OB - Framework to program bots
to start an IRC bot use these options:
ob-irc -s localhost -c \#obbot -n obbot
use the –write options if you want to save your commandline options so starting the bot without providing them works.
to edit config options use the ed command:
ob ed config irc channel \#obbot
programming your own commands is easy, your can load your own module with the -m option a command is simple a function with one argument, the event the was generated on the bot.
def mycommand(event): <<< your code here >>>
you can use even.reply() to send response back to the user.
HF coding and feedback is always welcome, just write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The OB package provides these programs:
ob - object command line ob-sh - the OB shell ob-daemon - start the bot in a background proces ob-do - create a egg ob-docs - create documentation ob-irc - IRC bot ob-rest - REST server ob-rss - fetch and display feeds. ob-sed - sed program ob-test - test program ob-udp - used for udp to IRC channel relay
OB shell has the following commands:
begin cfg - show config files. cmds - show list of commands. correspondence - show email conversations. deleted - show deleted records. ed - edit saved json objects. end - stop the timer, show elapsed time. exit - stop the program. fetcher - collect rss feeds. find - find objects in the datastore. fleet - show list of registered bots. friday - set todo item for friday. holiday - set todo item for the holidays. house - remember things todo around the house. kill - stop a thread. last - show last record of a object type. load - load a module. log - log some text. ls - list subdirectories in the workdir. mbox - scan a mbox/maildir and convert items to OB objects. meet - add a user monday - log a todo item on monday perm - change permissions of a user. ps - show running threads. quit - quit the IRC server. reboot - reboot the bot. rm - set the deleted flag on an object. rmperm - remove permissions. rss - add a RSS feed's url. saturday - log todo for saturday. shop - add to shopping list. sunday - sunday's todo list. test - echo test response. todo - store a todo item. timer - echo text on a certain time. thursday - thursday events. tuesday - tuesday's things todo. unload - unload a module. uptime - show uptime. user - user lookup. version - show OB version. wednesday - thing todo on a wednesday
type the commands without an argument and you’ll be presented with a list options.
the following modules can be loaded from the ob package space:
ob - the ob package containing the Object class providing load/save to JSON functionality. bot - bot module for the Bot class, contains the basic Bot to inherit from. cli - the command line interface bot giving access to the bot on the shell. clock - time, clock and repeater functions and classes. cmds - commands subpackage containing the above listed commands. db - database functionality that can search through objects stored on disk. dcc - direct chat to chat bot. email - email scanning and analysing. entry - enter logs, todoos and shop items etc. event - the Event class generated on bots when data is read from the socket. fleet - list of registered bots managed in the Fleet class. handler - the event handler of the bot. init - start/stop scripts. irc - IRC bot. loader - Loader class to load modules from ob space into the program. obj - the “dotted access dict” class allowing attribute access to dicts. rest - a REST server to share objects over HTTP. rss - feed pollers that can echo feeds to the IRC channel. shell - shell related startup, cli arguments parsing and logging. test - test code. thr - thread module to launch, kill threads. trace - get tracedumps in a single string format. udp - udp to IRC channel server, tail -f your log files to a channel. users - user management module. utils - utility sub pakcage.
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