I've been kind of dragging my feet about releasing Lyntin 3.2 because I haven't been getting any feedback from the community. So either no one is using it, or no one replies on the mailing list. Oh well--what can a developer do?
This release has some really great features. I added a scheduling system and re-wrote the ticker to use it. I wrote a #schedule command which allows you to schedule events to kick off using one of several time specifications. It's also got a new #grep command which goes through the databuffer and allows for printing of match context. There are some bug fixes and some refactoring and stream-lining. For the most part, it's a clean-up release.
And now I'm going to kick my feet up and work on all the other things that I've been neglecting.