Projects / LostIRC


LostIRC is a simple, yet very useful IRC client. It has features such as tab-autocompletion, multiple server support, automatic joining of servers/channels, and DCC sending, which should cover the needs of most people. Another design goal is 100% keyboard controllability. LostIRC was written using the gtkmm GUI library.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Jun 2005 16:27

    Release Notes: This releases fixes a critical bug where most of the standard keybindings were not working. It also fixes builds with the latest versions of pkg-config.

    •  14 May 2005 18:28

      Release Notes: This releases fixes a resource leak, which should improve memory usage over time. A keybinding was changed in order to be more similar to other GNOME applications.

      •  04 Feb 2005 18:14

        Release Notes: This release fixes a build failure on AMD-64, corrects a minor bug with a shortcut key in the French translation, and can log in to the server when /etc/passwd contains non-ASCII characters.

        •  15 Oct 2004 14:35

          Release Notes: Two segmentation faults have been fixed. The client now more intelligently checks what an IRC server supports in terms of user prefixes, channel prefixes, and channel modes. Some minor bugs have been fixed.

          •  08 Sep 2004 20:45

            Release Notes: This version fixes +q mode changes on freenode not being seen by the client. A minor preference saving bug was fixed. Several other minor bugs were fixed.


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