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Internet Relay Jabber

Internet Relay Jabber (or IRJ) is a Jabber client for IRC. It's useful if you like IRC, but your friends use another IM service. Through Jabber, IRJ supports AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, ICQ, etc.

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  •  05 Jan 2004 01:48

Release Notes: This version now allows multiple owners in the channel at once. It corrects the "IRJ is Starting" message, roster removal, and several errors with the presence tracking. It cleans up the code, to prevent accidental autovivification in the roster hash. It now handles Jabber resources correctly, and can specify them when sending messages. It also fixes many other minor bugs.

Release Notes: Many changes were made. There is a new "!conversation" command to set the conversation to a specific user. Roster entries with no subscription status will be automatically deleted. The subscribe bug has been fixed. Most of the regexes were reworked to make the program more readable and flexible. The program should no longer generate any warnings. Nick changes are now reflected in the channel topic. A better, faster nick tracking system is now used. Better debugging commands have been added. Many other minor bugfixes have been implemented.

Release Notes: MSN nickname encoding problems have been fixed. IRJ now supports SSL. A new !info command allows you to see more information about a particular user. IRJ now communicates subscription and presence information through private messages and notices. IRJ also includes daemon mode for Unix-style platforms, and comes with improved debugging.

Release Notes: IRJ will now try to connect up to 5 times on startup, or if the connection is lost. Error handling on presence and messages was implemented. Headline and subject support now works, and new message indicators were added. The code and variable names have been cleaned up, the msnautonick bug was fixed, and the documentation has been updated.

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