Re: What are the best windowed IRC clients, and which are apt-get'able?
On Tuesday 21 October 2003 19:54, Robin wrote:
> First of all, KVIrc 3 is still in beta (according to the website) and has
> been for a very long time, and I didn't want to package beta software for
> Debian. Every now and then I took a look at it, it still appeared very
> much developers-only version.
It looks ready to go to me. According to Szymon Stefanek, the only thing
keeping it from going final is unicode support. In a recent post he actually
said that he thought it should have been released without it and add it in
> Secondly, I just don't like the way KVIrc 3 looks. Its UI is too
> clunky for my tastes. I have to admit some of the UI ideas in KVIrc are
Well I like it. Sure it could be improved but I don't think that should stop
it from being available. Can't we have both and let users decide?
One thing that does bother me is that last time I tried to compile it, it
needed legacy qt headers which doesn't sound good to me.
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