Yames of Monsters of Folk

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Adium is a free and open source instant messaging client for macOS that supports multiple IM networks, including Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk, AIM, ICQ and XMPP. It is written using macOS’s Cocoa API, and it is released under the GNU General Public License and many other licenses for components that are distributed with Adium.


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Adium was created by college student Adam Iser, and the first version, “Adium 1.0”, was released in September 2001 and supported only AIM. The version numbers of Adium since then have followed a somewhat unusual pattern. There were several upgrades to Adium 1.0, ending with Adium 1.6.2c.

At this point, the Adium team began a complete rewrite of the Adium code, expanding it into a multiprotocol messaging program. Pidgin’s (formerly “Gaim”) libpurple (then called “libgaim”) library was implemented to add support for IM protocols other than AIM – since then the Adium team has mostly been working on the GUI. The Adium team originally intended to release these changes as “Adium 2.0”. However, Adium was eventually renamed to “Adium X” and released at version 0.50, being considered “halfway to a 1.0 product”. Adium X 0.88 was the first version compiled as a universal binary, allowing it to run natively on Intel-based Macs.

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