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shortdescription = TalkSoup is a GNUstep IRC client with a minimalistic feel and by far one of the most extensible designs in existence. | shortdescription = TalkSoup is a GNUstep IRC client with a minimalistic feel and by far one of the most extensible designs in existence. |
-currentversion = [http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/talksoup/TalkSoup-1.0alpha.tar.bz2?download 1.0alpha] |+currentversion = [http://savannah.nongnu.org/download/gap/TalkSoup-1.1.tar.gz 1.1] |
-releasedate = September 7, 2005 |+releasedate = April 5, 2015 |
license = GPL2 | license = GPL2 |
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overview = | overview = |
-features = At the core is just a simple class which passes messages between bundles or plugins. The rest of the IRC client is formed entirely by these bundles. This means you can have multiple output bundles such as a GTK output bundle, GNUstep bundle, even a ncurses bundle! And all of these could use other bundles which can do everything from output your incoming messages through a speech program or filter all your outgoing messages through a spell checking bundle. |+features = At the core is just a simple class which passes messages between bundles or plugins. The rest of the IRC client is formed entirely by these bundles. This means you can have multiple output bundles such as a GTK output bundle, GNUstep bundle, even a ncurses bundle! And all of these could use other bundles which can do everything from output your incoming messages through a speech program or filter all your outgoing messages through a spell checking bundle.
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 +As of 1.1 TalkSoup (and [netclasses]) where imported into GAP.
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maintainer = * [mailto:andy@aeruder.net Andrew Ruder] | maintainer = * [mailto:andy@aeruder.net Andrew Ruder] |
-relatedlinks = * [https://github.com/aeruder/talksoup Source code at GitHub]+relatedlinks =
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 +* [http://gap.nongnu.org/talksoup/index.html TalkSoup's new Web Site in GAP]
* [http://talksoup.aeruder.net TalkSoup's Official Web Site (Dead link as of 2014)] * [http://talksoup.aeruder.net TalkSoup's Official Web Site (Dead link as of 2014)]
**[http://web.archive.org/web/20131015081715/http://talksoup.aeruder.net/ Archive] **[http://web.archive.org/web/20131015081715/http://talksoup.aeruder.net/ Archive]
 +* [https://github.com/aeruder/talksoup original Source code at GitHub]
 +* [http://svn.savannah.nongnu.org/viewvc/trunk/user-apps/TalkSoup/?root=gap new Source code in GAP]
* [http://gnustep.blogspot.com/2008/02/stepchat-talksoup-and-grouch.html StepChat, TalkSoup and Grouch] | * [http://gnustep.blogspot.com/2008/02/stepchat-talksoup-and-grouch.html StepChat, TalkSoup and Grouch] |
category = [[Category:Network_Applications]] category = [[Category:Network_Applications]]
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TalkSoup is a GNUstep IRC client with a minimalistic feel and by far one of the most extensible designs in existence.

Current Version: 1.1

  • Released: April 5, 2015
  • Licensed: GPL2

Overview


Features

At the core is just a simple class which passes messages between bundles or plugins. The rest of the IRC client is formed entirely by these bundles. This means you can have multiple output bundles such as a GTK output bundle, GNUstep bundle, even a ncurses bundle! And all of these could use other bundles which can do everything from output your incoming messages through a speech program or filter all your outgoing messages through a spell checking bundle.

As of 1.1 TalkSoup (and [netclasses]) where imported into GAP.

Maintainer

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