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The listen command now takes an optional IP; allowing you to listen on multiple IPs at the same time ISUPPORT / RAW 005 parsing is now possible. There is still work to be done in the future to automatically integrate some of these values into how Eggdrop interacts with the server, but for now they are available for you to use via the Tcl interface A significant change from RC1 based on feedback: What was previously the addserver/delserver Tcl command in RC1 (used to, surprisingly, add and delete a server from the server list in lieu of the historical "set server" method) is has been refactored to 'server add' and 'server remove'. This mirrors the 'channel add/remove' syntax and allows us to extend the syntax in the future if needed. We also want to make sure we thank our unofficial test force/guinea pigs Lord255, PeGaSuS, and WildCraze- they were instrumental in helping us test new features, identify bugs, and by providing feedback on general approaches. Thank you! (Want to help out? Ask in #eggdrop on Freenode!) As this is an RC, we're depending on you to help us find those last few bugs before we declare 1.9.0 as stable. Please use it and report any bugs you find to https://github.com/eggheads/eggdrop/issues or via the Freenode #eggdrop channel. We plan on leaving this comment period for this RC open for 2-3 weeks. If everything remains calm for the duration, we'll officially release 1.9.0 at that time. Or another time. We HIGHLY recommend you read NEWS for a full summary of all the changes made; it's not a terrible read, we promise and you may just find something useful tucked away in there. This is a RELEASE CANDIDATE, so we highly appreciate any testing and bug reporting we can get. You can expect a follow-up release candidate if necessary soon, or the final release of this version. Please report bugs by visiting us on #eggdrop on the Freenode IRC Network or by using https://github.com/eggheads/eggdrop/issues. Download Eggdrop v1.9.0rc2 here.