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Example Scripts

Join channels on connect

bind("irc.CONNECT", function(e) {
    Irc.Join('#squishyslab')
});

Identify with Nickserv

A more comprehensive example is defined in examples/nickserv-auth.js.

In the example below, a handler is bound to the irc.NOTICE event. When NickServ notices you, requesting you identify, it will reply with your password.

function handleNickserv(e) {
    if (e.Nick == "NickServ" && e.Message.indexOf("identify") >= 0) {
        Irc.Privmsg("NickServ", "IDENTIFY superlongandsecurepassword");
        console.log("Identified with Nickserv");
    }
}
bind("irc.NOTICE", handleNickserv);

When your handler function is invoked, an object (e in the example) is passed as the first parameter. This object has different properties depending on the event.

Iterate over an event’s properties

bind("irc.WILDCARD", function(e) {
    for (var i in e) {
        console.log(i+": "+e[i]);
    }
});

Keep track of channel participants

An example script that keeps track of who is participating in channels the bot is on is defined in examples/channel-names.js.

Manipulate core configuration

Check examples/manipulate-config.js for an example that directly manipulates the bot’s full configuration via script.

In-chat REPL

This example shows how to check a user’s nickname and hostname to provide a little bit of security around a feature exposed to IRC.

(function() {
    var repl = false;

    bind("irc.PRIVMSG", function handleChat(e) {
        if (e.Nick !== Config.OwnerNick() || e.Host !== Config.OwnerHost()) {
            return;
        }
        
        if (e.Message !== "!repl") {
            if (repl) {
                eval(e.Message);
            }
            
            return;
        }
        
        repl = !repl;
        Irc.Privmsg(e.Target, "Javascript REPL " + (repl ? "started" : "ended"));
    });
})();