Projects / CPx86


CPx86 is a cross-platform compatible IRC bot, multi-user BNC server, and an automated network protection bot. It is currently in the Alpha1 development stage, but is already very stable and functional. Currently, the SDK only includes the IRC bot aspect of CPx86.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Apr 2009 18:29

    Release Notes: No bugfixes, just slight enhancements. Tuntime variable support has been added: the variables are treated as single strings before the command parsing takes place. This is the last major piece of the backbone that needed to be worked on so that the major development may take place. This will allow for much more dynamic functionality, and the functionality aspect of these runtime variables will be the next entity to be coded. This will make this SDK much more flexible.

    •  27 Apr 2009 16:31

      Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that would crash when a command was called (due to trying to clean up a type that no longer existed in the thread). 'SettingsLoad()' has been added; full details on how to use CPx86 setting files can be read in the 'test.cfg' file. This allows for global/instance specific settings, opers, etc., and will be extended further. The threaded message/data parsing was removed due to it causing a thread resource error to be thrown, and will be reinstated once there is an efficient threading manager.

      •  21 Apr 2009 13:33

        Release Notes: No major changes were made, just slight functionality updates. OperAccess->CommandAccess references were added, as well as threaded data parsing.


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