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* Implement DBus
 
* Implement DBus
 
* Implement Plugins
 
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* IRC:// IRCS:// IRC6:// urls
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* Logging system
 
=== Dialogs ===
 
=== Dialogs ===
 
* Make UrlWatcher catch Urls
 
* Make UrlWatcher catch Urls
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* Write the ScriptLoader Dialog
 
* Write the ScriptLoader Dialog
 
* Write a Script Dialog to edit scripts inside Aki
 
* Write a Script Dialog to edit scripts inside Aki
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* Write BanList
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* Write Topic History
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* Write DCC
 
=== ServerView ===
 
=== ServerView ===
 
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* Finish setting up the reply codes
 
* Finish setting up the reply codes
 
* Make it possible to see /list /who etc in the parser
 
* Make it possible to see /list /who etc in the parser
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* Arbitrary highlighting
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* Auto away (optional auto announcing) configurable time since last message
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* Last message line
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* Ignore system (full where it completely removes PRIVMSG from user) or Half-Ignore (User sets colour (Default light grey) so you can see them but know they are ignored))
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* DCC Support
 
=== Configuration ===
 
=== Configuration ===
 
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=== ChatInput ===
 
=== ChatInput ===
 
* Make the tab completion keep searching on a character pressed on the keyboard only when the completion box is running.
 
* Make the tab completion keep searching on a character pressed on the keyboard only when the completion box is running.
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=== Menu ===
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* Add conference mode. (hides parts/quits/modes etc) (configurable)
 
== Screenshots ==
 
== Screenshots ==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
Image:Akiscreenshotwin.png|Aki v0.0.2 on Windows
 
Image:Akiscreenshotwin.png|Aki v0.0.2 on Windows
 
</gallery>
 
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Revision as of 06:28, 18 July 2009

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Contents

About Aki

Aki is an Extensive IRC Client written for KDE4. Is it design to give a lot of customising options for the users, while also keeping it very simple to the non power users. Has a separate library called AkiIrc to allow yours to create bots separately from Aki or with Aki together.

Development

General Information

AkiIRC ToDo

  • Implement Reply codes
  • Switch from QSslSocket to KTcpSocket
  • Finish the Aki::Irc::Channel class
  • Add function to extract Urls (Should this be under Aki instead?)
  • Add documentation
  • Create tutorials

Aki ToDo

Backend

  • Implement Kross
  • Implement DBus
  • Implement Plugins
  • IRC:// IRCS:// IRC6:// urls
  • Logging system

Dialogs

  • Make UrlWatcher catch Urls
  • Make Character Selector work
  • Rewrite MessageLog dialog to text base instead of QTableWidget
  • Add ReplaceWord Dialog
  • Complete the PluginLoader Dialog
  • Write the ScriptLoader Dialog
  • Write a Script Dialog to edit scripts inside Aki
  • Write BanList
  • Write Topic History
  • Write DCC

ServerView

  • Make tabs moveable
  • Make tabs closeable

ChannelView

  • Make PrivateTab tab be able to be coloured.
  • Finish setting up the reply codes
  • Make it possible to see /list /who etc in the parser
  • Arbitrary highlighting
  • Auto away (optional auto announcing) configurable time since last message
  • Last message line
  • Ignore system (full where it completely removes PRIVMSG from user) or Half-Ignore (User sets colour (Default light grey) so you can see them but know they are ignored))
  • DCC Support

Configuration

  • Implement all the default colours
  • Add buttons to select colours for online/away in the NickList
  • Add General Page
  • Add Alias Page
  • Add Highlighting Page

ChatInput

  • Make the tab completion keep searching on a character pressed on the keyboard only when the completion box is running.

Menu

  • Add conference mode. (hides parts/quits/modes etc) (configurable)

Screenshots


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