hircd - Hacky IRC Daemon
hircd is a minimal, hacky implementation of an IRC server daemon written in Python in about 400 lines of code, including comments, etc.
It only has (sometimes basic) support for:
- Public/private messages
It is MISSING support for notably:
- Server linking
- Modes (user and channel)
- Proper error reporting
- Basically everything else
It is mostly useful as a testing tool or perhaps for building something like a private proxy on. Do NOT use it in any kind of production code or anything that will ever be connected to by the public.
- Python (2.6+)
- An IRC client
Usage: ./hircd.py [option] Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit --start Start hircd (default) --stop Stop hircd --restart Restart hircd -a LISTEN_ADDRESS, --address=LISTEN_ADDRESS IP to listen on -p LISTEN_PORT, --port=LISTEN_PORT Port to listen on -V, --verbose Be verbose (show lots of output) -l, --log-stdout Also log to stdout -e, --errors Do not intercept errors. -f, --foreground Do not go into daemon mode.
hircd is Copyright by Ferry Boender, 2009-2013 - Released under the MIT License
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