IrssiProxy- the IRC proxy -
IrssiProxy is a IRC proxy I wrote for fun and simple testing purposes in
fall 2000/spring 2001. Another reason this software exists is that I grew tired
of people whining about our IRC bot not appreciating their dynamic hostnames,
and decided to give them a chance to have a static host. There were
few decent proxies available (dIRC proxy is definetely one), and after trying to cope
with some of the crappy solutions out there, I wanted to
experiment a little and bang - IrssiProxy was born. The proxy is programmed in Java
programming language for total platform independence and maintainability.
irssiproxy-0.9.6-full.tar.gz - version 0.9.6 beta (compiled classes + source)|
Installing: tar xvzf irssiproxy-?.?.?-full.tar.gz, or similar unpacking software (WinZip for one)
Running IrssiProxy: |
The configuration file
Connect to the proxy as you would connect to an IRC server, with the password specified for you in the config file. The MOTD will have instructions about how to continue, but they are summarized here also:
Just reconnnect to the proxy and any previously detached session will automatically be reattached.