YSM (You Sick Me) v7 is an ICQ console client. It was originally meant to run in Linux, but it has been successfully tested in Linux, BSD, Win32, BeOS, and QNX. The client requires no extra libraries, and is written in the C language. YSM is based on the last ICQ protocol version, v7/8.
|Tags||Communications Chat ICQ Internet Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: A major bugfix related to the ability to send and receive messages. A recent protocol change had disabled the messaging functionality.
Release Notes: ICQ protocol bugfix. Recent changes in the ICQ protocol disabled the ysmICQ client. These changes fix this.
Release Notes: The ICQ protocol recently underwent a few changes that left most ICQ clone clients unusable. This release fixes those issues in ysmICQ, making it work again with the ICQ protocol. In addition, the previous release was mistakenly shipped with a bogus configure script. This is also fixed.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes related to random crashes were traced down and fixed. UIN registration using ysmICQ is no longer possible, as the feature was removed. Compatiblity issues with CygWin were fixed, as were some issues related to the logging system. WINALERT support was expanded to other systems with ICONIFY/DECONIFY (tested to run on Mac OS X). Charset conversion under Win32 was improved, KOI8R users should give it a try. TAB key behavior was corrected. Slaves (ICQ users) may now have independent colors assigned. A language translation was added for CZ.
Release Notes: Support for configurable colors was added. Your favorite color may be chosen for message bodies, nicknames on status changes, and status on status changes. Slaves cycling using the TAB key was fixed, so the cycling is now done alphabetically. A fix was made for readline, so it now looks for inputrc in the default places. A fix was made for the COMMANDSFILE setting, since commands without arguments were being ignored. A crash on the "del" or "delete" command was fixed. Fixes were made for charsets using the getline library.