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- Focuses on simplicity, yet tries to still be flexible.
- Only requires standard library packages
- Event based triggering/responses (example, and CTCP too!)
- Documentation is mostly complete.
- Support for a good portion of the IRCv3 spec.
- SASL Auth (currently only
EXTERNALis support by default, however you can simply implement
SASLMechyourself to support additional mechanisms.)
- Message tags (things like
account-tagon by default)
extended-join, etc -- all handled seemlessly (cap.go for more info).
- SASL Auth (currently only
- Channel and user tracking. Easily find what users are in a channel, if a user is away, or if they are authenticated (if the server supports it!)
- Client state/capability tracking. Easy methods to access capability data (LookupChannel, LookupUser, GetServerOption (ISUPPORT), etc.)
- Built-in support for things you would commonly have to implement yourself.
$ go get -u github.com/lrstanley/girc
See the examples within the documentation for real-world usecases. Here are a few real-world usecases/examples/projects which utilize girc:
|nagios-check-ircd||Nagios utility for monitoring the health of an ircd|
|nagios-notify-irc||Nagios utility for sending alerts to one or many channels/networks|
|matterbridge||bridge between mattermost, IRC, slack, discord (and many others) with REST API|
Working on a project and want to add it to the list? Submit a pull request!
- IRCv3: Specification Docs
- IRCv3: Specification Repo
- IRCv3 Capability Registry
- IRCv3: WEBIRC
- KiwiIRC: WEBIRC
- ISUPPORT Specification Docs (alternative 1, alternative 2, relevant draft)
- IRC Numerics List
- Extended WHO (also known as WHOX)
- RFC1459: Internet Relay Chat Protocol
- RFC2812: Internet Relay Chat: Client Protocol
- RFC2813: Internet Relay Chat: Server Protocol
- RFC7194: Default Port for Internet Relay Chat (IRC) via TLS/SSL
- RFC4422: Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL EXTERNAL)
- RFC4616: The PLAIN SASL Mechanism
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