It's mainly a bug fix release. Also, improved functionality of Contact Proximity Notifications.
Now functionality of Contact Proximity Notifications plugin moved into User Location plugin, so If you upgrade from previous version, please, start WarpIN manually and remove Contact Proximity Notifications package from eyeCU tree.
eyeCU (reads "I see you") is an open source, multifunctional Qt-based crossplatform XMPP client with geolocation support and a lot of other features.
1. XMPP basic:
Multiuser Conferences (MUC)
XHTML-IM (allows to use rich formatted text in messages). Allows to embed images using either internet URLs (HTTP, HTTPS, FTP schemes), BOB (CID scheme) and DATA scheme (not recommended).
OOB links in messages.
Chat states (also works in MUC).
Message delivery receipts (allows to ensure, that your message is delivered to
the other party).
Message carbons (allows to keep chat synchronized with different resources).
Message Archiving (allows to store your history both on local machine an on the XMPP server).
Privacy Lists (allows to hide your presence from other contacts or to block messages from other contacts).
Avatars (both vCard-based and iq-based avatars are supporded).
Attention (allows to attract your contact's attention).
File Transfer (both SOCKS5 and IBB transport methods are supported).
Nested contact groups.
Metacontacts (allows to combine different contacts of the same person into one).
Fully customizable roster.
2. Personal Events (PEP)
User Mood (allows to exchange mood information, also works for messages).
User Activity (allows to exchange activity information).
User Tune (allows to exchange currently playing tune information. PM123, QuPlayer and Z! are supported). May request tune information from internet.
User Location (allows to exchange current user location information. See Geolocation/Positioning for details).
User Nickname (both PEP and presence are supported).
Different positioning methods (allows to determine your geolocation manually, by IP address, or using positioning device GPS/GLONASS receiver, connected by either RS-232 or USB communication port).
Built-in online interactive map with a lot of sources (OSM, Google, Yandex, WikiMapia, Yahoo!,Here, RuMap, Kosmosnimki, Vi-Tel, Bing, Esri, 2GIS, Navitel, Navteq, Rosreestr, Megafon and Pro-gorod) and modes.
Contacts and their messages are displayed on the map.
Contact proximity notifications.
Points of Interest (POI).
Different map search engines (OSM, Google, Yandex, 2GIS, Navitel, Here).
Google Street View.
4. User friendly
Have two operating modes: advanced (for XMPP profi) and for newbies.
Connection wizard (allows easily connect to XMPP network even for those, who new to XMPP).
Transport wizard (allows easlily connect to a legacy nertwork via appropriate transport or change transport with different one).
Automatic resolving of contact nicknames.
Plugin architecture (you may either disable or uninstall plugins, which functionality you don't need to save RAM or disk space).
5. Appearance customization:
Supports two types of message display styles (Simple and Adium)
Supports different sets of text smilies (emoticons).
Supports different sets of Emoji smilies (could be downloaded from application
Both Map and Messages could be either attached to Roster, or detached from it.
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