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- Subject: [ANN] IRC Client Daemon 1.0 (aka irccd)
- From: David Demelier <demelier.david@...>
- Date: Fri, 13 Sep 2013 20:00:15 +0200
I'm happy and glad to tell you my release of my first real Lua project.
I created irccd, an IRC bot that acts as a daemon and wait for IRC
events to call Lua (currently 5.2) scripts.
Irccd understand the most popular IRC events like :
* Channel joins / part
* Channel message
* Topic change
Irccd may also act as a client when using sockets or its dedicated tool
called irccdctl. This time you're controlling irccd to send message,
join channels and such.
It's written in C++11 and use only libircclient, libxdg-basedir (for
unix) and Lua as libraries.
Note: you can disable Lua support freely.
If you're intersted, irccd works on Windows, Linux and FreeBSD.