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pikachuyann

Feb 14, 2002, 5:09pm
Hi all, hi AW, hi AlL!

I have an idea: a mIRC script for AWBots! And for this idea, i want to
have the port of AW, and commands (login, password, world (??) of the
server.

pikachuyann;
Cit #345542 :-)

agent1

Feb 14, 2002, 5:53pm
AW doesn't publish their protocol, so you'd have to use the SDK. I'm pretty
sure what you're doing would be *very* difficult to accomplish.

On the other hand, making something to log a bot into AW and something into
an IRC server would be much easier.

-Agent1

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kah

Feb 15, 2002, 11:34am
I think I'll take the wraps off my latest project... my aPhoneBot, it has
many cool features, and it's currently got the IRC protocol implemented,
relays chat between the IRC channel and AW place(s)... It's basically ready,
just need to polish it a bit... planning on really making it break down the
barrier of different protocols, and implement other of the popular protocols
for chat/IM.

KAH

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strike rapier

Feb 22, 2002, 4:21pm
Question: What does IRC mean? I cant seem to work out what it is... at all
:P

- SR
*Person who wants to know what IRC is*

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silenced

Feb 22, 2002, 4:23pm
Internet Relay Chat I believe.

-Silenced

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dion

Feb 22, 2002, 7:16pm
You would be right ;-)
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baron

Feb 22, 2002, 8:07pm
http://rfc.net/rfc1459.html updated by http://rfc.net/rfc2810.html, http://rfc.net/rfc2811.html, http://rfc.net/rfc2812.html, http://rfc.net/rfc2813.html

Enjoy :)


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tony m

Feb 24, 2002, 7:09am
IRC is Internet Relay Chat, a protocol designed by Jarkko Oikarinen in 1988

Following is the definition of IRC from the RFC (request for comments) # 1459, which defines basically what the IRC protocol is.

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Network Working Group J. Oikarinen
Request for Comments: 1459 D. Reed
May 1993

Internet Relay Chat Protocol

Status of This Memo

This memo defines an Experimental Protocol for the Internet
community. Discussion and suggestions for improvement are requested.
Please refer to the current edition of the "IAB Official Protocol
Standards" for the standardization state and status of this protocol.
Distribution of this memo is unlimited.

Abstract

The IRC protocol was developed over the last 4 years since it was
first implemented as a means for users on a BBS to chat amongst
themselves. Now it supports a world-wide network of servers and
clients, and is stringing to cope with growth. Over the past 2 years,
the average number of users connected to the main IRC network has
grown by a factor of 10.

The IRC protocol is a text-based protocol, with the simplest client
being any socket program capable of connecting to the server.

1. INTRODUCTION

The IRC (Internet Relay Chat) protocol has been designed over a
number of years for use with text based conferencing. This document
describes the current IRC protocol.

The IRC protocol has been developed on systems using the TCP/IP
network protocol, although there is no requirement that this remain
the only sphere in which it operates.

IRC itself is a teleconferencing system, which (through the use of
the client-server model) is well-suited to running on many machines
in a distributed fashion. A typical setup involves a single process
(the server) forming a central point for clients (or other servers)
to connect to, performing the required message delivery/multiplexing
and other functions.

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Complete text for RFC 1459 can be found at: http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1459.html

[View Quote] >Question: What does IRC mean? I cant seem to work out what it is... at all
>:P
>
>- SR
>*Person who wants to know what IRC is*
>

--
Tony M (fldmshl2013 at hotmail.com)
http://tonyhttp.s5.com

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