rbot is a ruby IRC bot. Think of him as a ruby bot framework with a highly modular design based around plugins.
You can also have a look at the following pages:
- Using the config module (in construction)
Stable rbot: 0.9.15
rbot version 0.9.15 is out!
Please note that these packages do not contain .mo files (localized strings): to generate them, you need to run rake makemo.
- The announcement
- The InstallGuide
- The ChangeLog, although preset, has not been kept up to date, so you might prefer to have a look at the git shortlog instead
Downloadable Current Snapshot
You can download the current source tree from here. Just unpack the downloaded archive and use ./launch_here.rb to launch rbot.
- Latest snapshot API documentation
rbot development happens on a git repository at git://ruby-rbot.org/rbot.git (/gitweb/). Current development version is pretty stable and solves lots of issues which are present in 0.9.10 and 0.9.15, also providing lots of new exciting features. Download a copy of the repository with
git clone git://ruby-rbot.org/rbot.git
and you can launch the bot from the git checkout directory by using the launch_here.rb script in the resulting rbot directory.
When you want to update to the latest version you can run
from the rbot git checkout directory.
If you have custom changes on your tree, you might want to use the commands
git fetch git rebase origin
instead. Here are some further instructions on how you can help us with rbot development.
Rbot IRC channel
You can also join #rbot on irc.freenode.net if you want to get in touch with other rbot users or developers.
Rbot support group
A Google group for rbot is available.
0.9.10 is the last packaged version of rbot, and if you want it you can get it in one of these forms: