Quassel IRC is a modern, cross-platform, distributed IRC client, meaning that one or more clients can attach to and detach from a central core, much like the popular combination of screen and a text-based IRC client, but graphical. In addition to this unique feature, it aims to be a comfortable chatting program.
|Tags||IRC Communications Chat Proxy Servers|
|Operating Systems||Linux Mac OS X Windows Solaris POSIX FreeBSD NetBSD OpenBSD Android iOS|
|Implementation||SQL C++ Qt 4|
|Translations||Czech Danish Spanish Finnish French Hungarian Italian Norwegian Russian Turkish Slovenian Dutch Portuguese Albanian Swedish Ukrainian German Japanese Greek Brazilian Portuguese Chinese English Galician Korean Polish Castilian Esperanto Romanian Lithuanian|
Release Notes: Notable new features and changes of this release are channel-specific highlights, improved OS X integration, DockManager compatibility, and proper handling of intermediate CA certificates. Quassel 0.9.0 also adds Halfop support, DH1080 key exchange, authentication via SASL EXTERNAL, updated translations (now also available in Lithuanian, Romanian, and even Esperanto), and bugfixes of all sorts.
Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes, many new languages and additional translations for the existing ones, and a few new features, including syslog support, configurable tab completion keys, and improved desktop integration.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which caused parts of the nick list (and sometimes the chat lists) not to be shown when using Qt 4.8.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in Quassel's CTCP handling that would cause the core to crash when processing a specially crafted CTCP message.
Release Notes: This release brings improved Desktop Environment integration by adding support for DBusMenu (supports both GNOME and KDE) and improved Ayatana and StatusNotifier support. Also new are editable shortcuts, shortcuts for navigation between chats, and emacs-style key bindings for the input line. The marker line can now be set manually, and one can jump directly to the marker line. Furthermore, this release adds support for Blowfish encryption, also known as mircryption, FiSH, or RFC 2045. Quassel now supports a full-screen mode and is available in Greek, Galician, and Japanese.