irac - 'a p2p instant messenger for tor'-ish
irac is supposed to give you a peer-to-peer (audio-) chat solution that is easy to set-up and easy to use.
This is work in progress and not ready for field use.
Similar to TorChat.
$ sudo npm install irac (TODO: publish when ready ;) $ sudo npm install git://github.com/hakt0r/irac.git
$ irac (normal usage) $ irac-gui (start gui, duh) --nick='anonymous' --port=33023 --torport=9051 --config=~/.irac $ irac id (prints your user-id and public key) $ irac tor (starts only the tor instance with hidden service) $ irac port (prints the tor and irac port-numbers) $ irac devinit (dowloads node-webit and rebuilds modules) $ irac devgui (runs the node-webit gui, requires successful devinit) $ irac buildgui (builds the node-webkit gui, requires successful devinit) $ irac pack (builds a releaseable node-webkit package)
- c) 2010-2013 Sebastian Glaser email@example.com
- c) 2010-2011 Kreem
- c) 2010,2013 flyc0r
Licensed under GNU GPLv3
irac is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later version.
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