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Old 09-14-2011, 07:06 PM   #1
penyuan
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Question Keep alive irc connections in Emacs 23.3 erc-tls mode?


I use erc for irc communication in Emacs 23.3, but my connections keep getting dropped if I remain idle for a couple hours.

Is there a way to setup a keep alive signal for irc in Emacs 23.3 erc-mode? Something like keep alive for SSH connections?

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