Full featured IRC bouncer
miau is a smart and versatile irc-bouncing tool for unix. The difference
between miau and other bouncers is that miau will go on irc as soon as
it is launched, guarding or attempting to get your nick. Control over the
session can be taken as with other bouncers, by simply connecting to miau
(and providing a password) like you would connect to a normal irc-server.
On disconnect, miau is able to stay in the channels and to reintroduce
them to your client on your next connect. Other handy features are
message-logging, flood-protection, dcc-bouncing, etc.
See ChangeLog for stuff that has changed.
miau will continue hibernating while written-from-scatch version is worked
with. Don't expect it to be released (any time soon). If you want to see it
ready, concider finding me more spare time from work. :-)
- cmdpasswd and related things are space-sensitive.
- epic _may_ act funny when using getnick-feature.
- Automodes do not track nick-change
MIAU - Yet another IRC-bouncer
Close your IRC-client without being disconnected from IRC.
miau is the actual binary and miau-check can be used with
cron to make sure miau is restarted after reboot.
miau is being
0.6.0 - "only 18446744073709551615 bugs remaining"
* Security review. Secured tons of sprintfs an
- nicks-list should have nick-pairs for attached/detached -state
- reintroduce channels in s
Tommi Saviranta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sebastian Kienzl <email@example.com>
Lee H <firstname.lastname@example.org
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