uii is a collection of shell scripts for the minimal irc client ii
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uii – usable irc it synopsis: uii is a wrapper for the minimalistic irc client irc it. if ii is not running and connected to a server, it will be started. uii uses iiinotify, a shell script that uses inotify to monitor irc directory. for messages not displayed in an existing uii instance, a notification is shown. usage: uii server [channel] [nickname] [password] to quit uii, input ^C. configuration: the file $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/uii/logins should contain three space-delimited values per line, represening server, username and password. configuration values are used only if no command line options for nickname and password are given. dependencies: uii depends on awk, ii, inotifywait, lsof, nohup, pgrep, ping, rlwrap, sed, sh, stdbuf and tput. iiinotify depends on notify-send and uii. on a debian-based system, you should be able to install all of them using: apt-get install coreutils dash ii inotify-tools iputils-ping libnotify-bin lsof mawk ncurses-bin procps rlwrap sed bugs: - channels with slashes in them are not accessible (due to ii fail). - (u)rxvt may produce artifacts when uii output scrolls. - resizing the terminal fucks up the layout. - uii has no channel nick name list. license: uii is licensed under the GPL, either version 3 or any later versiona as published by the FSF. uii was written by Nils Dagsson Moskopp (erlehmann).