|Developer(s)||Michael J. Czigler|
|Operating system||macOS, Unix-like, Windows|
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kirc ("KISS for IRC") is a terminal-based IRC client written using the C POSIX libraries. Its current version is open-source and released under the MIT license. This application was designed with cross-platform compatibility in mind, complying with the C99 programming standards; therefore, kirc works well with a majority of operating systems and Unix-based platforms.
Features include a number of connection options, including SASL authentication methods, TLS/SSL cryptographic protocols. User input is handled via a unique single-line text editor that contains common key bindings for manipulating words and text strings. kirc also offers a number of initial connection options such as automatic multi-channel joining and sending additional server commands.
IRC command aliases are intentionally limited and aimed to reduce key strokes for only the most commonly used sequences. For example, using
@<nick|channel> <message> can be used in place of typing a full private message command
PRIVMSG <nick|channel> :<message>.
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