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2009-02-25
2013-04-22
  • S X

    S X - 2009-02-25

    So any news whether any1 is still working on this?

     
    • Christian Boenning

      hi,

      seems like as there are no developers who want to maintain the project at sf.net. in the meantime i've found http://github.com/tycho/xchat-aqua/tree/master with some recent changes to the code. haven't downloaded/compiled this yet - so don't know whether it's working or not, but may be this seems to be a bit more recent. latest commit on this repo is from 16 feb. 2009. so slightly newer than this source here .. seems as if libc if working on the tree as well ..

      regards,
      chris

       
    • Rainer Müller

      Rainer Müller - 2009-04-07

      Some time ago I uploaded a recent build from the SVN to my blog. But I am not a Cocoa developer, so I don't feel like taking over the project. Personally I would really appreciate if any Cocoa developer could take it over and at least just publish a new official release.

      http://raim.codingfarm.de/blog/2009/01/21/x-chat-aqua-for-mac-os-x/

      Rainer

       
      • S X

        S X - 2009-04-07

        I highly recommend everyone to get that updated version, many scripts that werent working under older version, just started working with this update.

         
    • Christian Boenning

      hi,

      thanks to steve noonan (tycho) the tree which i mentioned before is build (and running very smooth).

      that's version 0.17-rc1. you can grab your copy here:
      http://www.uplinklabs.net/~tycho/projects/xchat-aqua/

      regards,
      chris

       
      • Damien Clauzel

        Damien Clauzel - 2009-07-18

        Works very fine for me. Jolly well done :)

         
  • PaigeNL

    PaigeNL - 2009-10-18

    There are still a number of issues to be addressed. Namely the only working plugin is Tcl.

     
  • Christian Boenning

    Hi,

    there's a newer Build available provided by ToePeu which does support Perl & Python again. You can grab this either at http://bit.ly/6cVb7n or http://bit.ly/8omYpK. This is working fine for me on 10.6.2.

    regards,
    chris

     
  • David North

    David North - 2010-01-07

    I'm using a perl plugin that works fine.

     

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