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|26 Feb 2021 13:39:35
Update net-im/neochat to latest upstream release
neochat is a Matrix client supporting multiple accounts, multiple
servers, and generally being a nice modern client for IM.
There is a release announcement at
|17 Jan 2021 17:11:20
Update net-im/libquotient and consumers
New quotient release supports easier homeserver discovery. Chase it,
and then update neochat to the latest release that supports that,
and a newer quaternion (demonstration Matrix client).
Release notes for the three are at:
|03 Jan 2021 23:40:59
Update net-im/neochat to its first public release
NeoChat is a client for the Matrix instant-messaging network;
NeoChat is a convergent client available on desktop and mobile alike.
This is the first public release of NeoChat (previous ports were of
development snapshots). A new dependency has appeared, to allow
editing of screenshots and photos before sending them. Release
announcement is at
|06 Dec 2020 12:39:37
Update net-im/neochat to a recent upstream commit
This is still unreleased, but very functional and rapidly-evolving,
software, so bump it for the past two weeks of development.
One PORTREVISION got skipped on the way; I didn't get around to
committing the update for KF5 5.76 when that landed.
|24 Nov 2020 21:48:08
Update net-im/neochat to latest.
With this early-release software, progress is fast and furious
and it makes sense to chase bugfixes rather than releases.
|20 Nov 2020 22:23:30
New port: net-im/neochat
neochat is a KDE fork of net-im/spectral, using KDE technologies on
top of the Qt bits from spectral. It's not clear if spectral is still
being developed. If not, I'll deprecate the spectral port in a while.
One UI glitch is present, because of KDE Frameworks 5.75 -- the
requirement for 5.76 is patched out in the port, because 5.76
has not landed yet.