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Bersirc 2.x: Updates
It's been a while since the last update. Just to let everyone know what happened: We made a decision to dump Qt in favour of our own GUI toolkit. Obviously, this means alot of rewriting of source code (including moving to C). Expect updates over the next few weeks as we get the new codebase more finished. For those interested, our new toolkit is called Claro and it utilises native OS windowing/widgets to provide a native experience on all OSs. We are currently writing the Windows and Linux-GTK ports of Claro and we do intend on releasing an OSX port as soon as we get easy access to a mac for development. We are also looking into writing Qt and Windows.NET ports by utilizing shared DLL wrapping functions (as Claro is in C).

Frequently Asked Questions added
A new section has been added: FAQ. It has some of the most-asked questions about Bersirc.

Greetings fellow Bersirc fans, the just plain curious, and everyone else!
I am Nicholas Copeland, the new owner of Bersirc. I just happen to be an Open Source ™ zealot. I bought Bersirc and all new versions will be free. My friend Theo Julienne is the primary developer of Bersirc; when he and I have something substantial to release, it will be done under the terms of the - edit: we're choosing a new license! -. We are focusing on the 2.1 release of Bersirc right now. Sorry, but Bersirc 1.4 will receive little maintenance unless demand dictates otherwise. Go ahead and have a look at a sneak peak of Bersirc 2.1. You can find us on irc.free2code.net #Bersirc. Enjoy.




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