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JSONBOT(1)							    jsb manual								JSONBOT(1)

NAME
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 http://jsonbot.org or http://jsonbot.appspot.com/docs 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 <bthate@gmail.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Debian GNU/Linux 22 Nov 2011 JSONBOT(1)

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JIRC(1p)						User Contributed Perl Documentation						  JIRC(1p)

NAME
jirc - Bridges an IRC channel to a Jabber conference room. SYNOPSIS
jirc [OPTIONS] --config CONFIG -C, --config CONFIG Load config file as specified by CONFIG -V, --version Report version of script -h, --help Show detailed documentation. OPTIONS
-C CONFIG, --config CONFIG Specify the configuration file to load. Required. -V, --version Report the version of this script. -h,--help Show detailed documentation. DESCRIPTION
The jirc bot logs into an IRC channel and a Jabber conference room. It will relay conversations between the two rooms, identifying each of the speakers in braces ([]). Actions are forwarded as well. There are some in-room commands that jirc responds to: !help Display summary of available jirc commands. !who Display a list of people online on the other end of the bridge. !shutdown Immediately quit the rooms and shutdown. CONFIGURATION
The file specified with the --config option contains field/value pairs, one per line: field: value For example: mode: production The required configuration fields are: mode Can be either "production" or "test". When running in "test" mode, the nicks and channel names all have "-test" appended to them so that jirc behavior can be tested in separate channel. irc-nick The IRC nickname to sign in with. Since this is a bridge, a short nick is recommended. To avoid confusion, it should match the jabber-alias. irc-username The IDENT username to sign in with. Since this is a bridge, a short name is recommended. To avoid confusion, it should match the irc-nick. irc-ircname The IRC Username to sign in with. Since this is a bridge, a description of the bridge and a contact email address is recommended. irc-chan The IRC channel to join; the IRC side of the bridge. irc-server The IRC server to join. jabber-protocol The Jabber protocol to use, either "XMPP" or "Legacy". jabber-id The Jabber identifier, in the form: NAME@SERVER/RESOURCE jabber-server-ip Not all Jabber servers run on the same IP as the A record for their domain indicates. If your server runs like this, set the correct IP or hostname here. Note that jirc doesn't currently pay attention to SRV records. jabber-password The password for the Jabber ID. jabber-plaintext Set to "1" to allow the password to be sent over the wire in plaintext or not - you'll need this for some servers that don't support DIGEST-MD5 with legacy authentication. (Default: 0) jabber-reconnect-delay How long to wait in seconds between disconnects before attempting a reconnect. (Default: 0) jabber-port The port to use for Jabber connections. This is normally 5222. jabber-conference The name of the Jabber conference room to join, in the form ROOM@SERVER jabber-alias The Jabber alias to use when joining the Jabber conference room. Since this is a bridge, a short nick is recommend. To avoid confusion, it should match the irc-nick. jabber-admin The email address of this bot's owner. prefix The prefix used for the built-in in-room commands. This is normally "!". quiet-status Suppress bridging of status messages (joins, parts and presence changes). Normally 0. irc-port The port to use for IRC connections. This is normally 6667. irc-reconnect How many seconds to wait until reconnecting after a missed IRC "TIME" response. This is normally 60. irc-time-delay How many seconds between "TIME" requests. This is normally 30. irc-debug When set to 1, this enables verbose debugging of the IRC side of communications. This is normally 0. jabber-debug When set to 1, this enables verbose debugging of the Jabber side of communications. This is normally 0. debug When set to 1, this enable verbose debugging of the general operation of the jirc bridge. This is normally 0. AUTHOR
Kees Cook <kees@outflux.net> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2005-2009 by Kees Cook <kees@outflux.net>. This program is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License. perl v5.10.1 2009-10-26 JIRC(1p)

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