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climm

climm (CLI-based Multi-Messenger) is a portable, small, yet powerful console-based ICQ and XMPP client. It supports password changing, auto-away, creation of new accounts, and other features that makes it a very complete yet simple client. It is able to send and receive messages from the ICQ network, list users that are offline and online (including their online status), search for users by email address, and look up basic (name, UIN, email) information. climm was formerly known as mICQ.

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  •  27 Feb 2009 06:52

    Release Notes: Lots of bugs were fixed. Some improvements were made to XMPP. SOCKS 5 configuration per connection was implemented. Layout changes related to XMPP were made.

    •  28 Aug 2008 15:04

      Release Notes: Lots of small fixes and enhancements were made, particularly to the ICQ roster support. ICQ v6 support was removed. A flag is shown for contacts awaiting authorization. A gmail command and GoogleMail integration were added.

      •  02 Mar 2008 01:55

        Release Notes: The program was renamed to climm. Many improvements were made to XMPP support. ICQ login was fixed.

        •  11 Jun 2007 00:44

          Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs, like failed assertions, issues with splitting of long messages, and segfaults in OTR code. Verbose kept resetting the verbosity to 0, and invisibility had stopped working; these have been fixed. Several commands should do something useful without arguments.

          •  06 Jun 2007 07:27

            Release Notes: Support for XMPP (a.k.a. Jabber or Google Talk) and for OTR was added.

            Recent comments

            10 Mar 2004 19:24 Tadu

            Re: It should compile under [insert OS here]...but it DOESN'T.

            > I bet you aren't using BeOS anymore. ;)


            I was never a BeOS user. Providing it for BeOS was only
            to help them, but it turned out to not be wanted. There is
            now a version that works under BeOS, even an installer,
            though not for the latest version.

            19 Feb 2004 17:35 Caedmon

            Re: It should compile under [insert OS here]...but it DOESN'T.
            I bet you aren't using BeOS anymore. ;)


            > Please, for those of us who use BeOS,
            > Windows, etc., please give source code
            > that will work under those operating
            > systems. MICQ is posted on BeBits and
            > says it should compile on BeOS. Well,
            > the news is that it doesn't. MICQ is the
            > only ICQ client I have found that is
            > stable under the OS and is the only one
            > I use. However, it complains that it
            > requires libraries that are for Linux
            > only. For example, it'll exit during the
            > compilation and complain that it can't
            > find the arpa/inet.h file. I am no
            > programmer, but I have run into this
            > problem once before, compiling one bit
            > of source. There is no quick-fix for
            > this. Grabbing those Linux libraries and
            > headers won't work and will still fail
            > trying to compile it. Please provide
            > BeOS code that WILL compile, or at least
            > provide a precomiled BeOS binary inside
            > the package on BeBits. This is extremely
            > frustrating.


            13 Jun 2002 10:43 Tadu

            Re: It should compile under [insert OS here]...but it DOESN'T.
            Please, for those of us who use BeOS, Windows, etc., please give source code that will work under those operating systems.

            It's non-trivial to work around the huge bugs in BeOS. Grab the latest version from CVS, or use the binary that now _is_ posted on bebits. And don't hesistate to help developing it by giving usefull feedback or fix the remaining issues...

            12 Jun 2002 02:52 wolfmancody

            It should compile under [insert OS here]...but it DOESN'T.
            Please, for those of us who use BeOS, Windows, etc., please give source code that will work under those operating systems. MICQ is posted on BeBits and says it should compile on BeOS. Well, the news is that it doesn't. MICQ is the only ICQ client I have found that is stable under the OS and is the only one I use. However, it complains that it requires libraries that are for Linux only. For example, it'll exit during the compilation and complain that it can't find the arpa/inet.h file. I am no programmer, but I have run into this problem once before, compiling one bit of source. There is no quick-fix for this. Grabbing those Linux libraries and headers won't work and will still fail trying to compile it. Please provide BeOS code that WILL compile, or at least provide a precomiled BeOS binary inside the package on BeBits. This is extremely frustrating.

            24 Feb 2002 18:17 warpt

            commnads
            I'm sorta new to micq...after i download it, what are the commands to install it?

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