RSS 81 projects tagged "Perl"

No download Website Updated 21 Jul 2012 acrotsr

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acrotsr is an IRC game in which players are given an acronym. The players have a certain amount of time to think of what the acronym should stand for, then the people in the channel vote for the one they like most.

Download Website Updated 27 Feb 2004 IMIRC

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Pop 124.06
Vit 6.25

IMIRC is an AOL Instant Messenger to IRC gateway. It connects to an IRC network as an IRC server, so it requires a local ircd to run. IMIRC creates nicknames for AIM users as they sign on, and converts HTML codes, which are used by AIM for formatting, to IRC's control code equivalents. Please note that you must either have your own working IRC server or you must find someone willing to let you link to theirs.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 Bawt IRC Robot

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Pop 29.56
Vit 1.42

The Bawt IRC robot has been a long-lasting IRC Robot project. Originally it was used in Undernet #Amiga. Development is basically stopped, so the source has been opened up. It is quiet and has a simple user interface.

Download Website Updated 30 Apr 2006 CGI:IRC

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Pop 207.31
Vit 5.70

CGI:IRC is a Perl/CGI program that allows you to use IRC from a Web browser without having to have access to an IRC port. It does not use Java, but it does need a browser capable of rendering frames. It can be used on a Web page to allow users to chat, or it can be used to access chat from behind a firewall.

Download Website Updated 20 Mar 2009 DreamBot

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Vit 2.90

DreamBot is an experimental IRC bot totally written in Perl. Its main features include a totally dynamic user and channel list (no need to deal with text files), a learning ability that's similiar to infobot, built-in seen and topten talkers support, notes/memos, pasting of Freshmeat and Slashdot news, and Babelfish (Altavista) translation. DreamBot doesn't require any extra Perl modules.

Download No website Updated 04 Feb 2001 gnuBot

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Pop 11.83
Vit 1.00

gnuBot is an IRC bot written in Perl, designed to be as flexible and easy to use as possible. Dynamically loadable modules are used for everything from networking to configuration, allowing parts to be swapped out at will. It is intended to be both a channel service bot, like an eggdrop, but also have infobot-like features.

Download Website Updated 15 Aug 2001 irspider

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Vit 1.00

irspider is a Linux-based IRC smartbot. It is very similar in functionality to a search engine on the Web. irspider goes out and spiders DCC offer bots that are in the same channel as itself, and stores tons of information on what those particular bots are offering. Users are then able to query irspider for matches against its database, or request a masslisting of everything that it knows about.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 NickBot

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Vit 1.00

NickBot is an IRC bot framework for Perl. The main component handles all IRC functions, and it will trigger the user functions on certain events. User functions are stored in a seperate file, and they can be updated at runtime without restarting the bot.

Download Website Updated 09 Jun 2005 onis not irc stats

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Pop 43.27
Vit 6.16

Onis is a script that converts IRC logfiles into an HTML statistics page. It provides information about daily channel usage, user activity, and channel trivia. It provides a configurable customization and supports Dancer, dircproxy, eggdrop, irssi, mIRC, and XChat logs. Persistent data (history files) and automatic log purging make onis applicable for a large number of logfiles. It also features a powerful translation infrastructure.

Download Website Updated 13 Mar 2006 Perl IRC Statistics Generator

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Pop 147.39
Vit 10.41

pisg is a smart Perl script which generates statistics from IRC logfiles.

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