epic irc client, version 5
epic5 is an irc client based on ircII. It is primarily suited to users who
wish to write their own irc scripts or have irc scripts written by others.
Previous versions of epic were 100% compatible with ircII 2.8.2, though
this is no longer the case. Instead we've taken a new direction and chosen
to find places where compatibility with ircII is undesirable and fix them.
No gratuitous incompatibilities have been added, though many new features
epic5 for Debian
A handfull of miscellaneous notes:
* Eight bit characters - If you're having trouble typing or seeing eight
bit characters in epic especially under screen, it's probably because
one of epic's sets is not set properly. Try adding to your rc file:
^set EIGHT_BIT_CHARACTERS on
^set HIGH_BIT_ESCAPE 0
If that doesn't fix it, the script
SSL support for EPIC
In order to connect to an SSL-enabled server, a given server's "server-spec"
must be defined correctly in order for /CONNECT to establish the connection.
<some SSL-enabled server>:<port>:<pass>:<nick>:<group>:IRC-SSL
(Please note that only the first and last fields are mandatory to establish
an SSL connection.)
I guess the time has come to write one of these things. Here is some basic
information that will help you get started with using EPIC.
* THE EPIC HOME PAGE IS: http://www.epicsol.org/
THE EPIC MAIN FTP SITE IS: ftp://ftp.epicsol.org/
THE EPIC IRC CHANNEL IS: #epic on EFNet
* The INSTALL file gives detailed instructions how to install EPIC. If you
are not able to install epic by using the
EPIC(1) BSD General Commands Manual EPIC(1)
epic5 — Internet R
epic5 (1.1.2-2+b3) sid; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for kfreebsd-i386; no sou
This package was first debianized by David N. Welton <email@example.com>,
later redone by Joseph Carter
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