wapircgw allows a WAP-capable mobile phone to easily connect to IRC networks. The only thing needed is a Linux box with an Internet connection to act as a gateway between the phone and IRC networks. Users can join multiple channels and talk to others privately just like when using a real IRC client. It consists of 2 cooperative pieces: wapircphp and wapircd. wapircd is the daemon that handles connections to IRC networks and requests from wapircphp. wapircphp generates WML Web pages that can be viewed with a mobile phone's WAP browser.
|Tags||Communications Chat IRC WAP|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Host resolving did not work under Solaris; this has been fixed.
Release Notes: Autotools enhancements were made. The program can now be compiled on Solaris and Cygwin. When the names list was replied in more than one line from the server, it displayed only the last line; this has been fixed.
Release Notes: The $displayminlinenum configuration variable was added to wapircphp. License information was added to index.php in wapircphp. get_status wasn't called in wapircphp after connect_to_irc, so there were no channels displayed and the status log was displayed first instead of the last autojoined channel. This has been fixed. The last read marker time in wapircphp is now stored for each opened log separately. A few comments were added to the source code of wapircd.
No changes have been submitted for this release.