rcirc Manual

rcirc is an Emacs IRC client.

IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is a multi-user chat protocol. Users communicate with each other in real-time. Communication occurs both in topic channels which are collections of many users, or privately, with just one other user.

Basics
Reference
Fighting Information Overload
Hacking and Tweaking
GNU Free Documentation License
Key Index
Variable Index
Index

Detailed Node Listing

Basics

Reference
rcirc commands
Useful IRC commands
Configuration
Fighting Information Overload
Channels
People
Keywords
Notices
Hacking and Tweaking
Skipping /away messages using handlers
Using fly spell mode
Scrolling conservatively
Changing the time stamp format
Defining a new command
Reconnecting after you have lost the connection

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