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Manual Reference Pages  -  FISG (1)

NAME

fisg - generates web pages from IRC logs

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

fisg [options] [source#1] [source#2...]

DESCRIPTION

Fisg is a free utility to generate nice looking web page(s) from your IRC logs, containing various interesting statistics and amusing facts based on the computed statistical information.

Fisg has been designed for speed, simplicity and small memory footprint. It is written in ANSI-C and only depends on standard libc (runtime), so it can be compiled and used in very wide range of systems.

OPTIONS

-?, --help Shows a brief help
-V, --version
  Show version information
-o, --output <file>
  Specify output file (default: stdout)
-u, --user-file <file>
  Specify users-file (default: users.cfg)
-f, --format <format>
  Specify input format. Currently irssi, eggdrop and mIRC are supported. (no default)
-O, --output-format <format>
  Specify output format. Currently xhtml (XHTML/CSS) and xhtmls (XHTML/CSS with table borders)
-L, --list-formats
  Show list of predefined log- and output-formats.
-c, --config <file>
  Specify configuration file (no default)
-q, --quiet
  Use multiple times for more silence.
-d, --dump-userfile
  Dump internal user information to given file. This option can be used to create initial users-file or to debug fisg’s functionality related to automagic user-handling.

EXAMPLES

If you have log for channel #kewlchan produced by Irssi in directory "~/irclogs/IRCNet/" (aka under your home directory), you could use the following command:

        fisg -c kewlchan.cfg -f irssi ~/irclogs/IRCNet/#kewlchan.log -o kewlstats.html

If there are multiple logfiles, you need to specify them all. Under UNIX you might wish to use find(1) -command, for example:

        fisg -c kewlchan.cfg -f irssi ‘find ~/irclogs -iname "*kewlchan.*"‘ -o kewlstats.html

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for fisg

REPORTING BUGS

Report Bugs should be reported via bug tracker system, see FISG homepage (http://www.tnsp.org/fisg.php) for details. In case you don’t want to use BTS, send reports via e-mail to <ccr@tnsp.org>. Problems with Debian- or other packages should be reported to appropriate package maintainers.

AUTHOR

fisg was written by Matti H�m�l�inen <ccr@tnsp.org>. This manpage was written by Alexander Wirt <formorer@debian.org> for the Debian Distribution.
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fisg 0.3.12 FISG (1) Sep. 12, 2004

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