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kvirc



SYNOPSIS

       kvirc [options] [server [port]] [ircurl [ircurl [...]]]


DESCRIPTION

       KVIrc  is a Visual Internet Relay Chat client based on the
       Qt library.

       It is intended to be an "user friendly" interface  to  the
       IRC protocol (see RFC1459) and its extensions.


OPTIONS

       KVIrc accepts the following options:

       -h, --help
               Display a list of all commandline options.

       -v, --version
               Output the version info.

       -c <configfile>
               Use  <configfile> as configuration file instead of
               ~/.kvircrc .

       -n <configfile>
               Use <configfile> as configuration file instead  of
               ~/.kvircrc .  Create if it doesn't exist.

       -f      Force  a  new  KVIrc  session,  even  if  there is
               already a running one.

       -e <commands>
               If a KVirc session is already running, execute the
               <commands> in that session, otherwise startup nor­
               mally and execute <commands>.  <commands> must  be
               a single shell token.

       -r <commands>
               If a KVirc session is already running, execute the
               <commands> in that session, otherwise startup nor­
               mally  (and do NOT execute).  <commands> must be a
               single shell token.

       -m      If a KVIrc session is  already  running,  show  an
               informational  popup  dialog instead of writing to
               the console.

       [server]
               Connect to this server upon startup.

       [port]  Use this port to  connect  to  the  server.   This
       FILES   $PREFIX/share/kvirc/VERSION/* Directory  with  the
              global KVIrc settings , modules etc...

              $HOME/.kvircrc  This  is  the first file that KVIrc
              looks for.  If the -c commandline option is  speci­
              fied  ,  the file passed as the option parameter is
              used instead of this one.  If the file is  found  ,
              KVIrc  reads the first non-empty line and treats it
              as the path to the KVIrc Local directory.   If  the
              file  can not be found or the KVIrc Local directory
              is not existing , KVIrc enters the setup  mode  and
              allows selecting a new KVIrc Local directory.

              KVIrc  Local  directory/*  Directory with the local
              (per user) KVIrc settings.  Similar to  the  global
              one.


SEE ALSO

       X(1) talk(1)


COPYRIGHT

       Copyright ©  1999-2002 Szymon Stefanek

       Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this soft­
       ware and its documentation for any purpose and without fee
       is  hereby  granted,  provided  that  the  above copyright
       notice appear in all copies and that both  that  copyright
       notice  and  this  permission  notice appear in supporting
       documentation.


SUGGESTIONS AND BUG REPORTS

       Any bugs found should be reported to the following  e-mail
       address: <pragma at kvirc dot net>


OFFICIAL WWW SITE

       http://www.kvirc.net


AUTHORS

       Szymon 'Pragma' Stefanek <pragma at kvirc dot net>

       With   patches,   fixes,   extensions,   and   more   from
       [Anodine]@efnet,    Till   'BuTi@ircnet'   Busch,    Fritz
       'KNFritz@ircnet' Elfert, RAD Kade 1

       With  bug-hunting,  hard-thinking,  eyes-consuming, nights
       spent on IRC, great suggestions and more from lots of peo­
       ple  all  over  the net, including but not limited to Paul
       'infected@ircnet' Boehm, Olle 'Crocodile@ircnet'  Hällnäs,
  
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