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nTAIM
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to build:

./configure [--enable-debug] 
make
make install

platforms known to work on:
Linux 2.2/2.4 x86, PPC, Sparc, Alpha 
SunOS/Solaris 2.6/2.8
FreeBSD 4.3
HURD

BuddyPounces: 
because i'm lazy and it's actually easier to work with.... the "when" argument 
for buddy pounces is a bit mask. SIGNON = 1, SIGNOFF = 2, GOAWAY = 4, 
UNAWAY = 8, and UNIDLE = 16. Just add the numbers together to get the pounce 
event you want. Ex. if the signon or become unaway would be 1 + 8 or 9. "type" 
is simply 1, 2, or 3. Where 1 = SEND_MESSAGE, 2 = BEEP, and 3 = CALL_PROGRAM.

args for pounce:
send_message = /addpounce <whotopounce> <when> 1 <whotomesg> <"message">
beep = /addpounce <whotopounce> <when> 2 <num of beeps>
command = /addpounce <whotopounce> <when> 3 <"command">

Control Keys:
b: scrolls queried buddy to left (also left arrow)
f: scrolls queried buddy to right (also right arrow)
p: scrolls up in history buffer (also up arrow)
n: scrolls down in history buffer (also down arrow)
k: clears input string
r: sets queried buddy to last person or chat room who IMed you
u: joins the chat room which you were last invited to
l: redraws screen
e: clears main chat screen (same as '/clear')
c: closes current window
x: forword in multiwindow list (also page up)
z: back in multiwindow list (also page down)

Notes:
Only online buddies are shown in the buddy list window, takes up less
room. Certain functions have safety precautions that do something
other than what might be expected and you may have to do the command
again... ex. querying buddy... if the buddy isnt on your list.. it
tries to add them... and has to wait for info on whether they are on
or not so can actually query them at that time.