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Psi 0.11

Posted on Thursday, October 18 2007 @ 00:48:02 CEST by

Psi is the premiere Instant Messaging application designed for Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X and GNU/Linux. Built upon an open protocol named Jabber, Psi is a fast and lightweight messaging client that utilises the best in open source technologies.

After over a year of hard work, we are thrilled to finally release 0.11. A lot of stuff happened over all this time, including a complete rework of the codebase to support the newest Qt4 library. Some of the changes in 0.11 include:
  • Reworked account registration process (including proper support for XEP-0077 (In-band registration))
  • Finished support for XEP-0004 (Data Forms) by supporting forms in messages. (thanks to Roelof Naude)
  • Added support for JEP-0070 (Verifying HTTP Requests via XMPP).
  • Customizable shortcuts (thanks to Ephraim)
  • Added spell checking (thanks to Ephraim). Currently only aspell is supported on non-Macs.
  • Added option to automatically set the resource (using the hostname)
  • Added new default Stellar3 iconset
  • Added support for JEP-138 (Stream Compression)
  • Added support for using JEP-33 (Extended Stanza Addressing) to multicast messages to multiple users. Use option.enable-multicasting to enable it.
  • Added ‘Show status message’ toggle. There is a hidden option to put status messages under the nickname (at the cost of 2 extra pixels when no status message is shown)
  • Support for Bookmark Storage (JEP-0048), where bookmarked conferences are auto-joined. No UI is provided for creating bookmarks (yet).
  • Better error messages, including error condition mappings (JEP-0086)
  • Support dynamically changing priority
  • Improved PGP error messages
  • Hiding the deprecated protocol selector for service discovery by default. Use option.ui.show-deprecated.service-discovery.protocol-selector to re-enable it.
  • New options system (see options.xml)
  • Receiving support for vCard-Based Avatars (JEP-0153)
  • Support for Multi-User-Chat (JEP-0045)
  • Preliminary support for User Nickname (JEP-0172)
  • Preliminary support for Roster Item Exchange (JEP-0144)
  • Psi now uses the Qt4(>=4.2.3) and QCA2 libraries, replacing the Qt3 and QCA1 requirements.
  • “Privacy List” support in the account dialog.
  • Support for JEP-0050 (Ad-hoc commands)
  • Preliminary support for JEP-0163 (Personal Eventing Protocol)
  • Preliminary support for JEP-0146 (Remote Controlling Clients)
  • Large parts of the codebase have been restructured.
  • Fixed a chat room bug where subject/topic changes were not shown.
  • Mac OS X builds are now universal binaries, supporting the new Intel based Macs.
  • Support for JEP-85 (Chat State Notifications).
  • Support for JEP-0115 (Entity Capabilities).
  • There is now a config.xml option to make some windows use the brushed metal theme on Mac OS X.
  • Window opacity support is now present for all three supported platforms.
  • Fixed Unicode URL opening bug #510
  • Auto-reconnect accounts on wakeup
  • Copy-pasting with emoticons now works
  • Fixed issue #263 where emoticons would disappear in a reply or quote
  • History index is rebuilt faster
  • Configure toolbars merged into main preferences dialog
  • Moving tooltips
  • MingW32 compiler support (Coupled with the open source Qt4 Windows library this now allows completely free building of Psi on Windows)

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