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Recent additions to qwebirc since last news post: CTCP website support; Nicklist hiding support in widget; User-friendly nickname validation; IE9 support; support for server SSL connections. adaptive timeout for COMET connections (saves a lot of bandwidth). experimental: API for external commands (currently only /SAY). Downloading using git. You can check out the source code using git: git clone You can then update to new versions just by typing: git pull. GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
qwebirc git repository clone from hg. Contains patches that make it more suitable for 6IRCNet (branch 6in2). Please note, that it's not an official repository - the official one is located at: 25 Nov This is the qwebirc chat module. it works in beta right now. Based on the mibbit module, and is NOT compatible with it running at the same time! This module takes the qwebirc IRC client, which has created a very nice (AJAX) widget that gives your community members access to IRC channels via a window. Qwebric¶. Qwebirc is a fast, easy to use, free and open source IRC client designed by and originally just for the QuakeNet IRC network. Released in , it's a python written web-based IRC client. It also has a fork, iris, developed by the Atheme IRC services team, and provides better integration with Atheme's IRC services.