- growlnotify package from the Extras folder in Growl-1.x.y.dmg
- ‘Listen for incoming notifications’ is checked in the Growl Preference Pane
sudo gem install firetower firetower setup
Say something in campfire
firetower say 'blah blah blah'
Say something to a non-default room
firetower say subdomain='mycompany' room='Water Cooler' 'blah blah blah'
Paste a code snippet into campfire
firetower paste < hello.rb
Paste from the clipboaord
firetower paste --from=clip
Paste the selected text
firetower paste --from=sel
Start server (for notifications, bots, etc.)
All configuration is done in Ruby. The context is a Firetower::Sesson object. You can add handlers for events:
receive do |session, event| ... end
Or enable plugins:
Creating a bot
Drop this in ~/.firetower/firetower.conf for a simple (and VERY UNSAFE!) demo of a Campfire bot which will eval arbitrary Ruby code whenever someone prefaces a message with “!eval”:
receive do |session, event| if event.text? && event =~ /^!eval (.*)$/ event.room.paste! "Eval result:\n" + eval($1).to_s end end
The event hooks are HookR events, so any number of handlers can be stacked on a given event. And more advanced usage are possible; for instance, you can attach a Listener object to receive all types of events. In fact, this last is how plugins are implemented.
If you want to write your own Firetower plugins, you should create a gem that contains a path something like this:
Firetower will load the init_v1.rb file on startup. Typically, a plugin will define a Firetower::Session::Listener class (or more than one) in the Firetower::Plugins namespace:
module Firetower module Plugins class MyAwesomePlugin < Firetower::Session::Listener def startup(session) # Some one-time startup code... end def receive(session, event) # Some event-handling code... end end end end
Users can then enable your plugin by installing your gem and adding a line line to their firetower.conf:
Not yet implemented:
Join/leave rooms when subscribing/unsubscribing
Fire all defined hooks, including :shutdown and :leave
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