muc-bridge users should never persist
Use recipient-unavailable when we are not connected to the IRC server
Instead of remote-server-not-found
sasl: Use the nick from the presence if the ad-hoc one is not set
Print each e2e test output on only one line
Only clone things using lab.louiz.org, and not git.louiz.org
docker: use botan package from alpine instead of building from sources
Typos: negociat… -> negotiat…
Remove .clang-format file
irc.ppirc.net is no more, remove its configuration
Little code simplification for conf_filename
CLI: Add a test config flag
Adding a -t configuration flag that will make biboumi check the
configuration file syntax.
Such a syntax check is handy for some deployment tools. It helps the
tooling to statically analyse the configuration file and prevent
unecessesary deployments when the configuration file is clearly
Updating the synopsis with this new flag.
Update the changelog for the private message changes
Trivial comment change in an e2e test
Entirely remove the code for the “preferred_from” nick
Since private messages are now always coming from the server-wide JIDs
Do not mark message to bare JID private/no-copy
Always send direct messages to the user’s bare JID
This has the following advantages:
- Works while all resources are offline (persistent channels)
- Helps with combating duplicate messages when sent to different
resources, resources going offline, carbon-copying etc. etc.
As a side effect, this also makes the MUC PMs not be MUC PMs and
always be emitted from the server-wide JID of the sending user.