Synchronet v3.19b-Win32 (install) has been released (Jan-2022).

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Synchronet loadable modules are “in-process” executable interpreted scripts.

Modules are typically located in the exec directory and written in either Baja (compiled to .bin files) or JavaScript (.js files).

Modules (written in Baja or JavaScript) are used to provide services to Terminal Server users via command shells, editors, games, add-ons, etc. as well as timed and network call-out events for the sysop.

Modules (written in JavaScript) may also be used as mail processors with the Mail Server, external content handlers for the Web Server, additional TCP or UDP services, CGI and other uses with JSexec.

Source code for modules included with Synchronet is available in Git.

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