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ClIRC - IRC Client for Nintendo DS 
4th-Jan-2008 12:19 pm
By Parker
Please test my new homebrew project - ClIRC. It's IRC client.

Main futures:
* A clipboard in all dialog boxes. You can even copy from upper screen, holding "L" button.
* Using up to three servers at the same time.
* DCC chat support and file transfer by DCC in both directions (I really don't know what for, but in fact )
* Storing of logs directly to flash.
* Identification of server answers by numbers. I.e. not an interface only but the great deal of server answers is in English (for non-english servers).
* An alternative mode of nicklist request. Now you can see user's "away" status plus a complete list of his modes on server.
* Flexible settings of colors, highlights, etc.
* The prototype of scripts for advanced users. You can set commands, which will be executed after opening or closing of DS (turn away automatically, for example). You can previously make a list of commands for channels, privates and nick list, where the appropriate variables will be substituted as well. I.e. mIRC popups' analog
* All settings can be changed during a program work - it's no need to bother with ini files.
* Something like multitasking. At the same time you can download several files by DCC, get a list of channels and chat. Practically all tasks are working simultaneously, except the moment of connection.
* Russian in/out and interface (only for Russian version).

Homepage: http://clusterrr.com
English version: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=1521
Comments 
5th-Jan-2008 11:14 am (UTC)
It sounds great! I've been looking for something like this, I can't wait to try it.
19th-Jan-2010 07:22 am (UTC) - Great software!
Anonymous
Just downloaded this, got it up and running without a single hitch! This is truly awesome, GREAT job. This is the best IRC software I've found and I was able to get it going and learned without a single problem. The layout is perfect, the shortcuts are great, I love it! You turned my DS into a useful tool for work now! Thanks again!
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