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Sunday, December 1, 2013

Circe 1.3 released

Circe Offering the Cup to Odysseus, by John William Waterhouse (1849–1917); currently in the Oldham Art Gallery, Oldham, U.K.

Version 1.3 of Circe, the Client for IRC in Emacs, has been released.

Read more about Circe on its homepage: https://github.com/jorgenschaefer/circe/wiki

Circe is available from Marmalade.


  • This is primarily a bugfix release
  • Tracking should now update the mode line slightly more reliably
  • Server notices are now handled more sanely
  • Added a help command (thanks to Alex Chamberlain)
  • Fixed completion code for Emacs trunk
  • Fixed the reconnect process to avoid some problems with SSL
  • The server option :pass can now be a function to look up passwords dynamically (thanks to Alex Bennée)
  • Don't try and send commands in a deleted buffer
  • Don't use add-to-list on local variables, that's not supported in lexical scope
  • Shorten now has a new utility function for different buffer shortening, shorten-join-sans-tail
  • Various docstring clarifications were added
  • Thanks to John Foerch for all the work he's done for this release