KVIrc: free portable Internet Relay Chat client based on Qt GUI toolkit

KVIrc project is a free portable Internet Relay Chat client based on the excellent Qt GUI toolkit.

KVirc is being written by Szymon Stefanek and the KVIrc Development Team with the contribution of many IRC addicted developers around the world.

Here are some key features of “KVIrc”:

User interface

– Full GUI Based configuration
– MDI floatable windows
– Built-in help browser
– Extreme themeability (all configurable by GUI or scripting)
– Pseudo-transparency support (up to the desktop on KDE)

Network

– Proxy support (SOCKv4, SOCKSv5, HTTP)
– Full IPv6 support
– SSL support (also over IPv6)

Core

– Modular architecture: unfrequently used features reside in external modules and are loaded only when necessary
– Extensibility: a huge API for writing extension modules

IRC

– Notify lists (yes, WATCH is supported)
– Ignore lists
writing service– Registered users database
– Lag meter
– Configurable logging
– Standard DCC CHAT and SEND (with resume) support
– Extended DCC types: VOICE, RSEND, GET, RECV
– DCC CHAT over SSL
cripting

– Built-in scripting language interpreter
scalars, arrays and hashes..
aliases
popups
events
scriptable toolbars
– Objects support in scripting language: yes , now you can do OOP

Limitations:

Unix version (sources):

– A working UNIX system suitable for compiling stuff
– The QT GUI toolkit >= 3.0.5 (older versions might work)
– automake 1.5
– Perl (for generating online documentation)
– KDE libs linked to the same version of Qt (optional)

Unix version (binaries):

– A working unix system
– The QT GUI toolkit >= 3.0.5 (older versions might work)

Visit kvirc.net to download latest version.

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