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This is the XInfoAqua project ("xinfoaqua")
This project is hosted by SourceForge.net. The project team describes it as:
This is an X-Chat Aqua info script. there are so many forks of the script so we want to unite it now and make it more easy to add your work to the script. Update. This project is a bit on ice. I dont have a Mac to code on at the moment. If there is anyone that want to code on it let me know and i will add to the list so you can upload to here. Update 2012-07-03 I have a mac at home again, and i have seen that the new Ivy Bridge intels do make some problems with the script, so i will start to work on the cpu detection part of the script some more. I will also see if i can bundle it with XChat Azure insted of the old XChat Aqua i have now. Or if they are willing to bundle the script in that insted. But the first part will be to get CPU Detection back on track.
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