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GICQ

gicq is an ICQ-compatible instant messaging client for Unix systems. It is based on the GTK toolkit. At the present time, the feature list is rather short. However, the most important stuff works - you can log on with an existing ICQ account, search for other users and add them to your contact list, and most importantly, send and receive messages. gicq uses libicq, which actually does most of the work. libicq is based on micq, a text-based ICQ client written by Matt Smith.

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  •  01 Apr 2001 06:01

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  21 Feb 1999 21:48

      Release Notes: gicq 0.30 includes tcp support, ICQ protocol v4 support, and bug fixes to work with recent versions of gtk 1.1.

      •  19 Sep 1998 09:12

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  16 Aug 1998 12:53

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  06 Aug 1998 01:42

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            05 May 2001 13:47 hllywood

            Updates


            Here are some updates to GICQ, informally name GICQ 0.40. File transfer, new user registration, and ICQ protocol v5 compatibility have been added.

            http://www.nmt.edu/~hllywood/gicq.html (http://www.nmt.edu/~hllywood/gicq.html)

            08 Feb 1999 18:03 edluke

            Very simple
            The gicq is a very simple icq client , easy to install , but requires GTK (sux) , but, is the only one that I have install with no problems

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