You then create an IRCClientSession object in your code, assign the required properties, and call connect: to connect to the server and run: to create the new thread and start receiving events. For example:
IRCClientSession *session = [[IRCClientSession alloc] init]; MyIRCClientSessionDelegate *controller = [[MyIRCClientSessionDelegate alloc] init]; [session setDelegate:controller]; [controller setSession:session]; [session setServer:@"irc.dal.net"]; [session setPort:@"6667"]; [session setNickname:@"test"]; [session setUsername:@"test"]; [session setRealname:@"test"]; [session connect]; [session run]; //starts the thread
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