CamperVan, a Campfire to IRC bridge
CamperVan, as far as your IRC client is concerned, is just another ircd.
Campfire rooms and users are mapped as IRC channels and nicks. Campfire messages, even custom ones such as tweets and sounds, are translated for an IRC client to understand.
Wherever possible, Campfire messages and IRC commands are translated bidirectionally. Some of the mappings are:
IRC Campfire --- -------- #day_job "Day Job" room joe_bob (nick) Joe Bob (user) @admin_user (nick) An admin user "joe_bob: hello" (message) "Joe Bob: hello" (message) https://tweet_url Tweet message /me waves *waves* /LIST List rooms /JOIN #day_job Join the "Day Job" room /PART #day_job Leave the "Day Job" room /WHO #day_job List users in "Day Job" /MODE +i #day_job Lock room /MODE -i #day_job Unlock room /TOPIC #day_job new topic Change room's topic to "new topic"
gem install camper_van
From your IRC client, set up a connection to
localhost:6667. To authenticate
with Campfire, you must configure your connection's password (the IRC PASS
command) to be:
/LIST will show you the IRC channels / campfire rooms you
have access to. To connect to more than one subdomain, make a separate
connection for each.
Your campfire subdomain should be just the subdomain part. If your campfire url
mycompany.campfirenow.com, the subdomain would be
CamperVan supports multiple simultaneous connections. Simply open a new
connection and use
other_subdomain:other_api_key for authentication.
If your IRC client (mIRC) doesn't allow
: in the password, you can use
MIT, See LICENSE for details.
Fork, patch, test, pull request.