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added/removed some default scripts

git-svn-id: http://svn.irssi.org/repos/irssi/trunk@2569 dbcabf3a-b0e7-0310-adc4-f8d773084564
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Timo Sirainen 2002-03-10 21:28:38 +00:00 committed by cras
parent 1855e6cc5c
commit 03c71116e0
14 changed files with 606 additions and 76 deletions

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# /AUTOOP <*|#channel> [<nickmasks>]
# use friends.pl if you need more features
use Irssi;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'autoop',
description => 'Simple auto-op script',
license => 'Public Domain',
changed => 'Sun Mar 10 23:18 EET 2002'
);
my (%opnicks, %temp_opped);

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# will just result as ban. You've probably misunderstood the idea of /KICK
# if you kick/get kicked all the time "just for fun" ...
use strict;
use Irssi;
use Irssi::Irc;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'autorejoin',
description => 'Automatically rejoin to channel after kicked',
license => 'Public Domain',
changed => 'Sun Mar 10 23:18 EET 2002'
);
sub channel_rejoin {
my ($server, $channel) = @_;

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# Highly experimental. use it at your own risk.
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
use Irssi 20020120; # 21/01/2002, 18:00 cvs commit
# at http://juerd.nl/irssi/temporary.deb for debian sid
$VERSION = "2.06";
%IRSSI = (
authors => "Juerd",
contact => "juerd\@juerd.nl",
name => "Scroll buffer thingy",
description => "Saves the buffer for /upgrade",
license => "Public Domain",
url => "http://juerd.nl/irssi/",
changed => "Tue Feb 28 16:22 CET 2002",
changes => "+logging workaround (untested, suggested by darix)"
);
# Saves the Irssi scrollbuffer and displays it after /UPGADEing.
# Additionaly saves your settings and layout.
# HAS TO BE in $irssidir/scripts/autorun (don't forget to load the
# perl module if you have to... put /load perl in $irssidir/startup)
# Q: How can I get a very smooth and clean upgrade?
# A: /set -clear upgrade_separator
# /set upgrade_suppress_join ON (default)
# /set channel_sync OFF
# Q: Can I use color in the upgrade_separator?
# Q: Is it possible to save my command history?
# Q: Can I prevent the screen from blinking?
# Q: Can you make it faster?
# A: Probably not, but if you can do it, tell me how.
use Irssi::TextUI;
use Data::Dumper;
my %suppress;
sub upgrade {
open (BUF, sprintf('>%s/scrollbuffer', Irssi::get_irssi_dir()));
my $logging = Irssi::settings_get_bool('autolog') || 0;
print BUF join("\0", map $_->{server}->{address} . $_->{name}, Irssi::channels()), "\n";
print BUF "$logging\n";
for my $window (Irssi::windows()){
next unless defined $window;
next if $window->{name} eq 'status';
my $view = $window->view();
my $line = $view->get_lines();
my $lines = 0;
my $buf = '';
if (defined $line){
{
$buf .= $line->get_text(1) . "\n";
$line = $line->next();
$lines++;
redo if defined $line;
}
}
printf BUF ("%s:%s\n%s", $window->{refnum}, $lines, $buf);
}
close BUF;
unlink sprintf("%s/sessionconfig", Irssi::get_irssi_dir());
Irssi::command('/layout save');
Irssi::command('/set autolog off') if $logging;
Irssi::command('/save');
}
sub restore {
open (BUF, sprintf('<%s/scrollbuffer', Irssi::get_irssi_dir()));
my @suppress = split /\0/, <BUF>;
my $logging = <BUF>;
chomp $logging;
if (Irssi::settings_get_bool('upgrade_suppress_join')) {
chomp $suppress[-1];
@suppress{@suppress} = (2) x @suppress;
}
Irssi::active_win()->command('/^window scroll off');
while (my $bla = <BUF>){
chomp $bla;
my ($refnum, $lines) = split /:/, $bla;
next unless $lines;
my $window = Irssi::window_find_refnum($refnum);
unless (defined $window){
<BUF> for 1..$lines;
Irssi::print("no $refnum?");
next;
}
my $view = $window->view();
$view->remove_all_lines();
$view->redraw();
my $buf = '';
$buf .= <BUF> for 1..$lines;
my $sep = Irssi::settings_get_str('upgrade_separator');
$sep .= "\n" if $sep ne '';
$window->gui_printtext_after(undef, MSGLEVEL_CLIENTNOTICE, "$buf\cO$sep");
$view->redraw();
}
Irssi::active_win()->command('/^window scroll on');
Irssi::active_win()->command('/^scrollback end');
Irssi::command('/set autolog on') if $logging;
}
sub suppress {
my ($first, $second) = @_;
return unless scalar keys %suppress
and Irssi::settings_get_bool('upgrade_suppress_join');
my $key = $first->{address} .
(grep { (s/^://, /^[#!+&]/) } split ' ', $second)[0];
if (exists $suppress{$key} and $suppress{$key}--) {
Irssi::signal_stop();
delete $suppress{$key} unless $suppress{$key};
}
}
# Don't use these :P they're for testing
#Irssi::command_bind('emulate_upgrade', 'upgrade');
#Irssi::command_bind('emulate_restore', 'restore');
Irssi::settings_add_str('buffer', 'upgrade_separator', '=Upgrade=');
Irssi::settings_add_bool('buffer', 'upgrade_suppress_join', 1);
Irssi::signal_add_first('session save', 'upgrade');
Irssi::signal_add_first('session restore', 'restore');
Irssi::signal_add('event 366', 'suppress');
Irssi::signal_add('event join', 'suppress');
unless (-f sprintf('%s/scripts/autorun/buf.pl', Irssi::get_irssi_dir())) {
Irssi::print('PUT THIS SCRIPT IN ~/.irssi/scripts/autorun/ BEFORE /UPGRADING!!');
Irssi::print('And don\'t forget to /load perl using ~/.irssi/autostart');
}

