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#!/usr/bin/python
"""

ircAsync -- An asynchronous IRC client interface.

This is intended as a component in a semantic web agent
with several interfaces, one of them being IRC.
It's implemented on top of asyncore so that the same
agent can export an HTTP interface in asynchronous,
non-blocking style.

see Log at end for recent changes/status info.

Share and Enjoy. Open Source license:
Copyright (c) 2001 W3C (MIT, INRIA, Keio)
http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Legal/copyright-software-19980720

$Id: ircAsync.py,v 1.9 2003/10/15 01:54:10 timbl Exp $

Contains various improvements by Michael Farrell <http://micolous.id.au> (2010)
to make it a lot nicer to work with, and updated to take advantage of new
features in recent versions of Python.

The improvements are a work in progress. It is hoped from this will be a good,
general-purpose IRC library for Python.


"""

# asyncore -- Asynchronous socket handler
# http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/module-asyncore.html

import re, socket, asyncore, asynchat
from datetime import datetime

#RFC 2811: Internet Relay Chat: Client Protocol
#2.3 Messages
# http://www.valinor.sorcery.net/docs/rfc2812/2.3-messages.html
SPC="\x20"
CR="\x0d"
LF="\x0a"
CRLF=CR+LF
DEFAULT_PORT = 6667

# commands...
PRIVMSG = 'PRIVMSG'
NOTICE = 'NOTICE'
PING='PING'
PONG='PONG'
USER='USER'
NICK='NICK'
JOIN='JOIN'
PART='PART'
INVITE='INVITE'
QUIT='QUIT'
MODE='MODE'
CHANSERV='CHANSERV'
NICKSERV='NICKSERV'
TOPIC='TOPIC'

# pseudo-message types we use internally
CTCP_REQUEST='CTCP_REQUEST'
CTCP_RESPONSE='CTCP_RESPONSE'

# reply codes...
RPL_WELCOME='001'

class IRCEvent:
"""Represents an event on IRC.
The event_type is an IRC command / event that is sent from the server. Some
extra useful bits:
- nick: The nickname of the user who sent the message, if available.
- user: The username of the user who sent the message, if available.
- host: The hostname of the user who sent the message, if available.
channel will be set to the name of the channel where the message came from, or
the name of the user (if it was a private message).
"""

def __init__(self, connection, event_type, args, text, origin=None):
self.connection = connection
self.when = datetime.now()
self.event_type = event_type
self.args = args
self.text = text

# now setup nice things
self.origin = origin
if origin != None:
self.nick, self.user, self.host = self.__split_origin(origin)
else:
self.nick = self.user = self.host = None

if event_type == NOTICE or event_type == PRIVMSG or event_type == CTCP_REQUEST or event_type == CTCP_RESPONSE:
if args[0] == self.connection.nick:
self.channel = self.nick
else:
self.channel = args[0]

# shift arguments across
if len(args) > 1:
self.args = args[1:]
else:
self.args = []
else:
self.channel = None

def reply(self, msg):
"""Replies to a message. Only works for PRIVMSG, NOTICE, and CTCP_REQUEST."""
if self.event_type == PRIVMSG:
self.connection.tell(self.channel, msg)
elif self.event_type == NOTICE:
self.connection.notice(self.channel, msg)
elif self.event_type == CTCP_REQUEST:
# ctcp response should be sent with the same command type
# directly to the requesting user (and not the channel)
self.connection.ctcp_response(self.nick, self.args[0], msg)
else:
raise Exception, "cannot reply to a %s" % self.event_type

def __split_origin(self, origin):
if origin and '!' in origin:
nick, userHost = origin.split('!', 1)
if '@' in userHost:
user, host = userHost.split('@', 1)
else:
user, host = userHost, None
else:
nick = origin
user, host = None, None
return nick, user, host

class IRC(asynchat.async_chat):
def __init__(self, nick='ircAsync', user=None, full_name=None, start_channels=['#test'], builtin_ctcp=True, version='ircAsync Sample 2010'):
"""Initialises a new IRC client.
builtin_ctcp - Provide hanlders for CTCP VERSION and CTCP TIME. You can
overwrite the sent version string in the 'version' attribute. This will
make these two events NOT flow through to dispatchers. By default this is
turned on.
"""
asynchat.async_chat.__init__(self)
self.bufIn = ''
self.set_terminator(CRLF)

# public attributes
# no blanks in nick.
# openprojects.net says:
# Connect with your real username, in lowercase.
# If your mail address were foo@bar.com, your username would be foo.
# other limitations? @@see IRC RFC?"""

self.nick = nick
if user == None:
user = nick
self.user = user
if full_name == None:
full_name = nick
self.full_name = full_name
self.version = version
self.builtin_ctcp = builtin_ctcp
self._startChannels = start_channels
self._dispatch = []
self._doc = []

def make_conn(self, host, port=DEFAULT_PORT):
self.create_socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
debug("connecting to...", host, port)
self.connect((host, port))

self.bufIn = ''

def todo(self, args, *text):
command = ' '.join(args)
if text: command = command + ' :' + ' '.join(text)

self.push(command + CRLF)
debug("sent/pushed command:", command)

