- The oriinal code was written by Jarkko Oikarinen.
- Editor from Richard Stallman and the Free
- If this doesn't
work, you may need to load the client into your emacs session before.
- Originally designed by Michael Sandrof.
- Don't you hate footnotes ?
- What's a ``channel'' will be explained on
`` ON'' command for instance...
- It has already been done...
- The syntax
of the commands uses the following conventions: parameters are between
<angle brackets>, [square brackets] surround optional parameters
and options are separated by |.
- In ircII
versions prior to 2.2, too many people in the NOTIFY list
cause excessive slowness.
- Most of the
informations in this section can also be obtained by issuing
`` /HELP CHANNEL''
These lists may be very long! Remember to filter them with `` -MIN n''.
- Note that the look of the result
depends on each client version, and might not be exactly the
same as in the examples shown here.
- Most of the informations in this section
can also be obtained by issuing `` /HELP MODE''.
- Don't use this
command too often, it floods the net with worthless information.
- Don't rely on the user@host given by the
WHOIS command to send mail. For people registered on NickServ,
you can `` /msg NickServ@Service.de WHOIS nick'' to get their
- This list can get very long!
- It's up to the server administrator to
implement this feature or not. It may not work on some machines.
- When someone says, ``I want a
programming language in which I need only say what I wish done,''
give him a lollipop. --- Alan Perlis, Epigrams on Programming (1982),
quoted by Donald E. Knuth in the TeXbook.
- Check the list in the
Frequently Asked Questions part.
- Craziness is
a frequent disease among robots...
Bandits have already been able to crack people's account through
- German users may try the channels
named after German university towns...
is supposed to support the ISO Latin-1 8-bit character set, but
your client must be able to display them...
but you know that already...
- Special thanks to Olaf Titz !
Thu Jan 12 11:58:54 GMT 1995