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# /CLONES - Display clones in the active channel
# Modified by Roi Dayan. dejavo@punkass.com
use strict;
sub cmd_clones {
my ($data, $server, $channel) = @_;
my $min_show_count = ($data =~ /^[0-9]+$/) ? $data : 2;
if (!$channel || $channel->{type} ne "CHANNEL") {
Irssi::print("No active channel in window");
return;
}
my %hostnames = {};
my %hostnicks = {};
my @hosttmp = {};
foreach my $nick ($channel->nicks()) {
my @hosttmp = split(/\@/,$nick->{host});
$hostnames{$hosttmp[1]}++;
$hostnicks{$hosttmp[1]} = $hostnicks{$hosttmp[1]}.$hostnames{$hosttmp[1]}.". ".$nick->{nick}."!".$nick->{host}."\n";
$hostnicks{$hosttmp[1]} =~ s/^,//;
# $hostnicks{$hosttmp[1]} =~ s/\n$//;
}
foreach my $nick (keys %hostnicks) {
$hostnicks{$nick} =~ s/\n$//;
}
my $count = 0;
foreach my $host (keys %hostnames) {
my $clones = $hostnames{$host};
if ($clones >= $min_show_count) {
$channel->print("Clones:") if ($count == 0);
$channel->print("$host: $clones $hostnicks{$host}");
$count++;
}
}
$channel->print("No clones in channel") if ($count == 0);
}
Irssi::command_bind('clones', 'cmd_clones');

