[Twisted-Python] Re: IRC Client examples... PLEASE HELP
teratorn at world-net.net
Wed Dec 31 14:11:31 EST 2003
On Tuesday 30 December 2003 08:04 pm, JD wrote:
> Has anyone written an IRC client in Twisted, using protocol.irc?
> Do I make a
> "reactor", or is a reactor only used for making servers? All I
> need is some
> really simple code illustrating how to connect to an IRC Server,
> doing an "identd"
ident is a seperate protocol from IRC. You will need to run a seperate
daemon accessible from the Internet to provide this. Twisted doesn't
have an ident server.
I use the one here http://freshmeat.net/projects/fauxident/
> to satisfy some IRC Servers, and then having a simple imput line,
> and an output
> line... It doesn't have to be fancy, just some really basic
> example code on how
> to connect, specify a nick, joining a channel, and typing text
> into a channel,
> and of course how to quit.
> Unfortunately, no such example exists, all the parts seem to be
> there, but none
> of the methods in the protocol.irc.IRCClient appear to be
> implemented, which
> I suspect I would have to make my own sub-class... but I have no
> clue how to put
> all this together. There doesn't seem to be any docs that explain
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