obj.rest provides a REST server that can serve OBJ objects.
OBJ is a framework you can use to program bots, it’s has it’s own shell (the obj program) that has the following commands:
ed - edit objects. find - find objects. load - load module. log - log some text. meet - add a new user. rm - set _deleted flag. show - show internals. unload - unload module.
the show command can be used to check status:
cfg - show main config cmds - show available commands license - show license mods - show loaded modules tasks - show running tasks uptime - show uptime version - show version
the following modules are available in the OBJ package:
obj.base - base classes. obj.bot - bot base class. obj.clock - timer, repeater. obj.cmds - basic commands. obj.dcc - direct client to client bot. obj.event - event class. obj.fleet - list of bots. obj.handler - queued event handler. obj.irc - irc bot. obj.loader - load modules into a table and scan for comands. obj.select - select based loop. obj.task - a obj thread, launch tasks, get a list of running tasks or kill a task. obj.users - manages users. obj.utils - utility module.
programming your own commands is easy, your can load modules with the -m option. a command is a function with one argument, the event that was generated on the bot
def mycommand(event): <<< your code here >>>
You can use event.reply() to send response back to the user.
OBJ has a “no-clause MIT license” that should be the most liberal license you can get at the year 2019.
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