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# /DNS <nick>|<host>|<ip> ...
use Irssi;
use strict;
use Socket;
use POSIX;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "2.1";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'dns',
description => '/DNS <nick>|<host>|<ip> ...',
license => 'Public Domain',
changed => 'Sun Mar 10 23:23 EET 2002'
);
my (%resolve_hosts, %resolve_nicks, %resolve_print); # resolve queues
my $userhosts; # number of USERHOSTs currently waiting for reply
my $lookup_waiting; # 1 if we're waiting a reply for host lookup
# for the current host lookup
my ($print_server, $print_host, $print_name, @print_ips);
my ($input_skip_next, $input_query);
my $pipe_tag;
sub cmd_dns {
my ($nicks, $server) = @_;
return if !$nicks;
# get list of nicks/hosts we want to know
my $tag = !$server ? undef : $server->{tag};
my $ask_nicks = "";
my $print_error = 0;
foreach my $nick (split(" ", $nicks)) {
$nick = lc($nick);
if ($nick =~ /[\.:]/) {
# it's an IP or hostname
$resolve_hosts{$nick} = $tag;
} else {
# it's nick
if (!$print_error && (!$server || !$server->{connected})) {
$print_error = 1;
Irssi::print("Not connected to server");
} else {
$resolve_nicks{$nick} = 1;
$ask_nicks .= "$nick ";
}
}
}
if ($ask_nicks ne "") {
# send the USERHOST query
$userhosts++;
$server->redirect_event('userhost', 1, $ask_nicks, 0, 'redir dns failure', {
'event 302' => 'redir dns host',
'' => 'event empty' } );
$server->send_raw("USERHOST :$nicks");
}
# ask the IPs/hostnames immediately
host_lookup() if (!$lookup_waiting);
}
sub sig_failure {
Irssi::print("Error getting hostname for nick");
%resolve_nicks = () if (--$userhosts == 0);
}
sub sig_userhost {
my ($server, $data) = @_;
$data =~ s/^[^ ]* :?//;
my @hosts = split(/ +/, $data);
# move resolve_nicks -> resolve_hosts
foreach my $host (@hosts) {
if ($host =~ /^([^=\*]*)\*?=.(.*)@(.*)/) {
my $nick = lc($1);
my $user = $2;
$host = lc($3);
$resolve_hosts{$host} = $resolve_nicks{$nick};
delete $resolve_nicks{$nick};
$resolve_print{$host} = "[$nick!$user"."@"."$host]";
}
}
if (--$userhosts == 0 && %resolve_nicks) {
# unknown nicks - they didn't contain . or : so it can't be
# IP or hostname.
Irssi::print("Unknown nicks: ".join(' ', keys %resolve_nicks));
%resolve_nicks = ();
}
host_lookup() if (!$lookup_waiting);
}
sub host_lookup {
return if (!%resolve_hosts);
my ($host) = keys %resolve_hosts;
$print_server = $resolve_hosts{$host};
$print_host = undef;
$print_name = $resolve_print{$host};
@print_ips = ();
delete $resolve_hosts{$host};
delete $resolve_print{$host};
$input_query = $host;
$input_skip_next = 0;
# pipe is used to get the reply from child
my ($rh, $wh);
pipe($rh, $wh);
# non-blocking host lookups with fork()ing
my $pid = fork();
if (!defined($pid)) {
%resolve_hosts = ();
%resolve_print = ();
Irssi::print("Can't fork() - aborting");
close($rh); close($wh);
return;
}
$lookup_waiting++;
if ($pid > 0) {
# parent, wait for reply
close($wh);
Irssi::pidwait_add($pid);
$pipe_tag = Irssi::input_add(fileno($rh), INPUT_READ, \&pipe_input, $rh);
return;
}
my $text;
eval {
# child, do the lookup
my $name = "";
if ($host =~ /^[0-9\.]*$/) {
# ip -> host
$name = gethostbyaddr(inet_aton($host), AF_INET);
} else {
# host -> ip
my @addrs = gethostbyname($host);
if (@addrs) {
@addrs = map { inet_ntoa($_) } @addrs[4 .. $#addrs];
$name = join (" ", @addrs);
}
}
$print_name = $input_query if !$print_name;
if (!$name) {
$text = "No information for $print_name";
} else {
$text = "$print_name: $name";
}
};
$text = $! if (!$text);
eval {
# write the reply
print($wh $text);
close($wh);
};
POSIX::_exit(1);
}
sub pipe_input {
my $rh = shift;
my $text = <$rh>;
close($rh);
Irssi::input_remove($pipe_tag);
$pipe_tag = -1;
my $server = Irssi::server_find_tag($print_server);
if ($server) {
$server->print('', $text);
} else {
Irssi::print($text);
}
$lookup_waiting--;
host_lookup();
}
Irssi::command_bind('dns', 'cmd_dns');
Irssi::signal_add( {
'redir dns failure' => \&sig_failure,
'redir dns host' => \&sig_userhost } );

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# Example how to create your own /commands:
# /HELLO <nick> - sends a "Hello, world!" to given nick.
use Irssi;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'command',
description => 'Command example',
license => 'Public Domain'
);
sub cmd_hello {
my ($data, $server, $channel) = @_;
$server->command("/msg $data Hello, world!");
}
Irssi::command_bind('hello', 'cmd_hello');

