ERC is a powerful, modular, and extensible Internet Relay Chat client distributed with GNU Emacs since version 22.1.
ERC comes with the following capabilities enabled by default:
ERC is currently distributed with GNU Emacs. We are planning to make ERC releases available on GNU ELPA to enable ERC users to use newer versions of ERC without having to upgrade their entire GNU Emacs installation.
For documentation and tips on setting up and using ERC, see the ERC manual. Another great resource is the ERC page on the EmacsWiki.
You can ask for help with your ERC setup on the
mailing list, as well as the
#erc channel on the Libera.Chat
IRC network. Beware that
#erc is a low-traffic channel,
and your question may not be answered right away. You can try asking
as well if you don't get a reply in
#erc after a
ERC is currently developed in the
of the GNU Emacs git repository
on GNU Savannah. To contribute to ERC, please see the
file for instructions on contributing to GNU Emacs.
If you would like to contribute to ERC but are not quite sure where to start, come say hi on our emacs-erc mailing list and introduce yourself if you wish, and we would be happy to try and help you get started contributing to ERC!