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JSONBOT(1)							    jsb manual								JSONBOT(1)

jsb-xmpp - The JSONBOT XMPP (Jabber) program SYNOPSIS
JSONBOT is a remote event-driven framework for building bots that talk JSON to each other over XMPP. jsb-xmpp is the shell XMPP program build on this framework DESCRIPTION
jsb-xmpp can connect to Jabber servers, join a conference and react on /msg. It uses TLS to connect to these servers on the default 5222 port. USAGE
Usage: jsb-xmpp [options] Options: --version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -r PATH resume the bot from the folder specified -d DATADIR, --datadir=DATADIR datadir of the bot -u USER, --user=USER JID of the bot -o OWNER, --owner=OWNER owner of the bot -s SERVER, --server=SERVER server to connect to (irc) -c CHANNEL, --channel=CHANNEL channel to join -l LOGLEVEL, --loglevel=LOGLEVEL loglevel of the bot -p PASSWORD, --password=PASSWORD set password used to connect to the server --openfire enable openfire mode --register try to register the user on the server --name=NAME bot's name --port=PORT set port of server to connect to --save save to config file --colors enable the use of colors -n NICK, --nick=NICK nick of the bot DOCUMENTATION
See or for more documentation SEE ALSO
jsb(1), jsb-backup(1), jsb-init(1), jsb-irc(1), jsb-fleet(1), jsb-stop(1), jsb-udp(1), jsb-sleek(1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Bart Thate <>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Debian GNU/Linux 22 Nov 2011 JSONBOT(1)

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ii(1)							      General Commands Manual							     ii(1)

ii - irc it or irc improved DESCRIPTION
ii is a minimalistic FIFO and filesystem based IRC client. It creates an irc directory tree with server, channel and nick name directo- ries. In every directory a FIFO file (in) and and normal file (out) is placed. This will be for example ~/irc/ The in file is used to communicate with the servers and the out files includes the server messages. For every channel and every nick name there will be new in and out files. The basic idea of this is to be able to communicate with an IRC server with basic command line tools. For example if you will join a channel just do echo "/j #channel" > in and ii creates a new channel directory with in and out file. SYNOPSIS
ii [-s servername] [-p port] [-k password] [-i prefix] [-n nickname] [-f realname] OPTIONS
-s servername lets you override the default servername ( -p port lets you override the default port (6667) -k password lets you use a password to authenticate your nick on the server (be aware of the problem that this is visible in the process list, if you don't want this use a query to submit your password) -i prefix lets you override the default irc path (~/irc) -n nickname lets you override the default nick ($USER) -f realname lets you specify your real name associated with your nick DIRECTORIES
~/irc In this directory the irc tree will be created. In this directory you will find a directory for your server (default: irc.freen- in which the FIFO and the output file will be stored. If you join a channel a new directory with the name of the channel will be created in the ~/irc/$servername/ directory. COMMANDS
/a [<message>] mark yourself as away /j #channel/nickname [<message>] join a channel or open private conversation with user /l #channel/nickname leave a channel or query /n nick change the nick name /t topic set the topic of a channel Everything which is not a command will simply be posted into the channel or to the server. So if you need /who just write /WHO as described in the RFC to the server in FIFO. out file usage Write wrappers, pagers or use your tools of choice to display the out file contents (loco, multitail, etc.). CONTACT
Write to ii (at) modprobe (dot) de for suggestions, fixes, 7|-|>< ;) etc. AUTHORS
Copyright (C) 2005-2006 by Anselm R. Garbe <garbeam (at) gmail (dot) com> and Copyright (C) 2005-2008 by Nico Golde <nico (at) ngolde (dot) de> SEE ALSO
echo(1), tail(1), ii(1)
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