Módulo Xpjirc - XOOPS2_mod_xpjirc.zip


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This is the first module i have tryed to make and it is very simple. It simply includes a html page that has the pjirc applet setup on it in a basic xoops module. Plouf's Java IRC (PJIRC) is a web-based open source IRC client that is written in Java. Any web browser that supports the Java Runtime Environment, or an alternative Java interpreter, can use the applet. Many IRC networks have a public installation of the applet for their network. Until i learn more there is no admin section so you need to config it just like you would configure pjirc. So just edit the file irc.html for server, channel, nick etc. and upload the xpjirc directory to your sites modules directory and install it like any other module. PJIRC was developped by Plouf - plouf@pjirc.com [http://www.pjirc.com] and i have nothing to do with pjirc in any way i just wrote this module. Note: Philippe Detournay, the initial and main contributor, has stopped working on the project since 2005. However, the website forum is still frequently used and moderated by the administrators.

Unlike many other Java applet IRC clients, PJIRC supports DCC connections, and can be run in application mode, without the need of either website or browser, though still requiring some form of Java Runtime Environment. Text highlighting, UTF-8 encoding, nickname autocompletion, auto-linking of nicknames, channel names and URLs, customization through the use of plug-ins, limited scripting using JavaScript, and GUI aesthetic customization are supported.
PJIRC can be embedded on a website as a general purpose IRC client, or with optional customization to connect to a particular server and channel, with certain specified commands permitted to users.


Language support uses external language files, and includes Albanian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Spanish, Estonian, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Swedish, Turkish, and Ukrainian.
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