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# Example how to react on specific messages:
# !reverse <text> sends back the text reversed.
use Irssi;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'msg-event',
description => 'Event example',
license => 'Public Domain'
);
sub event_privmsg {
# $server = server record where the message came
# $data = the raw data received from server, with PRIVMSGs it is:
# "target :text" where target is either your nick or #channel
# $nick = the nick who sent the message
# $host = host of the nick who sent the message
my ($server, $data, $nick, $host) = @_;
# split data to target/text
my ($target, $text) = $data =~ /^(\S*)\s:(.*)/;
# skip lines not beginning with !reverse
return if ($text !~ /!reverse (.*)/);
$text = $1;
if (!$server->ischannel($target)) {
# private message, $target contains our nick, so we'll need
# to change it to $nick
$target = $nick;
}
$server->command("notice $target reversed $text = ".reverse($text));
}
Irssi::signal_add('event privmsg', 'event_privmsg');

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# Example how to do redirections, we'll grab the output of /WHOIS:
# /RN - display real name of nick
use Irssi;
use Irssi::Irc;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'redirect',
description => 'Redirection example',
license => 'Public Domain'
);
sub cmd_realname {
my ($data, $server, $channel) = @_;

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# "Hello, world!" script :) /hello <nick> sends "Hello, world!" to <nick>
use Irssi;
use strict;
sub cmd_hello {
my ($data, $server, $channel) = @_;
$server->command("/msg $data Hello, world!");
}
Irssi::command_bind('hello', 'cmd_hello');

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# Display kills with more understandable messages.
# for irssi 0.7.98 by Timo Sirainen
# I didn't find anyone else who had done this so I had to figure everything
# out myself, hope this works correctly and in all irc networks.
# There's one kind of nick collision this script doesn't handle - if the
# collision is detected by the server you're connected to, it won't use
# kill as quit reason, but "Nick collision(new)" or "..(old)". This is pretty
# easy to understand already, happens hardly ever(?) and it can be faked
# so I thought better not change it to kill message.
# There's a pretty good explanation of (ircnet) ircd's server kills in
# http://www.irc.org/tech_docs/ircnet/kills.html
use Irssi;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'kills',
description => 'Displays kills with more understandable messages',
license => 'Public Domain',
changed => 'Sun Mar 10 23:18 EET 2002'
);
Irssi::theme_register([
'kill_public', '{channick $0} {chanhost $1} killed by {nick $2}$3 {reason $4}'
]);
sub msg_quit {
my ($server, $nick, $addr, $data) = @_;
my $localkill;
if ($data =~ /^Killed \(([^ ]*) \((.*)\)\)$/) {
# remote kill
$localkill = 0;
} elsif ($data =~ /^Local Kill by ([^ ]*) \((.*)\)/) {
# local kill
$localkill = 1;
} else {
return;
}
my $killer = $1;
my $killmsg = $2;
my $msg = "\002Nick collision\002: ";
my @printargs = ();
if ($killmsg =~ /([^ ]*) != (.*)/) {
# 1 != 2
my $server1 = $1, $server2 = $2;
$server1 =~ s/([^\[]*)\[([^\]]*)\]/\1/;
$msg .= "$2 != $server2";
} elsif ($killmsg =~ /([^ ]*) <- (.*)/) {
# 1 <- 2
my $server1 = $1, $server2 = $2;
if ($server1 =~ /^\(/) {
# (addr1)server1 <- (add2)server2
$server1 =~ s/^\(([^\)]*)\)//;
my $nick1 = $1;
$server2 =~ s/^\(([^\)]*)\)//;
my $nick2 = $1;
$msg .= "server $server1";
$msg .= " (nick from $nick1)" if $nick1;
$msg .= " <- ";
$msg .= "\002$server2\002";
$msg .= " (nick from \002$nick2\002)" if $nick2;
} elsif ($server1 =~ /\)$/ || $server2 =~ /\)$/) {
# server1(nick) <- server2
# server1 <- server2(nick)
$server1 =~ s/\(([^\)]*)\)$//;
my $oldnick = $1;
$server2 =~ s/\(([^\)]*)\)$//;
$oldnick = $1 if $1;
$msg = "\002Nick change collision\002: $server1 <- \002$server2\002 (old nick \002$oldnick\002)";
} else {
# server1 <- server2
$msg = "\002Nick/server collision\002: $server1 <- \002$server2\002";
}
} else {
# something else, just show it as-is
$msg = $killmsg;
}
@list = $server->nicks_get_same($nick);
while (@list) {
$channel = $list[0];
shift @list;
# skip nick record
shift @list;
$channel->printformat(MSGLEVEL_QUITS, 'kill_public',
$nick, $addr, $killer,
$localkill ? " (local)" : "", $msg);
}
Irssi::signal_stop();
}
Irssi::signal_add('message quit', 'msg_quit');

