Added by Sphinx on June-18-2007, 4:02 pm
PJIRC - pronunciate Pi as the Greek letter, J as in Java, and "irk" as James T. Kirk - stands for "Plouf's Java IRC Client".
Originally, PJIRC wasn't supposed to become a popular java irc client. It was just a little test to know whether I (Plouf) was able to help some friends at the designing of a little webchat application for their website: Mandragor.
But after having spent some evening on this "little test", the client was already more advanced than it was supposed to be, Pixx designed an original interface and PJIRC was born.
So PJIRC was used as a webchat for Mandragor, using the DWChat irc network. Soon after, DWChat decided to use it on their official websiste. Since DWChat was close to Apinc, a non-commercial internet association, some of the websites it was hosting started to use PJIRC as well. In order to offer some support to those people, a mailing list was created.
Today, PJIRC is a very complete Java IRC Client. It can be run from an applet, but can also be executed from any "stand alone" java virtual machine. Here is a non-exhaustive list of its features:
PHP Version can be found on WyldRyde
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