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Libircservice provides an event-driven API to develop IRC services working from a pseudo-server connection. The library provides functions so that the developer does not need to care about the inter-server protocol and can keep the focus on the service programming logic.

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  •  07 Sep 2005 21:50

    Release Notes: This release adds timer stats, global messaging, and channel mode lock functions. The samples have been updated to compile with the latest API changes, and several bugs have been fixed.

    •  15 Apr 2005 23:10

      Release Notes: This version adds irc_AbortThisEvent(), irc_CNameInvite(), irc_SetVersion(), and irc_UserSMask(), and fixes several bugs.

      •  19 Dec 2004 23:15

        Release Notes: This version adds some new functions: irc_SendRaw(), irc_ConnectionStatus(), irc_ChanJoin() , irc_ChanPart(), irc_Kick(), irc_UserMask(), irc_SendCNotice(), and irc_SendCMsg(). A new sample (changuard) is also included.

        •  17 Nov 2004 21:58

          Release Notes: This initial release includes the following samples: fortune, which sends random messages upon user connections; watchdog, which prints user logins/logouts; infoserv with a hello command; and listnicks, which lists all connected users.


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