[REBOL] Find problem from ports Re:(3)
From: jsc:dataheaven at: 1-Oct-2000 6:38
On Sun, 01 Oct 2000, you wrote:
> Your absolutely right - I made my ircparser very simple for the bots
> messages it recieves in the input-buffer based on what I am trying to
> achieve. I do intend to make a full fledged ircparser soon for my script
> but more importantly as a full irc compliant client in accorance with RFC
> 1459. I will also include ident server also when I am done. I did find
> that it wasnt a problem with find it was that I had received a message that
> didnt contain the "!" in the parse. It presented the problem. I fixed it
> with an if function to check for "!" before ircparsing. I have been very
> selective on the which incoming messages I use this ircparser function as I
> have other functions for different messages.
> I appreciate your input. Very helpful.
Why not join forces to create a IRC-Bot that simply blasts all eggdrop-trash
REBOL/Core is small enough to run on Shell-Accounts - it also supports
eough platforms - so it seems to be the perfect language for an IRC-Bot.
I plan following features:
- Maintenance-port that gives a REBOL-Prompt to extend/bugfix the bot at
runtime (Password authenticated with encrypted passwords)
- Several in-IRC commands (KICK,JOIN,SEEN,PART,PASS...)
- Different categories of users with configurable rights
- Inter-Bot-Communications (to work togehter when something happens)
- multiple server-connections from one REBOL process
- and more to come...
I've some experience in writing IRC-Bots. I've written a Bot with C++ and
another with Commn Lisp (fully runtime extensible through maintenance-port)
This bots run for several years now.