Autumn (formerly Autumn Leaves) is a full-featured framework on top of which IRC bots and other IRC programs can be quickly and easily built. It features a very Ruby-like (and poignant!) approach to bot writing, model-view-controller separation, a complete framework for loading and daemonizing your bots, an advanced Ruby IRC client, multiple environment contexts, and more!
See Version history for a full list of changes with each release.
Jul 4, 2008: Autumn 3.0 released! More redistributable-friendly directory layout, ERb templates and full MVC abstraction, and much more! Read all about it at Transitioning to Autumn 3.0.
Mar 23, 2008: Autumn 2.0.3 includes some critical bug fixes.
Mar 18, 2008: Autumn 2.0.2 released with more small but important bug fixes.
Mar 13, 2008: Autumn 2.0.1 released with a few small but important bug fixes.
Feb 29, 2008: Autumn 2.0 released! It’s basically a completely new framework: More powerful, more extensible, more beautiful, and just plain awesome! Read all about it at Transitioning to Autumn 2.
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