I want to learn as much as possible
sill at optonline.net
Wed Aug 8 17:43:21 CEST 2001
On 8 Aug 2001 03:47:08 -0700, Relfx <relfx at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm new to python but I have heard alot of good things about python.
> I am currently a user mirc the internet relay chat client. But it is
> difficult for me to script in irc with python alot of the clients
> support python and the one client that does it has alot of bugs.
> If there are any irc users out there that script in python running
> on windows98 I would really like some instance in buil;ding a irc
> client of my own entirely in python. Is this possible? And what all
> would I need ot achieve this goal? I have heard some people talk about
> python active state version. I currently have python version 2.1.1 is
> this all I would need or will python active state version for windows
> be more of a necessity?
I have a simple irc bot that prints a fortune to current channel if
anybody types "fortune". It only works on unix, but you may find it
useful to look at the code and see how you connect to the server,
send messages, parse messages, etc.
Get it here: silmarill.org/fortuneBot
Cymbaline: intelligent learning mp3 player - python, linux, console.
get it at: http://silmarill.org/cymbaline
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