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Modular, dynamic IRC bot

Project description

Modular, dynamic Python IRC bot

Installing

Simply clone the repository and run ./setup.py install. You may need to mark it as executable first, and may need to run it as root or with sudo.

You can also install using pip3 install seshet.

Running

After isntalling, you can test that the installed version works by running seshet-test.py or by opening a Python 3 interpreter and running:

>>> import seshet.config
>>> bot = seshet.config.build_bot()
>>> bot.connect()
>>> bot.start()

This will start a bot using the default configuration. You can terminate the bot at any time by terminating the Python interpreter.

Note: seshet-test.py does not use a database, but creates a log file ./seshet.log. Importing seshet and building a bot using the default configuration as described above does use a database and creates a ./seshet.db file and some ./*.table files.

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