And here we go again! We're proud to announce the new version of Smuxi, release 0.11 "Distractions". During the development, 11 bug reports and 2 feature requests in 112 commits were worked on. Notable highlights in this release are:
Smuxi cares for user feedback. Multi identity support was the most voted feature and thus it has been implemented! Now you can please your schizo^Wdesire to use different nicks, users and real names depending on the server. Simply edit the server in preferences and change the details.
Everybody knows text can be boring because it is all just text. Nothing can sidetrack you except reading that bare text. Text often has recurring patterns from which something useful and interactive can be created. For example, someone writes:
Hey meebey, do you know RFC2812?
RFCs are a recurring pattern with a distinct number behind it and are real references to something in the internet (collection of protocol specifications).
So I would usually fire up a browser tab, copy/paste or type RFC2812 into my favorite search engine and click the first hit. Then I'd reply to the question afterwards. But with Smuxi's message patters, it turns RFC2812 into a link on which you can simply click to launch the relevant document.
Wow this is very cool, but isn't this already happening with http URLs and email addresses? Exactly! Why shouldn't more information be used to create useful things from it? Smuxi message patterns allow you to define text patterns that are transformed into clickable links. This can be used for RFCs, CVEs, bug report numbers (#XXX), git commit hashes and much more. Make good use of your creativity!
By default Smuxi comes with built-in message patterns for:
If you know more general patterns useful for others, please submit them.
For a full list of built-in message patterns or how to add your own patterns, head over to the message pattern documentation.
As of 14 Jan 2014, Twitter disallows unencrypted HTTP requests which broke Smuxi's Twitter support. Smuxi is now making exclusively encrypted requests (HTTPS) and thus works with Twitter again.
Smuxi should now be in your language, including:
Contributors to this release are the following people:
Thank you very much for your contributions to Smuxi!
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