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README

This project is still in the alpha stage of development!  Data
handling is reliable, but the user interface is still rough.

Please see:

  - http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?App::Wubot::Guide::Overview

  - http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?App::Wubot::Guide::GettingStarted

  - http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?App::Wubot::Guide

  - http://search.cpan.org/dist/App-Wubot/

  - http://metacpan.org/module/App::Wubot

  - https://github.com/wu/wubot

Diagrams:

  - http://github.com/wu/wubot/raw/master/docs/img/wubot.png

  - http://github.com/wu/wubot/raw/master/docs/img/multibot.png

Screenshots:

  - https://github.com/wu/wubot/raw/master/docs/img/notification_webui.png

  - http://github.com/wu/wubot/raw/master/docs/img/OsxIdle-navi-weekly.png

  - https://github.com/wu/wubot/raw/master/docs/img/WorkHours-navi-weekly.png


INSTALLATION

To install wubot, use the standard CPAN installation methods:

   perl Makefile.PL
   make
   make test
   make install

Or simply:

  cpan App::Wubot

None of the optional prereqs get installed using this method.  So
while this will get you up and running with the minimum required
modules, you may not have the necessary prereqs to run all the
monitors or reactors.  To get all the optional prereqs, and to get the
latest version of App::Wubot available, consider the following method:

  cpan Dist::Zilla
  git clone git://github.com/wu/wubot.git
  cd wubot
  dzil authordeps | xargs cpan
  dzil listdeps | xargs cpan

You will probably have to create a ~/wubot and ~/logs directory.  In
the future these directories will be configurable.

Also will also need to create ~/wubot/schemas, and copy the files from
the 'config/schemas' directory into that directory.

To get the web interface up and going, see here:

  - http://search.cpan.org/perldoc?App::Wubot::Guide::WebUI

Many of the modules previously distributed with wubot have now been
removed from the core and into the WubotX project.  To enable
them, check out the WubotX project into ~/wubot/WubotX

  cd ~/wubot
  git clone git://github.com/wu/WubotX.git

Alternately you could check out WUbotX to another directory and
symlink to ~/wubot/WubotX.

When starting one of the wubot processes, you'll see a warning as it
finds and enables each WubotX extension.  The libraries in these
extensions are not actually being used yet--they have simply had their
library paths added to @INC.  The libraries will only really be used
if your monitor or reactor config references one of the libraries in
one of the extensions.  That being said, if you wanted to selectively
disable/remove some of the WubotX extensions, then you could remove
directories you do not want from the WubotX directory.  Alternately
you could make the directory ~/wubot/WubotX, then check out WUbotX to
some other location, and then selectively symlink just the WubotX
subdirectories that you want to enable into ~/wubot/WubotX.
  
In addition, you may need to copy schemas from the WubotX directories:

  cp -Rv ~/wubot/WubotX/*/schemas/ ~/wubot/schemas/

Eventually the WubotX plugins will be broken out into separate modules
and available on CPAN, but for the near future they will be available
on github.  Sorry for the difficulty--this is still a work in
progress.


=head1 LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2011, VVu@geekfarm.org
All rights reserved.

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modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are
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