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README.md

GoRobot

Yet Another IRC robot.

Features:

  • Multiple servers, multiple channels, conversations, flood control
  • Administration via a specific set of IRC channels
  • JSON configuration
  • Module to handle shell scripts, through a tiny API

Docker

# Build
docker build -t aimxhaisse/gorobot .

# Run in foreground
docker run -i -t -rm aimxhaisse/gorobot

# Run in background
docker run -d aimxhaisse/gorobot

# Mounts scripts directory for dev
docker run -i -t -rm \
       -v $(pwd)/root/ /home/gorobot/gorobot/root/ \
       aimxhaisse/gorobot

Extending with Docker

FROM aimxhaisse/gorobot
ADD . ./root
...

Commands

How it works

Commands can be added in folders scripts/{admin,public,private}.

  • Private commands are executed when talking in private with the bot.
  • Public commands are executed on all channels.
  • Admin commands are executed on master channels (see grobot.json).

Available commands

Private: !spoon

Public: !chat !non !pokemon !roulette !viewquote !ninja !fax !pwet !boby !matrix !oui !template !statquote ...

Admin: !addquote !join !kick !part

How to add new commands

You can add new commands in whatever language you want. Current ones are in PHP or Lua (with some helpers to do the dirty job). Commands are executed like this:

./bin/scripts/xxx/yyy.cmd <port> <server> <channel> <user> <param1> <param2> <...>

Example, "UserA" invokes "!hejsan 42" on the channel #toto42 of freenode:

./bin/scripts/xxx/yyy.cmd 2345 freenode #toto42 UserA 42

The port is a local port opened by the module "scripts", it accepts raw IRC commands in the following way:

<server> <priority> RAW_COMMAND

Server is the server where the command has to be executed, priority is a number (1, 2 or 3) indicating the priority of the command. This priority is meaningful on servers having flood control (you may want to kick someone before printing 42 lines).

Example of a bash command:

#!/usr/bin/env bash

port=$1
serv=$2
chan=$3
user=$4

echo "$serv 1 PRIVMSG $user :th3r3 1s n0 sp0on..." | nc localhost $po

Once the command is created, don't forget to chmod it (+x).

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