Should be something like this, once implemented:
Assuming you already have node.js, and npm, run:
$ git clone https://github.com/thedjpetersen/subway.git $ cd subway
Install the dependencies using npm:
$ npm install
Launch the web server
Point your browser at
Discussion about the client takes place on this repository's Issues page. Contributors are welcome and greatly appreciated.
Its goals are twofold:
1) Become the best web-based IRC client available
2) Provide a really easy method of persistent IRC connections, available from any web browser
The inspiration for Subway was trying to watch a fellow programmer try to explain how to set up screen/irssi to a non-technical person.
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