Aki progress update

I recently a week ago released Aki 0.0.2. While it has been functional to use but limited to no DCC, and no PM (private messaging). It was able to be used day to day from my testing. I recently fixed about 10 bugs here and down probably a few more.

Recently added nick completion and works pretty good but I'm going to be adding more to it so that it can continue searching while typing if the nick completion window is opened.

I really improved the channel splitting. now you're able to move one tab to the next view and then be able to remove it back with no issues. :D. It's pretty much perfect unless anyone finds any bugs.

Currently working on writing a class so that I can get rid of the NickView off of it since it has no purpose being there and also have the private messaging window so that you can chat privately to your friends. And also trying and implement the message routing in so you can be able to do all the /whois /who, etc without it conflicting underneath.

If anyone wants to help Aki and AkiIrc find bugs so they can be fixed you can grab it from the playground svn location.
svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/network/akiirc
svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/network/aki

Aki depends on AkiIrc. AkiIrc is the IRC library, which can be runned without Aki, just in case
anyone wants to create IRC bots and also when I get Kross and my Plugin system working, you'll be
able to use it in there also.

If anyone has experience with C++, Qt4, KDE4 and IRC. Would like to help, just ping me on
irc.freenode.net #aki.

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