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  Submitted by: Wildman

Date Posted:
Aug-28-2016
Last Updated:
Aug-28-2016
License:
Free
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About LnIRC:

File: LnIRC.1.0.6.zip
Author: Mikael Eiman
Release: 1999-02
Compabilty: R4 (x86)
Location: contrib/networking
Description: A bare-to-the-bones IRC client
Notes:


LnIRC 1.0.6 beta Documentation

Disclaimer:
If this software messes up your computer, don't blame me.

Installation:
Unzip and run LnIRC.

Usage:
First, you should set up your preferred nick, your real name and
the server hostname and port. Type the following commands in the
mainwindow editcontrol:

/setnick
/setname
/setport
/setserver (don't add the port here!)

These next three settings might not have to be set, at least the server
I'm usually on doesn't complain about it.
/setmyserver
/sethost
/setuser

To set the charset encoding used when sending/receiving data, type
/setencoding
Possible are:
ISO<1-10>, MAC_ROMAN, SJIS, EUC, JIS, MS_WINDOWS, UNICODE,
KOI8R, MS_WINDOWS_1251, MS_DOS_866.

If you are having trouble with one of these settings, contact me.

To view your settings, type /settings

Now you are ready to /connect!

From the main window you can send anything to the server. Unless your
input is prefixed with a '/' any text entered will be sent directly to the
server. Some commands you might want to use are:

JOIN
PRIVMSG : initiate conversation with someone
ISON <...> check if these nicks are online
WHOIS get some info on nick
QUIT : quit connection to server

For a complete listing of IRC commands, check out RFC1459.txt, which
can be found at www.internic.net.

These basic commands will be availiable through some sort of popupmenu
at a later time.

When you receive data from a channel or another user, a window is created.
Text typed in these windows will be sent to the appropriate destination, unless
prefixed with a '/', in which case the input is checked for known commands,

To chat with someone on a channel, double-click his/her nick to open a privmsg-
window.

Feel free to send comments, questions and so on to l00nie@synthare.net.

List of recognized commands:
channel commands:
/join #/j for short
/topic #only in channel
/mode #see RFC1459 for details
/kick []
/invite
/op
/deop

user commands:
/version
/whois

internal commands:
/clear #remove all text in textview

setup commands, only in main window:
/setnick #preferred nick, will NOT change your nick if already connected
/setserver #set server to connect to with /connect
/setname
/setport #port to use when connecting
/setuser #user to report to ircserver
/sethost #host to report to ircserver
/setmyserver #server to report to ircserver

Changes:

version 1.0.5:
* fixed seg-fault when quit'ing

version 1.0.4:
+ added charset encoding setting
* fixed memory leak
* fixed sort in userlist
+ added /join, /version, /mode, /kick, /whois, /clean, /op, /deop, /msg and /invite commands

version 1.0.3:
+ added more settings
* fixed PING reply

version 1.0.2:
* no more crashes (I hope =)
+ scrollbar in userlist

version 1.0.1:
+ user lists in channels
+ ACTIONs
+ receiving colorcoded text, sending bold text (bla bla bla %bbold text%n bla bla)


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