Software Update: 7:44 mIRC

Mar

29

2016

There is a new stable version of IRC client mIRC appeared. With this program it is possible to chat with each other through different channels and servers, but also to send via “direct client-to-client ‘files to each other. Furthermore, scripts can be rotated for example, to simplify the management of channels. The IRC server runs on Tweakers irc.tweakers.net with # tweakers.net as the official channel, and many other channels which serve as home base for the hardware and software enthusiast. An overview of all available channels can be accessed through the command / list. Through this list can be found quickly to the desired channel. The changelog for this release is as follows:

mIRC 7:44 HAS BEEN released!
This is a small update That addresses a number of issues Reported by users since the last release. It includes improvements, changes and fixes to a number of features, including:

Updated to OpenSSL 1.0.2g, PCRE 8:38, 1:11 and taglib libraries.
Extended $ regex () to allow unlimited backreferences.
Updated all file dialogs, zoals send the file dialog, to use modern file dialogs.
Updated 2:50 to NSIS installer and related plugins.
Fixed mode + q event being processed ash on OWNER / DEOWNER event on Networks That use + q as a channel mode.
Fixed if / while parsing bracket Bug That Caused mIRC to freeze certainement with a combination of separators and brackets.
Added check for Servers That include MONITOR numeric 005 but do not actually support it. mIRC reverts back to ISON in this case.
Added “Certficate” menu item to status window system menu That Allows viewing of the SSL certificate for an SSL connection.
Added $ regmlex (particularly, M, N) That returns array or matches in the case of a / g global match.
Extended $ url to work with browsers That do not support DDE, like Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome.
Updated $ os and manifest files for Windows 10 compatibility.
Added support for extended numeric 338 reply with IPv6 address.
Added / sockopen -46 switches to Specify the IPv4 / IPv6 context When resolving named addresses.
Changed / server to base its IPv4 / IPv6 context on the IP address if one is used.
Fixed $ msgtags not being reset Immediately after an event.
Fixed $ eval () Bug That Caused over-evaluation in some cases.
Fixed log view file size dialog bug with large log files.
Extended $ com () to allow passing parameters and results from out to binary variables.
Updated code signing certificate to SHA-256. Binaries are now dual code-signed with SHA-1 and SHA-256.
Other changes and bug fixes.

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