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Quassel IRC

Quassel IRC

Quassel IRC is a modern, cross-platform, distributed Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client based on the Qt4 framework.

It has the unique ability to split the graphical component (quasselclient) from the part that handles the IRC connection (quasselcore). This means that users can have a remote core permanently connected to one or more IRC networks and attach a client from wherever they are without moving around any information or settings.

Quassel IRC stores the backlog into an SQLite database.

Quasel IRC is the default IRC client in Kubuntu.

 Quassel IRC 0.12.2

Price
Free to download

Size
3.5MB
License

GNU GPL v2 and v3

Developer
Quassel IRC Development Team

Website
www.quassel-irc.org

System Requirements
SQlite
Qt4.6

Support:
Documentation, Standalone How-to

Selected Reviews:
Westhoffs

Features include:

  • Establish simultaneous connections to multiple IRC servers
  • Nicknames, away reasons and the likes are managed via identities
  • Aliases
  • Chat monitor which displays discussions of a (configurable) selection of channels
  • Website preview for sites linked to in the conversation
  • Encrypt the connection between the quasselclient and the quasselcore with SSL
  • Proxy support
  • Query merging
  • Improved Desktop Environment integration
  • Editable shortcuts for all platforms
  • Shortcuts for navigation between chats
  • Emacs-style keybindings for the input line
  • Marker line can now be set manually (Ctrl+R), and one can jump directly to the marker line (Ctrl+K)
  • Blowfish encryption (via /setkey and /delkey), also known as mircryption, FiSH or RFC 2045
  • Fullscreen mode

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