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Mon, 16 Sep 2013
[ 22:44:28 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:327444
irssi-devel irc files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. A modular IRC client with many features
- Update to 20130915 snapshot which is 0.8.16-rc1

Changes since 0.8.15:
  + Add -noautosendcmd to /SERVER and /CONNECT. Passing this option will
    force Irssi to not execute the content of the autosendcmd chatnet-setting
    upon connect.
  + Accept names replies with nick!user@host instead of just nick, if they
    are enabled (see bug #805).
  + Set window binds for channel items as sticky when re-creating window
    binds as part of /layout save. This fixes the bug where previously saved
    channel windows forgets their window number upon reconnect.
  + Add experimental support for DNSSEC DANE validation of certificates.
  + Strip the argument for boolean options (see bug #769).
  + Freenode have been readded to the list of networks in the default
    configuration file.
  + Disabled support for the insecure SSLv2 protocol.
  + Various documentation enhancements.
  - Fix crashing bug that can happen if the terminal height decreases before
    the first window is created.
  - Fixed minor compiler warnings.
  - Fixed possible crashing bug when processing an octal escape sequence.
  - Fixed the /ignore -network option (see bug #748).
  - Fixed signal handling for /exec'd commands. Irssi now sends the signal to
    the process group id instead of the process id.
  - Fixed segfault generated by SSL disconnections (see bug #752).

Approved by:	miwi (implicit)

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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