A simple Python module for applying and stripping formatting from IRC messages.
IRC Message is a simple Python module for applying and stripping formatting from IRC messages. Its primary purpose is for use with Python based IRC bots.
The modules syntax was heavily inspired by Click’s own style and unstyle methods.
You can install the IRC Message Formatter module via pip,
pip install ircmessage
This module provides two primary methods, style and unstyle
ircmessage.style(text, fg=None, bg=None, bold=False, italics=False, underline=False, reset=True):
This method is used to style text with IRC attribute and / or color codes.
ircmessage.style('Hello World!', fg='green')
ircmessage.style('ATTENTION!', bold=True, underline=True)
ircmessage.style('Some things', bg=ircmessage.colors.teal)
This method is used to strip all formatting control codes from IRC messages so that you can safely display and log the contents outside of IRC in a printable format.
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