dywypi is an IRC bot you can extend with plugins.
It also contains a simple IRC protocol implementation for
asyncio, which can be used independently of the bot.
dywypi requires at least Python 3.3 — it's based on the
asyncio library, which uses the
yield from syntax.
dywypi has not yet had a stable release, so you must install it from git. (You may wish to do this from a virtualenv.)
pip install [--user] 'git+https://github.com/eevee/dywypi.git#egg=dywypi'
Starting the bot
To start the bot run
python -m dywypi ircs://<nick>:<password>@<host>/<channel>, for example:
python -m dywypi ircs://atlas:email@example.com/example.
Note that depending on your system, your Python 3 binary may be called
By default, the bot doesn't load any plugins. Pass one or more
-p <name> to load plugins by name, or use
-p ALL to load all detected plugins.
Creating a plugin
You do not need to edit dywypi's codebase to create new plugins. Instead, put your plugin modules in a
dywypi_plugins directory. Any module in the
dywypi_plugins. namespace will be automatically discovered and scanned. (Of course, you must still load your plugin with
-p <name> or
Don't create a
dywypi_plugins is a namespace package (see PEP 420) and should never contain an
Example Plugin: Reverse
from dywypi.plugin import Plugin plugin = Plugin('reverse') @plugin.command('reverse') def reverse(event): yield from event.reply(event.message[::-1])
A conversation with a bot running the reverse plugin would look something like this:
<campaul> atlas: reverse foobar <atlas> campaul: raboof
You can install in "editable" mode by passing
The (currently rather small) test suite uses pytest. Run it with
py.test dywypi. Tox is also supported; you should be able to run
tox to run the test suite with coverage support and also do a flake8 pass.
Tickets and pull requests are welcome!