Frogbot Perl script

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  • Platform: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
  • Language: Perl
  • Company: Andy Lyttle (View more)

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Frogbot is an IRC bot written in Perl. Frogbot is an IRC bot written in Perl. It is based on Net::IRC and has about 4,000 lines of code, not including several CPAN modules. At this time, it is not Open Source.

Commands are similar to Requests, but may only be invoked by addressing frogbot directly, i.e. frogbot: foo or /msg frogbot foo. Several Commands are reserved for privileged users only. Available commands include:
- google
- ping
- in
- at
- cancel
- jobs
- userinfo
- df
- memory
- perl
- channels
Frogbot's most popular Request is seen, which tells you when frogbot last saw someone and what they said or did. This feature is global across networks, which may lead to nick conflicts (i.e. if two people on two different networks share the same nick, they'll be treated like they're the same person). This feature is case-insensitive, but does not respect RFC1459 case-insensitivity of {}|~ and []^ characters. On a server that uses RFC1459 casemapping, foo[] and foo{} are the same nick, but if someone's nick was foo[], querying frogbot with .seen FOO[] will find them but .seen foo{} will not. Note that frogbot does not see itself (this is partly intentional). Also, there's a version of seen implemented as a Command which will give different results in two instances.

Frogbot has the ability to monitor news headlines from RSS feeds and display them in a channel. This is configured on a per-channel, per-server, per-feed basis. Headlines are displayed in dark grey, with (news) at the beginning, to make it obvious that they're not part of the normal conversation.
Frogbot is a Perl script for Other scripts design by Andy Lyttle. It runs on following operating system: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris.

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Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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