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There are 2 builds of XChat-WDK:
  • x86 (32 bit)
  • x64 (64 bit)
There's no functional difference between them. If you're using a 64 bit processor and an x64 edition of Windows, you can use the x64 build. The x86 build runs practically on any computer. If you can't run the x64 build, the x64 installer will tell you. In that case, just stick with the x86 version.

You can select the desired features during install.

Of course the main component (XChat-WDK and its supporting libraries) is mandatory. If you're running bots, you may consider installing XChat-Text as well.

If you need localization, install Translations. For spelling install the spelling dictionaries, or if you want to use your own dictionaries, copy them to the proper place after install.

For scripting, you can install the Lua, Perl, Python and Tcl interfaces.

You can select a few plugins to be installed as well, such as the Checksum, Do At, Exec, FiSHLiM, mpcInfo, Winamp, WinSys, WMPA and X-Tray plugins and the Update Checker.

After this, you can customize the installation.

You can select which version of Perl you have (or will have) installed to run Perl scripts with (they can't be mixed). If you didn't select the Perl interface to be installed, this option won't appear.

Lastly, you can use XChat-WDK in portable mode.

After all, if you want to have spelling too, also download and install the Spelling Dictionaries.

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