[icq-devel] ANNOUNCEMENT: mICQ 0.4.9



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----- Original Message -----
From: "Rüdiger Kuhlmann" <icq-list-oWUpAQCWC2r4 at ruediger-kuhlmann.de>
To: <icq-devel at blipp.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 7:43 PM
Subject: [icq-devel] ANNOUNCEMENT: mICQ 0.4.9


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> #              ANNOUNCEMENT:    mICQ 0.4.9                          #
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> | mICQ is a portable, small, yet powerful console based ICQ client. |
> | It supports password changing, auto-away, creation of new         |
> | accounts, and other features that makes it a very complete yet    |
> | simple client supporting the current ICQ v8 protocol.             |
> |                                                                   |
> | A lot of other ICQ clients are based in spirit on mICQ,           |
> | nevertheless mICQ is still _the_ console based ICQ client.        |
>
> After weeks of hard work developing mICQ, the new stable version
> 0.4.9 is finally out. It's functionality has been completely ported
> to the new v8 protocol, including support for the v8 peer-to-peer
> protocol. The setup of new accounts has been made easier, among other
> interface cleanups. The configuration file has been reorganized and
> now lives in ~/.micq/micqrc. Some v8 specific features were added,
> including sending SMS. mICQ has been translated to several languages,
> German, French and Russian beeing the most up to date translations.
> Character conversion for Russion and Japanese is also included. mICQ
> recognizes other ICQ clones including licq, StrICQ, Miranda, mICQ and
> generically the version numbers of all clones following the generic
> identification method. It also supports the use of SOCKS5 in case
> you're firewalled. You may configure it to execute arbitrary commands
> on incoming messages or online/offline events. mICQ is portable, as
> it doesn't require any external library, so it should run on Linux,
> BSD, AmigaOS, Win32, BeOS, Solaris and other commercial Unices.
> Download at:
>
>        http://www.micq.org/download.shtml
>
> Binaries (i386 .deb and .rpm) are included; the debianization and the
> rpm spec file are included in the .tgz. So distributions may update
> their packages easily (RedHat 7.3 is at mICQ 0.4.6pl1...).
>
> Have fun,
>    Rüdiger (current mICQ maintainer).
>
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