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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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POE::Component::IRC::Qnet(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			    POE::Component::IRC::Qnet(3pm)

POE::Component::IRC::Qnet - A fully event-driven IRC client module for Quakenet SYNOPSIS
use strict; use warnings; use POE qw(Component::IRC::Qnet); my $nickname = 'Flibble' . $$; my $ircname = 'Flibble the Sailor Bot'; my $port = 6667; my $qauth = 'FlibbleBOT'; my $qpass = 'fubar'; my @channels = ( '#Blah', '#Foo', '#Bar' ); # We create a new PoCo-IRC object and component. my $irc = POE::Component::IRC::Qnet->spawn( nick => $nickname, port => $port, ircname => $ircname, ) or die "Oh noooo! $!"; POE::Session->create( package_states => [ main => [ qw(_default _start irc_001 irc_public) ], ], heap => { irc => $irc }, ); $poe_kernel->run(); sub _start { my ($kernel, $heap) = @_[KERNEL, HEAP]; # We get the session ID of the component from the object # and register and connect to the specified server. my $irc_session = $heap->{irc}->session_id(); $kernel->post( $irc_session => register => 'all' ); $kernel->post( $irc_session => connect => { } ); return; } sub irc_001 { my ($kernel, $sender) = @_[KERNEL, SENDER]; # Get the component's object at any time by accessing the heap of # the SENDER my $poco_object = $sender->get_heap(); print "Connected to ", $poco_object->server_name(), " "; # Lets authenticate with Quakenet's Q bot $kernel->post( $sender => qbot_auth => $qauth => $qpass ); return; } sub irc_public { my ($kernel, $sender, $who, $where, $what) = @_[KERNEL, SENDER, ARG0 .. ARG2]; my $nick = ( split /!/, $who )[0]; my $channel = $where->[0]; if ( my ($rot13) = $what =~ /^rot13 (.+)/ ) { $rot13 =~ tr[a-zA-Z][n-za-mN-ZA-M]; $kernel->post( $sender => privmsg => $channel => "$nick: $rot13" ); } return; } # We registered for all events, this will produce some debug info. sub _default { my ($event, $args) = @_[ARG0 .. $#_]; my @output = ( "$event: " ); for my $arg ( @$args ) { if (ref $arg eq 'ARRAY') { push( @output, '[' . join(', ', @$arg ) . ']' ); } else { push ( @output, "'$arg'" ); } } print join ' ', @output, " "; return 0; } DESCRIPTION
POE::Component::IRC::Qnet is an extension to POE::Component::IRC specifically for use on Quakenet <>. See the documentation for POE::Component::IRC for general usage. This document covers the extensions. The module provides a number of additional commands for communicating with the Quakenet service bot Q. METHODS
"service_bots" The component will query Q its default name on Quakenet. If you wish to override these settings, use this method to configure them. $irc->service_bots(QBOT => ''); In most cases you shouldn't need to mess with these >;o) INPUT
The Quakenet service bots accept input as PRIVMSG. This module provides a wrapper around the POE::Component::IRC "privmsg" command. "qbot_*" Send commands to the Q bot. Pass additional command parameters as arguments to the event. $kernel->post ('my client' => qbot_auth => $q_user => $q_pass); OUTPUT EVENTS
All output from the Quakenet service bots is sent as NOTICEs. Use "irc_notice" to trap these. "irc_whois" Has all the same hash keys in "ARG1" as POE::Component::IRC, with the addition of 'account', which contains the name of their Q auth account, if they have authed, or a false value if they haven't. BUGS
A few have turned up in the past and they are sure to again. Please use <> to report any. Alternatively, email the current maintainer. AUTHOR
Chris 'BinGOs' Williams <> Based on the original POE::Component::IRC by: Dennis Taylor, <> SEE ALSO
POE::Component::IRC <> perl v5.14.2 2011-12-07 POE::Component::IRC::Qnet(3pm)
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