libicq2000 is an opensource C++ library being developed to support the
icq2000/2001 protocol. It is easy for developers to use as the
backbone for their clients' connection to the ICQ network - all the
protocol work is abstracted away in one nice object-orientated
Follow the link to Sourceforge on the right for details
about mailing lists, and how to get the CVS.
- Message sending/receiving
- URL sending/receiving
- SMS sending/receiving, including delivery
(SMTP gateway delivery too)
- Status changes
- Authorisation Requests
- "You were added" messages
- Fetching user info from server (both basic and advanced)
- Fetching away messages
- Setting custom away messages
- Direct Connections
- Invisibility, including visible/invisible lists
- Ignore lists
21st July 2002
Version 0.3.2 of libicq2000 released.
28th April 2002
made rpms for the latest release for all you Redhatters:
26th April 2002
Next minor release of libicq2000.
- Fixed handling offline messages whilst in
- Fixes to direct connections
- Much better capability support
- Included a TODO
- Firewall friendly port-range binding
17th April 2002
It appears a bug in the
autoconf that was used to generate the configure scripts
has been causing the configure to bail out when testing
for gtkmm and sigc++ on some Redhat 7.x and Mandrake
systems. A quick fix is to download a replacement
configure script from here, save
it over the one unpacked from the tarball and rerun
configure. If you are using ickle you will need to do the
same - go to http://ickle.sourceforge.net/
for a similar fix. A release of the next minor version
will fix this in the next few days.
16th April 2002
First official release of libicq2000. Don't let the 0.3.0
version number confuse you.. that's a hangover from when
it was distributed with ickle.
3rd April 2002
libicq2000 release is almost ready for it's first release,
please help out by checking out the CVS
and testing with ickle!
19th December 2001
libicq2000 surgically separated from ickle. Now it has it's own sourceforge project!
This is a list of clients I know that are using libicq2000 already:
You can contact me on <firstname.lastname@example.org>.