Projects / Relay-JFC


Relay-JFC is a full-featured IRC chat program that is written in Java and uses the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) to provide a GUI chat experience similar to mIRC. It also includes a set of Java classes for developing your own IRC clients and bots.


Recent releases

  •  01 Jun 2000 15:24

    Release Notes: Support for adding custom JPython/Java actions to the Relay-JFC menu system, an interactive JPython console, more intuitive (and MIRC-like) connect dialog, source code packages reorganization, and numerous bugfixes.

    •  24 Jan 2000 14:41

      Release Notes: API documentation for the Relay IRC chat engine classes and an example program that illustrates how to use these classes, minor feature enhancements, and bugfixes.

      •  22 Aug 1999 21:46

        Release Notes: New features include an InstallAnywhere installer (for UNIX, Windows, Mac and others), a channel lister, a better server list editor and a tree view of favorite servers, channels and users. Also, Relay-JFC is now able to import mIRC server list files.

        •  17 Nov 1998 22:30

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          Recent comments

          01 Jun 2000 12:42 apollyon

          Not bad
          So far, you have a pretty decent Java client. The only real problem I've noticed is the speed. It seems extremely slow.


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