Bip is an IRC proxy, which means it keeps connected to your preferred IRC servers, can store the logs for you, and even send them back to your IRC client(s) upon connection. You may want to use bip to keep your logfiles (in a unique format and on a unique computer) whatever your client is, when you connect from multiple workstations, or when you simply want to have a playback of what was said while you were away.
Author: Loïc Gomez <kyoshiro [at] users [dot] berlios [dot] de>
Author: Arnaud Cornet <nohar [at] users [dot] belios [dot] de>
Maintainer: Michael Tross <michael [at] tross [dot] org>
Remark: Does cross compile (as setup and patched in T2).
Build time (on reference hardware): 5% (relative to binutils)2
Installed size (on reference hardware): 0.17 MB, 19 files
Installed files (on reference hardware): n.a.
1) This page was automatically generated from the T2 package source. Corrections, such as dead links, URL changes or typos need to be performed directly on that source.
2) Compatible with Linux From Scratch's "Standard Build Unit" (SBU).