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# Irssi will automatically change it back. +k and +l are a bit special since
# they require the parameter. If you omit the parameter, like setting the
# mode to "+ntlk", Irssi will allow all +k and +l (or -lk) mode changes.
# You can remove the lock with /MODE #channel -
use Irssi;
use Irssi::Irc;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'mlock',
description => 'Channel mode locking',
license => 'Public Domain',
changed => 'Sun Mar 10 23:18 EET 2002'
);
my %keep_channels;
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my ($data, $server) = @_;
my ($channel, $mode) = split(/ /, $data, 2);
$keep_channels{$channel} = $mode;
mlock_check_mode($server, $channel);
if ($mode eq "-") {
# remove checking
delete $keep_channels{$channel};
} else {
$keep_channels{$channel} = $mode;
mlock_check_mode($server, $channel);
}
}
sub mlock_check_mode {

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# listen PRIVMSGs - send a notice to yourself when your nick is meantioned
use Irssi;
use strict;
sub event_privmsg {
my ($server, $data, $nick, $address) = @_;
my ($target, $text) = $data =~ /^(\S*)\s:(.*)/;
return if (!$server->ischannel($target));
my $mynick = $server->{nick};
return if ($text !~ /\b$mynick\b/);
$server->command("/notice $mynick In channel $target, $nick!$address said: $text");
}
Irssi::signal_add("event privmsg", "event_privmsg");

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use Irssi;
use Irssi::Irc;
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
$VERSION = "1.00";
%IRSSI = (
authors => 'Timo Sirainen',
name => 'quitmsg',
description => 'Random quit messages',
license => 'Public Domain',
changed => 'Sun Mar 10 23:18 EET 2002'
);
my $quitfile = glob "~/.irssi/irssi.quit";

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# /set splitlong_max_length
# specifies the maximum length of a msg, automatically chosen when set to "0"
###
use strict;
use vars qw($VERSION %IRSSI);
#don't know which version exactly, probably even works with 0.7.98.4
use Irssi 20011001;
$VERSION = "0.15";
%IRSSI = (
authors => "Bjoern \'fuchs\' Krombholz",
contact => "bjkro\@gmx.de",
name => "splitlong",
description => "Split overlong PRIVMSGs to msgs with length allowed by ircd",
changed => "Fri Jan 25 07:18:48 CET 2002"
);
sub sig_command_msg {
my ($cmd, $server, $winitem, $TEST) = @_;
my ($target, $data) = $cmd =~ /^(\S*)\s(.*)/;
my $maxlength = Irssi::settings_get_int('splitlong_max_length');
if ($maxlength == 0) {
# 497 = 510 - length(":" . "!" . " PRIVMSG " . " :");
$maxlength = 497 - length($server->{nick} . $server->{userhost} . $target);
}
my $maxlength2 = $maxlength + length("... ");
if (length($data) > ($maxlength)) {
my @spltarr;
while (length($data) > ($maxlength2)) {
my $pos = rindex($data, " ", $maxlength2);
push @spltarr, substr($data, 0, ($pos < ($maxlength/10 + 4)) ? $maxlength2 : $pos) . " ...";
$data = "... " . substr($data, ($pos < ($maxlength/10 + 4)) ? $maxlength2 : $pos+1);
}
push @spltarr, $data;
foreach (@spltarr) {
Irssi::signal_emit("command msg", "$target $_", $server, $winitem);
}
Irssi::signal_stop();
}
}
Irssi::settings_add_int('misc', 'splitlong_max_length', 0);
Irssi::command_bind('msg', 'sig_command_msg');