26 May 2004 bmastenbrook   » (Master)

As a follow-on to yesterday's blog:

I've released an interim version of CL-IRC, containing OpenMCL compatibility and a few small fixes. It's hosted on my server for now, while CL.net is dead.

I've released the new version of chavatar. It really is quite nice to have a persistent IRC client with a web interface that I can use from multiple computers (and my cell phone). Unlike other web IRC clients, it maintains a persistent connection and is password-protected.

chavatar requires the newest Araneida and CL-IRC versions, so be sure to update those before installing. If you don't already have those installed, or have the latest versions already, you should just be able to asdf-install chavatar on SBCL. If you download Araneida CVS, it should also work on OpenMCL.

The demo server for chavatar is still up and running; username "demotar", password "demotar".

Since CL.net is dead, lisppaste is now running on an OpenDarwin server, this time under OpenMCL. It's a good test case for the OpenMCL Araneida port. The new url is http://lamancha.opendarwin.org:8000/paste/new. XML-RPC is running on port 8185, as before.

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