The TeamTalk Commander (TTCom)

Version 1.4

This is the TeamTalk Commander (TTCom), a command-line interface client for TeamTalk servers. This client is mostly for administrative functions and is not an audio or video client. I expect TTCom may be of use to those meeting any of these criteria:

To install, download and unpack the Zip file and follow the instructions in the included README file.

This page will only provide a download link to the latest released version of TTCom. Older versions may sometimes be reachable by replacing version numbers in the download URL from this page. This page does include the full history of TTCom since its initial public release, most recent updates first.

Here are the changes in TTCom, most recent first. In JAWS, use the h or 3 keys to move through changes by release date, or Tab to jump straight to the download links. Similar commands should work for other screen readers.

Revision 692, released August 13, 2016 (version 1.4)

Revision 652, released November 21, 2015 (version 1.2)

This revision fixes more issues with TeamTalk 5 servers and adds a few enhancements:

Revision 607, released December 20, 2014 (version 1.1)

This release primarily fixes a number of issues TTCom initially had with TeamTalk 5 servers, caused by changes in the text TeamTalk client/server protocol:

The following commands still do not work completely on TeamTalk 5 servers:

Account
List may omit fields, and add/modify will not work.
Intercept and Subscribe
Bits are wrong.
Op
Not tested but not updated command formats.
TT
Not able to write updated file format.

Other changes in this release:

Revision 580, released September 7, 2014 (version 1.0)

This is the initial public release of TTCom and the start of its falling under the GNU Public License (GPL). To learn of TTCom's use through the date of publication, see "All About the TeamTalk Commander." To learn its history prior to publication in more detail, read "TeamTalk Commander (TTCom) Pre-Publication History."

I am publishing TTCom for the following reasons, approximately in this order:

Download: Version 1.4 Zip of Python source