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=begin = rupircd -- Ruby Pseudo IRC Deamon ver 0.6 2009-08-11T23:45:52+09:00 Copyright (c) 2008 Hiromi Ishii You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same term as Ruby. == What is this? It is pseudo ircd written in Pure Ruby. It has following special features. * Using WEBrick * Because of written in pure ruby, you can use it wherever ruby is installed. * You can use it without compiling * It is light because it doesn't relay. * Features for relay are not implemented. * For example, "LINK" Command, "STATS m" Command * Channel having prefix '&' (Local Channel) * Easy to configure! And, it can't do following things, not to say I won't mount those things. * Relaying with other server * Features about relaying * Channel mask It doesn't relay, so it's pseudo. I modified and be using source "irc.rb" of Ruby Irc interfaCE "rice" as "message.rb". Thanks. == Target user * Want to test your own bot without burdening the public server * Want to setup IRC server for family circle * Looking for light ircd * Can't live without ruby! * Fan of the developer(!?) == USAGE ruby ircd.rb sample.conf If you would like to know more details, please read "USAGE.rd". (I will write it later :-P) Well, anyway, Source must be the best Manual for this time, I think. == TODO (1) Think cooler name (2) Implement all commands (whitout about Relaying) (3) Make installer (4) Safe Channel (5) "Service" client == Thanks for * rice (http://arika.org/ruby/rice) * WEBrick * ruby and who would read this README weitten in terrible English by High School Student. =end