IRC bot that can run multiple bots simultaneously in the same process
'mbot' is an IRC bot whose main advantage is that several bots can run simultaneously in the same process. This makes it ideal for shells where the background processes, but not the connections, are limited. It also features IPv6 support, TCL scripting partially compatible with eggdrop, and other modules with the most commonly needed functions.
DocumentationUser README included
released on 19 August 2004
20 August 2004
Leaders and contributors
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|Weak prerequisite||libxml-1.x (for the web module)|
|Weak prerequisite||tcl 8.4 or later (for the tcl module)|
|Weak prerequisite||ALICE (for the 'alice' AI module)|
|Weak prerequisite||whois 4.x or later (for the whois module)|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 April 2018.
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