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Kalisko

Kalisko is an application framework. Its modular architecture allows applications to easily be built from several individual components. The current development focuses on the implementation of an IRC client, though other kinds of software are possible in the future. Features (already implemented modules) include: a small core application with a simple but powerful module system that runs on Windows and Linux; a simple IRC client using GTK+ for visualization; scripting support in Python, PHP, and Lua; a Lua console; a PHP console (Linux only); a powerful serializable data structure that can be stored in memory or written to files; a cross calling interface (xcall) that allows functions to be called and defined in and from any language; and many more.

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