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ncdc 1.9g ======== DESCRIPTION ncdc is a modern and lightweight direct connect client with a friendly ncurses interface. Always make sure you run the latest version. You can check for updates and find more information at http://dev.yorhel.nl/ncdc REQUIREMENTS ncursesw bzip2 sqlite3 glib2 libxml2 To enable TLS support, make sure you compile with glib version 2.28 or higher, and that glib-networking is installed at run-time. If you are upgrading from version 1.5 or earlier, you will also need gdbm in order to build the ncdc-db-upgrade utility. BUILDING FROM A RELEASE TARBALL If you managed to fetch an ncdc tarball from somewhere, then you will need the following to build ncdc: - A C compiler - GNU make - pod2man (comes with a default Perl installation) - Header files for the above REQUIREMENTS And the usual commands will get you up and running: ./configure --prefix=/usr make (or gmake) (sudo) make install BUILDING FROM THE GIT REPOSITORY To build the latest and greatest version from the git repository, you will need the stuff mentioned above in addition to: - GNU autotools - The 'makeheaders' program, which is assumed to be in your $PATH (Get it from http://www.hwaci.com/sw/mkhdr/index.html) Then run the following command: autoreconf -i ...and you can use same tricks to build ncdc as with using a release tarball. CONTACT Email: email@example.com Web: http://dev.yorhel.nl/ DC: adc://dc.blicky.net:2780/