2.0 === * DelayedCommands now use the local time for calculating 'at' and 'due' times. This will be more friendly for simple servers. Servers that expect UTC times should either run in UTC or override DelayedCommand.now to return an appropriate time object for 'now'. For example:: def startup_bot(): irc.client.DelayedCommand.now = irc.client.DelayedCommand.utcnow ... 1.1 === * Added irc.client.PeriodicCommandFixedDelay. Schedule this command to have a function executed at a specific time and then at periodic intervals thereafter. 1.0 === * Removed `irclib` and `ircbot` legacy modules. 0.9 === * Fix file saving using dccreceive.py on Windows. Fixes #2863199. * Created NickMask class from nm_to_* functions. Now if a source is a NickMask, one can access the .nick, .host, and .user attributes. * Use correct attribute for saved connect args. Fixes #3523057. 0.8 === * Added ServerConnection.reconnect method. Fixes #3515580. 0.7.1 ===== * Added missing events. Fixes #3515578. 0.7 === * Moved functionality from irclib module to irc.client module. * Moved functionality from ircbot module to irc.bot module. * Retained irclib and ircbot modules for backward-compatibility. These will be removed in 1.0. * Renamed project to simply 'irc'. To support the new module structure, simply replace references to the irclib module with irc.client and ircbot module with irc.bot. This project will support that interface through all versions of irc 1.x, so if you've made these changes, you can safely depend on `irc >= 0.7, <2.0dev`. 0.6.3 ===== * Fixed failing test where DelayedCommands weren't being sorted properly. DelayedCommand a now subclass of the DateTime object, where the command's due time is the datetime. Fixed issue #3518508. 0.6.2 ===== * Fixed incorrect usage of Connection.execute_delayed (again). 0.6.0 ===== * Minimum Python requirement is now Python 2.6. Python 2.3 and earlier should use 0.5.0 or earlier. * Removed incorrect usage of Connection.execute_delayed. Added Connection.execute_every. Fixed issue 3516241. * Use new-style classes.