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Greetings everyone, I am pleased to present an irc client that will be specifically made to connect to osu!Bancho.
Light, fast and hopefully bug free!

Currently the project is in hiatus (lazy) !


Source code is temporarity unavailable, planning to move to GitHub.
http://flan.s-ul.eu/gEIXt9L2[/img:1337]


osu!rc team
  1. Flanster (lead dev)
  2. Pannari (dev)
  3. Pawsu (tester)

Requirements:
  1. .NET Framework 4
  2. Windows XP SP3 and above
  3. Internet connection (duh)


A few features have been added so far:
  1. Base client
  2. Shitty UI
  3. Settings & Config
  4. Friends list
  5. Crash/error handling and logging
  6. Avatars
  7. Highlight notification popups


Features to be added:
  1. Proper main chat control
  2. Password encryption
  3. Channel and tab managment
  4. Ignore list
  5. Updater
  6. Private messages
  7. Other shenanigans features


Bonus features:
  1. Chiptune player (XM/MOD/S3M/IT/UMX)


Features that might not be added
  1. Support for mobile platforms
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Excited
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Will it be available for mobile ? (Say yes)
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xasuma wrote:

Will it be available for mobile ? (Say yes)
Sorry, no. I don't do mobile.
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Friend list is required
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Kert wrote:

Friend list is required
If you're talking about porting your online friendslist, no idea how thats going to happen without peppy's help.
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How'd you do the auth? Did you packet sniff the client?
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Doing the auth gives you a personal password which you can use as an IRC password to log on without going to the auth page. This is the password you enter in the app (not your osu! password)

Also getting friend lists is totally possible if you scrape the friend list page, but that might get messy.
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MillhioreF wrote:

Doing the auth gives you a personal password which you can use as an IRC password to log on without going to the auth page. This is the password you enter in the app (not your osu! password)

Also getting friend lists is totally possible if you scrape the friend list page, but that might get messy.
Even if so, how am I supposed to access someone else's friends list page lmao.
It's too complicated for me, tbh, not planning on doing something like this.
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You'd have to open a local websocket and include scraping logic in the client, and then be very very careful the program won't scrape more than maybe once every 30 seconds or so (to avoid stealing server bandwidth). Probably not worth the hassle.
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If there is no way to get a friend list using peppy's API let the user provide a text file with user names/ids or so atleast. Then you can show them in your app using standard irc ways
Really. The absense of a friend list is the thing that makes all other irc clients not convinient to use with osu!
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Kert wrote:

If there is no way to get a friend list using peppy's API let the user provide a text file with user names/ids or so atleast. Then you can show them in your app using standard irc ways
Really. The absense of a friend list is the thing that makes all other irc clients not convinient to use with osu!
I guess I can add an option for pasting the names from the page.
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Are you going to open source it? What language is it written in?
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VB.NET, ofcourse ew lmao. C# is a lightyear away for me though. If theres an actual need for it to be opensrc then maybe.
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well adding a friendlist would be great, but how do we know if those are online? like a userlist?
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Deimos wrote:

well adding a friendlist would be great, but how do we know if those are online? like a userlist?
Checking it to a userlist yes, I've made one already. It'll happen.

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Damn this looks good
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An alpha release is added to the OP (see details).
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Very nice project. Looking forward for the fully version...

EDIT :
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Wish my school didn't block IRC.
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