Tetrinet for Linux is a Linux version of the popular Windows multiplayer Tetris game. It should work on all systems having the ncurses library installed. This version runs in textmode only and requires a 50-line display. Both Tetrinet server and client functionality have been implemented.
This standalone Perl script generates a tree representing the structure of a given IRC network. It differs from other similiar scripts in its ability to draw routing in masked domains, so you will really get all servers on your map. The script features text output in ASCII art and output to graphviz for generation of a graphical version of the map. It has been tested tested on networks consisting of ircd (IRCnet-like), ircd-hybrid (EFnet-like), and ircu IRC servers (you need to operate the script on ircd-hybrid based networks in order to use unmasking).
FYI, you can find patches adding various quite
useful features to the client at
http://pasky.ji.cz/~pasky/dev/tetrinet. Right now,
there's multiple channels support there, support
for forwarding of unknown commands to the server
(this one being particularily useful, IMHO - almost
a bugfix for mistfeature ;) and finally tetrifast
> Elinks is really pretty fantastic - my everyday browser.
> Couple of complaints though - some documentation for the config file would
> be nice, so I can get zgv working, and ps2txt, and so on.
We work intensively on this, it's getting much betters in these days in fact ;-).
> And secondly - please get the ^Xe external text editor
> function working! I still have go into klunky old Lynx occasionally so I can use vim in text boxes.
Could you elaborate, please? There should be no problem with ^E if you are using standalone ELinks instances. That can be trivially accomplished by starting elinks with -no-connect parameter (see elinks -help for full description of instances) - I agree that it is still very inconvient, though ;-(. A better solution is being prepared, some other things have higher priority now, though.