I have a java client ready. Command line - very basic rudimentary stuff - but it works
(and should work on all platforms)It takes about 6.9MB of RAM - that is if it has to keep running - this is an improvement from thier java client which occupies about 14MB, however, I don't have a gui (I don't see any point in one anyway - but might put one in later). From what I learned - you only have to keep the client running if you have that hearbeat crap enabled. Otherwise - it will just log you on and exit like a nice program. If heartbeat is "enabled" but does not run,your connection just dies after 15-30 minutes.I'll do whatever I can from the memory point of view - but I don't know how much I can reduce the memory consumption. Java client was programmed pretty fast (with all the cool libraries). So, I'll see if I can redo it as a standard windows
program too.Stay tuned.