Bahamut 2.1.0 release
Date: 16/09/2018
Author: skill
Hi everyone,
We're pleased to announce the release of Bahamut 2.1.0 with the following changes:

Kobi Shmueli (11):
* Fixed m_message() to compile with old gcc 2.x (i.e. for FreeBSD 4.x).
* Let server admins (and u:lined servers) see more info with /info: OS, socket engine type, maxconnections, etc.
* Changed STATS o/c/i output to be in human-readable format (#35).
* Added user host-masking feature. When enabled, users' hostnames are masked by default and users can use umode -H to unmask themselves.
* Added module hook for WHOIS.
* Updated version.c.SH (Kobi --> Kobi_S & added RuneB & skill).
* Added spamfilter feature (
* Added extended channel flags ( (#41).
* Automatically build & install modules if they exist (#40).
* Exempt IRC Operators from the auditorium mode (cmode +A).
* Let IRC Operators (both local and global) see cmode +j's settings with /mode #channel from outside the channel in addition to +l (#45).

Ryan Smith (6):
* Allow U-lined servers to remove all network-wide bans in case of an emergency.
* Allow bahamut to be compiled against OpenSSL versions >= 1.1.0.
* Fixed compile warning.
* Fixed modern compiler warnings and possible buffer overflows (#53).
* Added support for kill -HUP to rehash SSL certificates, including adding proper sanity checks to all SSL rehashes.
* Added support for ircd.crt to handle chain certificates.

Ned T. Crigler (1):
* Resend the nicklist to a client in auditorium mode (#50).

Bradley Claghorn (3):
* Updated opers.txt.
* Default creation of ircd.smotd added.
* Updated

Michael Wobst (1):
* m_trace(): added missing argument to RPL_TRACESERVER required for the %ld conversion specifier (#32).

It can be downloaded here:

sha1: fddd725ec327295ac9847d0dadb4d88e64ccb424
md5: c65140cfdf635e3d69eb9062957d7e0f

The official repository can be found here:

Please feel free to submit any issues or patches!

Thanks to all the contributors and enjoy!

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