I haven't been keeping up with the digests, but a while ago I mentioned
that I had written a plugin that wrapped the EIRC client
(http://eirc.sourceforge.net/), and made it dockable in jEdit. If
anybody is interested I can put this up somewhere.
> From: "Maik Schreiber" <bZ@...>
> To: <jedit-users@...>
> Subject: AW: [ jEdit-users ] [PLUGIN] IRC plugin
> Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 20:39:31 +0200
> Reply-To: jedit-users@...
> >That very text you speak of has to be encoded somehow. RFC
> >1459 doesn't specify an encoding, but ISO 8859-1 (aka Latin-1)
> >is the de facto standard encoding. IBM code pages 437 and 850
> >are also common. However, there is no restriction on exactly
> >which encoding you use, so you can use, say, a CJK encoding in
> >a channel where CJK languages are spoken, or a Russian
> >encoding in a Russian channel.
> Oh, I see. Didn't know that...
> >This doesn't apply to the IRC protocol messages, however --
> >just the human readable chat text. The protocol messages are
> >all in ASCII. By 'protocol messages', by the way, I mean
> >'PRIVMSG' and the like -- parts of the protocol that are
> >supposed to be parsed by the client or server, rather than
> >read by a user.
> That is quite clear.
> So I think this should be a matter of using String.String(byte bytes,
> String encoding) to decode incoming text and using
> String.getBytes(String encoding) to encode outgoing text, right?
> I'm not that used to support various types of encoding, so some advise
> on that would be helpful.
> Maik Schreiber
> IQ Computing - http://www.iq-computing.de
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>I haven't been keeping up with the digests, but a while ago I
>mentioned that I had written a plugin that wrapped the EIRC
>client (http://eirc.sourceforge.net/), and made it dockable in
>jEdit. If anybody is interested I can put this up somewhere.
I seem to be unable to find something in the archives mentioning EIRC or
IRC in general.
Anyway, I'm interested in what your plugin is (or was) capable of.
IQ Computing - http://www.iq-computing.de