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Re: It's not human!

by KM (Priest)
on Dec 19, 2000 at 20:37 UTC ( #47408=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to It's not human!

Is there a log of the time it was here?

I have thought of hooking purl (well, an Infobot) into the CB before. Many factoids are already in place. In either case, there is code to use, and fastpacks available. I'd be happy to help work on any type of Infobot->CB integration (since I work on Infobot).

Update: If you aren't familiar with Infobot, stop by EFNet #perl and /msg purl


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Re: Re: It's not human!
by Petruchio (Vicar) on Dec 19, 2000 at 23:34 UTC
    I didn't log it, partly because I ran it as soon as I got it working, and partly because people have good reason to be touchy about logging what they say (see, for instance, this comment from Blue). Actually, since people requested it, I'm running her as I write this; again, no logs are being kept (by her, at least!).

    I don't doubt that scripts exist to do exactly what I've described, and if you're knowledgeable about them, your help would naturally be appreciated. Thanks for the leads.

Re: Re: It's not human!
by kilinrax (Deacon) on Dec 20, 2000 at 18:26 UTC
    Though he doesn't seem to have found time to put up the source anywhere yet, araqnid has re-written the Infobot code to be much cleaner, and very easy to write plugin modules for (a fact for which i can vouch).
    I'll remind him today to put it somewhere publically accessible, and post up the link when he has.
      Well, Infobot is being re-written as what is now 'Geckobot'. You can see it from the Infobot website. It is cleaner, faster, can use POE, can be used as a shell, and other funness. I'd like to know what is different between Geckobot and araqnids version to see if anything could be added to either, combined, etc...


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