Work on the project has ceased if you havent noticed...
I've done some work and have an idea of where I wanted to go but
just haven't had the amount of time necessary and some lack of motivation.
Maybe with some increased outside support or demand it would motivate me..
So contact the mailing list if your interested..
March 23rd amd
Friday's release delayed indefinitely. You can check out the
lastest cvs version though which is gravely improved.
Let's see...., Well As I said the design is being worked on for an
overhaul to make things even more OOP friendly. I think I've lost touch
with some of my original design goals and that needs to be stopped and
fixed. The problem is I've been really busy ... so once again I ask for
help. Join the mailing list and send me an email at
email@example.com . This way the ante can be upped and
we can get going towards a full featured version.
I have patches for the linux socklen issue here. socklen_t.patch
Patch for the memory leak issue. memoryleak.patch
Those both can be applied patch -p0 name
In other news look for the next version to be quite a major overhaul...
No word yet on how long that may be and what there will be besides under
the table changes.
Later Mon Feb 28
I found the issue add a fclose(f) in conf.cpp in parse_file(Server *serv)
and it will fix the issue. Or you can cvs with the info below.
Sorry for the trouble.
Mon Feb 28 - Information
There's a junk pointer or some odd issue introduced since the first preview be forewarned
that if you use it alot that may pop up. I'm working on fixing it but my time is limited
and they are good for sleepless nights.. I'm quite pissed off about the issue since its stopping
Sat Feb 26 18:43:10 PST 2000 - Preview Release 2
Much improved version, which will work for sure on linux. Autoconf is in
basic configuration. Preview 2! Check it out. Look for the next release
within a week.
February 23, 2000 10:00am PST - More Info
Code cleanup, going on. Bug reports welcome...
If you want the latest you'll need to cvs.
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/irce login
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/irce co current
Check it out... join the mailing list, with the link below contribute...... :)
February 21, 2000 1:35pm PST - Preview Release
Preview release will be out today. CVS Tree is up and ready see links
below. Get it here!
It _should_ work on linux check out the linux readme. It has been tested
with egcs-1.1.2 or newer it may work with older, but it needs a decent
working version of libstdc++, not libg++. It _will_ work fine under
FreeBSD for sure if you have that newer compiler. That's where you people
come in, we hope to get some help from the outside to zero out the
problems since I'm only one person and don't have access to enough
systems to truely test.
February 15, 2000 7:30pm PST - Initial Sign up
Today was our initial signup. I hope to get the tree fixed up for posting
within next week. I want to ensure it compiles and works on linux too
before letting the preview release loose on the wolves. Don't expect
much the code needs to be cleaned up and worked with. That's where
this project comes in. I hope to find developers to contribute and to
finish the items on the todo list. Let me note that I hate doing html so
this is minimal ;-). Soon I'll have links to a mailing list, todo list,
posting patches, project information, cvs tree and more.
- High speed non-blocking i/o model
- Easy to work with design
- Supports for most irc commands