DMDirc is a cross-platform IRC client written in Java. Its features include:
The DMDirc source code is available for anyone to download and modify
DMDirc doesn't and will never cost anything to download or use
Execute commands when certain events happen, without using a scripting language
Support for both mIRC and hex colours, as well as bold, italics and more
Works on Windows, Linux and OS X — anywhere that can run Java!
Intelligent tab completion and link detection makes life easier
This isn't all! Why not try DMDirc to see what it can do?
It’s been a while since we posted on here, but DMDirc 0.7 was released for download earlier this month on Jan 5th.
You can get it from the usual place, and if you are a Debain/Ubuntu user you can now also get it from our apt repository (details on the downloads page).
A lot of the work in this version has been tidying up (or trying to!) the code base a bit, and fixing bugs rather than adding many new features.
As we appear to have neglected to mention 0.6.7 on the blog, some of the fixes/changes since 0.6.5 include:
(A full list of resolved issues can be obtained from JIRA)
Since 0.6.5 we have also added:
DMDirc has reached a stage were we find ourselves not really needing to tinker with it much or add many new features to it often as it pretty much “just works” for us, however we welcome feedback, suggestions and feature requests from users.
We look forward to hearing from you, and we hope you enjoy DMDirc 0.7!