PimpBNC is an IRC bouncer written to be easy to use and still have many powerful features. It supports Perl modules, runs on almost any platform, supports multiple clients sharing the same nick (IRC-NAT), and has a Web-interface to ease configuration, feedback forms to ease reporting comments or bugs, many detailed configuration options, an away system with logging, feature to automatically update whole or parts from the Web while running, and the ability to notify the user when updates are available.
|Tags||Communications Chat IRC|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Important bugfixes related to protocol handling. The HTTP server has been rewritten to support files, CGI scripts, and PimpBNC modules. This release plays back xx lines on channels you join. The away module has been fixed and upgraded. More help messages have been added. There is a very primitive Web chat module, menus for available commands, and much more.
Release Notes: This release has a configuration Web interface, automated feedback forms, more configuration options, an away system, a feature to automatically update whole or parts from the Web while running, user notification when an update is available, optional logging to clients, safe mode, developer mode (for bug hunting), enhanced logging levels, more reuse of code in the kernel, better argument handling, core translation, many bugfixes, a help system, and much more.
Release Notes: This release is a total rewrite with hooks and lots of bugfixes. It's now very easy to create modules for it, and most of the code is hook-based with support for overloading. It should work for normal use now.
Release Notes: Bugfixes were made. Work was started on moving code into modules. Event hooks for modules were added. Lots of rewriting and optimizing of the code has been done. This release solves the buffer problem and garbage output on console.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, optimized code, more comments in code, more .conf options, less bandwith, etc.