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May 8, 2013 ... ShoesOff is an IRC bouncer written in EmacsLisp. ... or something. ShoesOff is
written with rcirc but it works with any IRC clients connecting to it.
Mar 29, 2013 ... this will install the package kv from the archive to be found at ~/teamchat.net/
shoesoff-elpa . Any inter package dependancies pulling from the ...
I wrote ShoesOff because an IRC bouncer in EmacsLisp was obvious. ... bouncer
port on the laptop so I can connect to ShoesOff even when I am not at home.
Sep 11, 2014 ... ... services (AIM, ICQ, MSN). There is also an IRC bouncer, a proxy, to make your
IRC connections persistent: ShoesOff - IRC bouncer in Emacs ...
... multiple locations, or whatever) that is less permanently connected. Several
different bouncers are available but NicFerrier has written ShoesOff in EmacsLisp
Oct 8, 2014 ... Some of them run Elnode, some run ShoesOff, etc… I normally separate these by
using different operating system users to run them. Otherwise ...
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