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GitBot ====== GitBot is based on "Six", the bot used in ##textmate on freenode. This bot was forked of of "CyBot". "Six" can be found on github.com/kballard/six. GitBot allows you to specify commits in an irc channel, and get an url to that commit back. Currently, it only supports gitweb urls. Repository Configuration ======= Repositories are specified in a YAML'd version of a ruby hash[servername][channelname] array. An example can be found in the supplied repositories.yaml, but the general syntax is: --- freenode: channel1: - http://repo1 - http://repo2 channel2: - http://repo ircnet: channel1: - http://repo Note the explicit use of spaces. The configuration file can be specified with the plugins/gitweb/configfile config path (see the supplied config.example). Syntax ======= There are two ways to trigger GitBot. The first is implicit by pasting a sha1. This sha1 can be abbrevated (to at least 7 characters) or a full sha1. In this case, GitBot will walk through the supplied repo list from top to bottom to search for the sha1. On the first hit it will return the repository and a link to the object. If the object is a commit or hash, it will also supply the subject. There is also an explicit syntax in the form of <(repo SP)? ref (COLON path)?> (where SP is a space). If repo is supplied, GitBot will only look in a repository with that name. Otherwise, it will walk all repositories. ref can be anything like a sha1, a tag or a branch name. Commit walking is not accepted, so "HEAD^" will fail. If GitBot cannot find the ref, it will produce an error message. If a path is specified, GitBot will try to look up that tree or blob and gives a url to that object once found. Notes ====== As GitBot walks the repository list, the order in which you specify repositories is important. In general, you should you put the "main" one on the top. For #git, this is http://repo.or.cz/w/git.git. Alternates can be put under it, but be careful with too many repositories as this can cause a big load on the servers.