This document describes the main changes from ejabberd 0.9.
The code can be downloaded from the download page.
For more detailed information, please refer to ejabberd User Guide.
The multi-user chat code has been improved to comply with the latest version of Jabber Enhancement Proposal 0045.
The IRC (Internet Relay Chat) features now support WHOIS and USERINFO requests.
ejabberd modules management features have been added to the web interface. They now allow to start or stop extension module without restarting the ejabberd server.
It is now possible to a subscribe node with a JabberID that includes a resource.
A new script has been included to help translate ejabberd into new languages and maintain existing translations.
As a result, ejabberd is now translating into 10 languages:
No changes have been made to the database. No particular conversion steps are needed. However, you should backup your database before upgrading to a new ejabberd version.
This release contains several bugfixes and architectural changes. Please refer to the Changelog file supplied with this release for details of all improvements in the ejabberd code.
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