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Help:IRC

From Rosetta Code

Rosetta Code has a presence on IRC.

Point your favorite IRC client to irc.freenode.net, and join #rosettacode. Mind you, there may not be anyone active. But if you stick around long enough, someone will respond.

IRC clients[edit]

You'll need to use an IRC client to connect to the IRC server.

Web Browser[edit]

You can visit Rosetta Code's IRC channel via your web browser on the Special:WebChat page.

Linux[edit]

  • XChat should come with your distribution

Unix[edit]

Windows[edit]

  • mIRC is a popular Windows IRC client.
  • Another choice is SilverEx XChat, a free windows build of XChat.

Windows and Linux[edit]

  • Pidgin/Finch works with other chat protocols as well as IRC.

Mac[edit]

Logging[edit]

Logging is stalled and has been for some time. Anyone who feels like making a logging bot should talk to people (especially Short Circuit) in the IRC channel. A complete listing of logs of the channel are available on request.

Evaluators[edit]

We have some evaluator bots for the languages on Rosetta Code. Here's how to invoke each one in the channel:

Language Prefix Bot
E eel: eel
Haskell > lambdabot