This week we also mostly focused on the Azoth IM in LeechCraft, but, unlike the previous week, we mostly focused on features not directly related to XMPP rather than implementation of lots of XEPs. Some other plugins, like Aggregator, weren't forgotten as well.
LaTeX formula with Modnok
An Adium style
Another Adium style
So, the list of changes since previous devel digest follows:
- A new plugin, SecMan SecureStorage, has been merged into master branch. This plugin provides an AES256-secured storage area for passwords and personal data (thanks Akon32).
- Added Azoth Modnok plugin for inline in-chat LaTeX rendering and display.
- Added Azoth AdiumStyles plugin for, well, support for Adium styles. It is still experimental and quite basic, but, nevertheless, already usable.
- Added Azoth Autoidler plugin for automatic change of status due to inactivity period.
- Added Aggregator BodyFetch plugin for automatic fetching of full news bodies.
- Implemented rich text formatting support in Azoth with the ability to format outgoing messages as well.
- Added support for XHTML-IM to Azoth Xoox.
- Added support for publishing geolocation information to Azoth.
- Azoth Xoox now also supports Geolocation.
- Azoth now exposes options to add MUC participants to the contact list if their ID is known.
- Improved rendering of history in Azoth ChatHistory, with saner nicks, for example.
- Azoth now allows to set pre-nick and post-nick strings to be used when displaying nicks in chats.
- fb2 export dialog in Aggregator now allows to set custom book name and genres.
- Fixed generation of exported fb2 documents in Aggregator.
- Updated Hunspell implementation in Azoth Rosenthal which hopefully would fix segfaults with some dictionaries.
- Fixed segfault in LeechCraft Core when disabling Azoth but leaving plugins for it enabled.
- Lots of bugfixes in Azoth ChatHistory, p100q, and such.
We've also renamed the
libplugininterface support library and corresponding header files to
liblcutil to better reflect the purpose of that library.
And, well, we've finally introduced the "Prioritized handlers" concept, but it isn't much used yet, so we'll write about it when it'd be used more.
This digest was written with 0.4.80-248-gd746dae as HEAD.