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  1. Version 1.23

    354 downloads

    A UDF to connect to IRC using TCP Functions, as well as perform actions once connected. Based on and Updated from Chip (McGod)'s original IRC code, which no longer works. Features: Heavyweight * Large feature set * Well Documented Examples Message formatting * Styles * Colors RFC1459 + RFC2812 Compliant * Able to handle moderately non-compliant servers * Works on IRCv3 although missing the features of it * Tested on various networks from Freenode to Rizon Helpful Premade Examples Files * Examples for almost every function * Premade CU
  2. A UDF to connect to IRC using TCP Functions, as well as perform actions once connected. WANTED: Technical Writer able to create / maintain a helpfile (.chm) using the Autoit helpfile layout for an negotiated rate. Notes: Originally created by Chip. UDF Headers updated compared to old script. Error and Parameter Handling updated compared to old script. If you need to bypass the RFC compliance of this UDF, use _IRCRaw. The majority of the old functions have been modified. It will break most, if not all, scripts using the old UDF. These commands should work on every server follo
  3. Hello! I have been busy with establishing the IRC Community for AutoIt... I thought that ##AutoIt needs a bot with lot of neat features, I made a simple one using @rcmaehl's UDF but it lacked many features which I wanted so I made a new UDF for myself lol. Features: Lightweight & Simple. Native support for logging. Full compliance with RFC 2812 and IRCv3.1. Fully tested. Ability to parse server messages. Open source and Unlicenced. Coded with Best Coding Practices in mind. Support for major IRC networks. SASL Authentication Suppo
  4. My script currently reads a text file line by line. I want it to look for this the chat message below and skip the session messages. There are some garbage lines that I want it to skip over. So if a line doesnt match that format then skip it. I tried experimenting with StringRegExp but I think I'm using it wrong. Heres my code If StringRegExp($read, '\W\d\d\w\d\d\D.\W') = Not @error Then I was hoping that this would be able to see the open bracket, 2 digits, a colon, 2 digits, close bracket, a space and a <. But it doesn't seem to be working. Eventually
  5. Hello Guys! . I have been busy with my exams... They are finished now, so summer holidays! I am been working very hard to bring back the reputation for AutoIt in IRC, I recently made a unofficial channel for AutoIt at freenode (freenode is a very popular IRC Network for FOSS [Free and Open Source Software]). You can check this topic if you want: Introduction This tutorial will guide you from start to finish covering each and every small step (no matter how small to make it more IRC newbie friendly) so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of IRC and the IRC Community
  6. Hello Everyone! I am here today to request permission for the following: Permission for owning the official #AutoIt channel on freenode. Permission for creation of a group in Freenode for AutoIt. Permission for maintaining the #AutoIt channel independently. I have no objection if the AutoIt Team later decides to purge (take?) the permissions (rights?) mentioned above, I take oath that I will happily and willingly give them up. Phew, that is the end of the official request . So if you have noticed my new topic about the unofficial IRC Channel for AutoIt in whic
  7. Hello! I made a unofficial IRC channel for AutoIt in freenode , Here are the details for connecting to it: Server: chat.freenode.net Ports: 6665, 6666, 6667, 8000, 8001, and 8002, with SSL on 6697, 7000, and 7070 (Port 7000 with SSL is recommended) Channel: ##AutoIt Web Clients: Kiwi IRC, Freenode Webchat (qwebirc), Mibbit etc. (Using Kiwi IRC is recommended because the url is pre-configured) (WARNING! Using web clients may reveal your IP!) If you are new to IRC, I have made a guide just for you!: Enjoy! TD
  8. Version 0.1 rev 1

    122 downloads

    If you want to see the features list, please refer to this link!
  9. Hello! , How are we doing today? I am guessing we all are doing fine . Lets get to the point, the reason why I created this bot (base) is that ##AutoIt needs a bot too! ##c has a bot made in C, ##haskell has a bot made in haskell etc... It would not be good if we don't have a bot for ourselves! , Thus I created this bot base (I nick named it DcoderBot). I could create a Feature list here but I already made one in the GitHub page, so I won't do it now, If you want to see the features list, please refer to this link! Download GitHub https://github.com/TheDcoder/IRC-B
  10. Version 0.1 rev 4

    100 downloads

    Features: Lightweight & Simple. Native support for logging. Full compliance with RFC 2812 and IRCv3.1. Fully tested. Ability to parse server messages. Open source and Unlicenced. Coded with Best Coding Practices in mind. Support for major IRC networks. SASL Authentication Supported! ..etc. Planned Features: Support for DCC and Direct P2P file transfer Colors More functions for Atheme services (NickServ, ChanServ etc.) ...etc.
  11. Greetings! I've been toying around with a project for my boss.... Basically he saw this from a customer/friend's blog post: http://blog.vmfarms.com/2011/10/how-we-solved-remote-employee-problem.html and tasked me with building this (lucky me). He supplied the wood frame, and the arduino, and same "here, it's easy!" I'm not good with TCP/IP and Python in windows, so I've fallen back on my favorite windows language, autoit, to make a simle solution for my boss. I've got an arduino board connected via a serial connection (CommMG.au) working with an AutoIt Script to accept keyboard input fo
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