# asyncore methods
def handle_connect(self):
debug("connected")

#@@ hmm... RFC says mode is a bitfield, but
# irc.py by @@whathisname says +iw string.
self.todo([NICK, self.nick])
self.todo([USER, self.user, "+iw", self.nick], self.full_name)


# asynchat methods
def collect_incoming_data(self, bytes):
self.bufIn = self.bufIn + bytes

def found_terminator(self):
#debug("found terminator", self.bufIn)
line = self.bufIn
self.bufIn = ''

if line[0] == ':':
origin, line = line[1:].split(' ', 1)
else:
origin = None

try:
args, text = line.split(' :', 1)
except ValueError:
args = line
text = ''
args = args.split()

if text.startswith('\x01') and text.endswith('\x01'):
# change to being a CTCP
if args[0] == PRIVMSG:
args[0] = CTCP_REQUEST
elif args[0] == NOTICE:
args[0] = CTCP_RESPONSE
text = text[1:-1]
ctcp_parts = text.split(' ', 1)

args.append(ctcp_parts[0])
if len(ctcp_parts) == 2:
text = ctcp_parts[1]
else:
text = ""

debug("from::", origin, "|message::", args, "|text::", text)

self.rx_msg(args, text, origin)

def bind(self, thunk, command, textPat=None, doc=None):
"""
thunk is the routine to bind; it's called ala
thunk(connection, matchObj or None, origin, args, text)
command is one of the commands above, e.g. PRIVMSG
textpat is None or a regex object or string to compile to one
doc should be a list of strings; each will go on its own line"""

if type(textPat) is type(""): textPat = re.compile(textPat)

self._dispatch.append((command, textPat, thunk))

if doc: self._doc = self._doc + doc

def rx_msg(self, args, text, origin):
event = IRCEvent(self, args[0], args[1:], text, origin)

# do autojoin
if event.event_type == RPL_WELCOME:
self._welcome_join(event, None)

# respond to ping
if event.event_type == PING:
self.todo([PONG, text])

# handle server-enforced nick changes
if event.event_type == NICK and event.nick == self.nick:
self.nick = args[1]

# handle CTCP internally?
if self.builtin_ctcp and event.event_type == CTCP_REQUEST:
if event.args[0] == "VERSION":
event.reply(self.version)
return
elif event.args[0] == "TIME":
event.reply(event.when.isoformat(' '))
return

for cmd, pat, thunk in self._dispatch:
if args[0] == cmd:
if pat:
#debug('dispatching on...', pat)
m = pat.search(text)
if m:
thunk(event, m)
else:
thunk(event, None)

def start_channels(self, chans):
self._startChannels = chans
#self.bind(self._welcome_join, RPL_WELCOME)

def _welcome_join(self, event, m):
for chan in self._startChannels:
self.todo([JOIN, chan])

def tell(self, dest, text):
"""send a PRIVMSG to dest, a channel or user"""
self.todo([PRIVMSG, dest], text)

def tell_lines(self, dest, text):
lines = text.split("\n")
for line in lines:
self.tell(dest, line)

def notice(self, dest, text):
"""send a NOTICE to dest, a channel or user"""
self.todo([NOTICE, dest], text)

def usermode(self, mode):
"""Sets your usermodes"""
self.todo([MODE, self.nick, mode])

def ctcp_request(self, dest, command, args=""):
"""Sends a CTCP Request to a client or channel"""
self.tell(dest, '\x01%s %s\x01' % (command, args))

def ctcp_response(self, dest, command, args=""):
"""Sends a CTCP Response to a client or channel"""
self.notice(dest, '\x01%s %s\x01' % (command, args))

def action(self, dest, msg=""):
"""Sends a CTCP ACTION to a client or channel."""
self.ctcp_request(dest, 'ACTION', msg)

def topic(self, channel, text=""):
"Sets the topic in a channel"
self.todo([TOPIC, channel], text)

def chanserv_topic(self, channel, text=""):
"Sets the topic in a channel via chanserv"
self.todo([CHANSERV, TOPIC, channel, text])

# cf irc:// urls in Mozilla
# http://www.mozilla.org/projects/rt-messaging/chatzilla/irc-urls.html
# Tue, 20 Mar 2001 21:28:14 GMT

def serverAddr(host, port):
if port == Port: portPart = ''
else: portPart = ":%s" % port
return "irc://%s%s/" % (host, portPart)

def chanAddr(host, port, chan):
if port == Port: portPart = ''
else: portPart = ":%s" % port
if chan[0] == '&': chanPart = '%26' + chan[1:]
elif chan[0] == '#': chanPart = chan[1:]
else: raise ValueError # dunno what to do with this channel name
return "irc://%s%s/%s" % (host, portPart, chanPart)

def debug(*args):
import sys
sys.stderr.write("DEBUG: ")
for a in args:
sys.stderr.write(str(a))
sys.stderr.write("\n")


def test(host_name, port, chan):
c = IRC(start_channels=[chan])

def spam(event, m):
event.reply("spam, spam, eggs, and spam!")
c.bind(spam, PRIVMSG, r"spam\?")

def bye(event, m):
event.connection.todo([QUIT], "bye bye!")
c.bind(bye, PRIVMSG, r"bye bye bot")

c.make_conn(host_name, port)
asyncore.loop()


if __name__=='__main__':
test('localhost', 6667, '#test')
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