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Manual Reference Pages  -  POE::COMPONENT::IRC::COOKBOOK (3)

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POE::Component::IRC::Cookbook - The PoCo-IRC Cookbook: Overview

CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION

POE::Component::IRC is a fully event-driven IRC client module built around POE. It can be used to write IRC client applications of any kind. This cookbook features working examples of programs demonstrating the capabilities of POE::Component::IRC.

<B>Note:B> This is a work in progress. The entries without hyperlinks indicate unwritten recipes.

RECIPES

    General

Disconnecting

Shows you how to disconnect gracefully.

    Bots

A basic bot

A basic bot demonstrating the basics of PoCo-IRC.

Translator

Add translating capabilities to your bot.

Resolver

Have your bot resolve DNS records for you.

MegaHAL

Allow your bot to talk, using artificial intelligence.

Seen

Implement the seen feature found in many bots, which tells you when your bot last saw a particular user, and what they were doing/saying.

Reload

Structure your code in such a way that your bot can be reprogrammed at runtime without reconnecting to the IRC server.

Feeds

Use your bot as an RSS/Atom feed aggregator.

Reminder

Have your bot remind you about something at a later time.

Messenger

Have your bot deliver messages to users as soon as they become active.

Eval

Have your bot evaluate mathematical expressions and code.

    Clients

Gtk2

A simple IRC client with a Gtk2 interface.

ReadLine

A simple IRC client with a ReadLine interface.

AUTHOR

Hinrik Oern Sigurd`sson, hinrik.sig@gmail.com
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