I'm trying to use your library in my project.
I need help using it in a Visual c++ MFC project using Visual Studio .NET
How to integrate it into my C++ project ?
I never did such a thing before, and google or so are not my friends achieving it !
Sorry for my engligh
Thanks in advance.
Sorry for late reply, I was very busy :(
You can follow the next steps:
1. Unpack the library somewhere (hope you can do so :)
2. Add the "include" directory of libircclient to Options->Directories->Include Files menu item (in VC .NET it might be different; in VC6 it is exactly where I wrote)
3. Add the "lib" directory of libircclient to Options->Directories->Library Files menu item (again, in VC .NET it might be different).
That is all. Now you can #include <libircclient.h> and use it. Don't forget to add the libircclient-static.lib (or just libircclient.lib, if you prefer dynamic linkage) to the list of your project libs.
Thks for help
I've managed to work with your library.
IT ROCKS !
I was looking for an equivalent since August !
This one rules, I'm about to make it working in a multithreading way.
I've got an assertion failure when i call :
irc_connect returns 1 but I can't see the connexion on irc channel specified.
My firewall see socket connexion OK on port specified.
I also tried without firewall : the same.
Is irc_run is an essential step or just a multithread only step ?
Thanks in advance,
There is a problem in pre-built Win32 library - it does not support multithreading (no ENABLE_THREADS) define in Makefile, and a small piece of code should also be fixed.
I'm going to release version 0.4 tomorrow, which will include .dsp/.dsw files for Visual Studio. These files will allow you to rebuild libircclient by yourself as well as build the example. Of course, multithreading issue will be also fixed.
Ok ok !
It's a pretty nice job that you provide guy !
I'm so excited to test this dude !
Thanks a lot I will stay you tuned with the way i'm using it.
I've released 0.4, get it and try it.
Ok i'll try it this evening in my free time.
ok i didn't tried it so much, but i can't see dsw nor dsp files.
that would pretty simplify my work :)
sry i found them !
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