Provided by: circle-gtk_0.173170-2_all
circle-fe-gtk - GTK 2 frontend for the Circle IRC client
Circle is an IRC client which merges the best attributes of a local client and the common screen+irssi recipe: · Keep IRC connects and state on a backend server, allowing disconnections from local UI. · Interact with a real local GUI for the frontend, instead of incurring SSH roundtrips for every keypress. Circle uses Tangence for its underlying communications layer. circle-fe-gtk is a GTK 2 user interface for Circle. It needs circle-be to be installed on the same or a different machine in order to be useful. The circle-fe-gtk command accepts a single argument, a URL to the Circle backend socket. The URL should be one of the following: · tcp://host:port Connect to host:port over TCP. · exec:///path?arguments Execute command path with arguments. · unix:///path Connect to a UNIX socket path. · sshexec://host/path Execute command path with arguments on a remote host over SSH. · sshunix://host/path Connect to a UNIX socket path on a remote host over SSH.
DISPLAY X11 display to connect to.
This manual page was written by Andrej Shadura <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian project (but may be used by others). The author of Circle is Paul Evans <email@example.com>