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Profanity (instant messaging client)

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Profanity (instant messaging client)

Profanity
Developer(s) James Booth
Initial release August 2012
Written in C (programming language)
Operating system Linux
Type Instant messaging client
License GPL
Website .im.profanitywww

Profanity is a text mode instant messaging interface that supports the XMPP protocol. Currently known to work on Linux, OS X and Windows using Cygwin.

Features include multi-user chat, chat state support, contact subscriptions, local user accounts, desktop notifications, and tiny URLs.

External links

  • The Official Profanity website
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