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JavaBot for AIM

JavaBot is a chat bot for the AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, and Yahoo! messenger systems. It is designed to attempt to engage in conversation with people via IM. It supports such features as remote administration and full conversation logging. There is also a mechanism for eavesdropping on conversations other people are having with the bot. All administration is handled over IM, allowing remote administration. Using a simple scripting language, the bot's conversational responses can be modified to taste.

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  •  10 Dec 2003 20:09

    Release Notes: This release adds a plugin-based architecture. Multiple simultaneous connected screen names can be used over multiple simultaneous IM protocols. There's built-in support for AIM, MSN, and Yahoo Messenger, dynamically loaded line processors, a rich development API for plugin developers, cross screen name/protocol conversation spying, initiation, and interjections, XML-based configuration. dynamically controlled console verbosity, optional ANSI console color, and optional remote access to the system console via IM.

    •  21 May 2003 03:03

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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