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README

IRC for kittehs, and also PHP programmers ...

We are going to have some IRC based collaboration tools (from the late 90's), we required a bot.

This repository contains a multithreaded PHP IRC bot ... because apparently I'm 15 again ...

Codez

U can haz codez ...

<?php
require_once("vendor/autoload.php");

use DatingVIP\IRC\Connection;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Listener;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Logger;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Message;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Task;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Robot;

class Log implements Logger {
	public function onSend($line)    { printf("> %s\n", $line); }
	public function onReceive($line) { printf("< %s\n", $line); }
}

class Repeat extends Task {
	public function __construct(Connection $irc, Message $msg) {
		$this->irc = $irc;
		$this->msg = $msg;
	}
	
	public function __invoke() {
		/* we can do whatever we want here: 
			search docs, take as long as we want/need */
		$this->irc->msg(
			$this->msg->getNick(),
			$this->msg->getText());
		$this->irc->msg(
			$this->msg->getChannel(),
			sprintf(
				"%s said \"%s\" to %s",
				__CLASS__,
				$this->msg->getText(),
				$this->msg->getNick()));
	}
	
	protected $irc;
	protected $msg;
}

class Listen implements Listener {
	public function __construct($nick) {
		$this->nick = $nick;
	}
	
	public function onReceive(Connection $irc, Message $msg) {
		if ($msg->getType() == "PRIVMSG" &&
			$msg->getNick() == $this->nick) {
			/* returning a Task object 
				threads the work */
			return new Repeat($irc, $msg);
		}
	}
	
	protected $nick;
}

set_time_limit(0);

/* open connection to server */
$connection = new Connection("irc.efnet.org", 6667);

/* make sure we see all input/output */
$connection->setLogger(new Log());

/* create robot with default pool */
$robot = new Robot($connection, new Pool(4));

/* add listeners */
$robot->addListener(
	new Listen("test-user2"));

/* login, join channels and enter main loop */
$robot->login("bot")
	->join("#devs")
	->loop();
?>

The example code above shows how to use the Listener and Task interfaces to respond asynchronously to specific messages.

In addition, this package includes a Manager interface for the Robot, executed synchronously by the Robot during execution, it allows the programmer to perform administration that must be performed in the same context as the Robot.

<?php
require_once("vendor/autoload.php");

use DatingVIP\IRC\Connection;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Listener;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Logger;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Message;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Task;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Robot;
use DatingVIP\IRC\Manager;

/* ... */

class Manage implements Manager {

	public function onStartup(Robot $robot) {
		printf("startup\n");
	}

	public function onJoin  (Robot $robot, Message $message) {}
	public function onNick  (Robot $robot, Message $message) {}
	public function onPart  (Robot $robot, Message $message) {}
	public function onPriv  (Robot $robot, Message $message) {}

	public function onShutdown(Robot $robot) {
		printf("shutdown\n");
	}
}

set_time_limit(0);

/* open connection to server */
$connection = new Connection
	("irc.datingvip.com", 9867, true);

/* make sure we see all input/output */
$connection->setLogger(new Log());

/* create robot with default pool */
$robot = new Robot($connection, new Pool(4), new Manage());

/* add listeners */
$robot->addListener(
	new Listen("krakjoe"));

/* login, join channels and enter main loop */
$robot->login("bot")
	->join("#devs")
	->loop();
?>

The code above shows how to employ both the Listener and Manager functionality.