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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.75 [en] (X11; U; Linux 2.2.16-24smp alpha; Nav)
xchat 1.6.3 tries to connect to all the servers on the server list when
using a 1.4.2 config file.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. rm -rf ~/.xchat (backup first if desired)
2. Install xchat-1.4.2-6 from 7.0
3. Run xchat
4. Use 'Settings -> Save settings now' menu item.
5. Install xchat-1.6.3-1
6. Run xchat
Actual Results: Connections to over 100 servers.
Expected Results: No server connections.
The serverlist.conf file saved by xchat 1.4.2 has only one 'autoconnect =
1' server, the rest being 'autoconnect = 0'. A quick fix would seem to be
to make sure xchat 1.6.3 is properly interpreting the boolean value at the
end of the line.
If one wanted to make the upgrade work 100% properly (i.e. no autoconnect
to irc.xchat.org either) then the autoconnect flag should be ignored unless
it is set by a 1.6.3 user (perhaps by only autoconnecting to 'autoconnect =
We (Red Hat) should really try to resolve this before next release.
Was a failure to initialize the variable indicating whether to autoconnect,
which led to it containing a random value that was occasionally true instead of