For Your Project
- Install the library in your project directory with
npm install sooty
- Clone the repository
- Change into the directory
- Install dependencies with
The simplest example of using Sooty. It simply listens for the text "Hello" and will respond with "Hello there!" when ever someone in the channel says it.
Robot = require("sooty").Robot sooty = new Robot ssl: true, token: "your_api_key", account: "your_account_subdomain" sooty.behaviour -> @hear "Hello", -> @speak "Hello there!" sooty.connect [ 465901, 456789 ]
A more detailed example coming soon.
Here's there most direct way to get your work merged into the project:
- Fork the project
- Clone down your fork
- Create a feature branch
- Hack away and add tests. Not necessarily in that order
- Make sure everything still passes by running tests
- If necessary, rebase your commits into logical chunks, without errors
- Push the branch up
- Send a pull request for your branch
The MIT License
Copyright (c) 2011 Tom Bell
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