the same manner as -i ignore and /ignore. Since version 1.4 is still fresh, its release notes are reproduced below: This release adds two new commands: /whowas and /setname. The latter requires server support for the IRCv3 setname capability. The -t trust option along with the -o flag can now be used to connect to servers with self-signed certificates. At long last, the contents of the URL ring are now saved and loaded from the save file. The -H hash option now takes a second number which can be used to limit the colors used for nicks and channels. Configuration files and flags can now be interspersed on the command line, allowing flags to override options set by prior configuration files. The /ignore command and -i ignore option now properly split their fields which prevents false-positives for ignores using "*" in leading fields. This release also includes several line wrapping fixes and support for OpenBSD pledge(2) and unveil(2) with -R restrict mode.