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Last Build Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 02:56:59 -0000


XChat-Ruby 1.2

Thu, 26 Apr 2007 02:56:59 -0000

Released version 1.2. Fixed bugs with the print functions. Added x86_64 release. Added xcode project for compiling a universal shared library on Mac OS X 10.4.

XChat-Ruby 1.1

Fri, 08 Aug 2003 15:51:33 -0000

XChat-Ruby is a plugin for the XChat IRC client that allows you to use and develop plugins (for XChat) in the Ruby language.

Released version 1.1. This is mostly a bug fix release, but it also improves how the plugin plays with Ruby 1.8. The binary releases of 1.1 are for 1.8 only, and will almost certainly NOT work with 1.6.x. However, the source code (if you aren't afraid of compiling the plugin yourself) should compile cleanly if you only have Ruby 1.6.x installed.

The bugs that got fixed include: script priorities were being ignored, hooks with the same name weren't playing well together (the older hook was getting removed), and hook return codes weren't being evaluated correctly.

XChat-Ruby 1.0 for Windows

Mon, 09 Jun 2003 20:59:18 -0000

Okay, if I'd only waited a little longer, I would have seen that it wasn't really that hard to do a windows version. Anywhere, a windows version is now available for the XChat-Ruby plugin. Read the INSTALL file for more info on where to put it.

XChat-Ruby 1.0

Mon, 09 Jun 2003 14:57:54 -0000

For those of you that are into writing plugins for XChat (, you can now write them in Ruby! The XChat-Ruby plugin is now available for Linux, and is just awaiting some enterprising soul to tackle the job of compiling it for windows.