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To the best of my knowledge, here are the known authors for these
filters. If you have additions/corrections to this information, please
submit them.
The filters were collected into a single package, optimized, and
converted to work as a library by Mark Lindner.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
austro - Tom van Nes
b1ff - Matt Welsh, David Whitten
brooklyn - Daniel V. Klein [originally named "nyc"]
chef - John Hagerman
cockney - "ken" by Stephen K Mulrine, Edward Betts; merged
with "cockney" by (unknown) which was expanded significantly by
Samuel Stoddard
drawl - Adam Hudd
dubya - (anonymous submission)
fudd - (unknown)
funetak - "Eclipse Enterprises" (unknown)
jethro - Duane Paulson
jive - Daniel V. Klein, Clement Cole, Samuel Stoddard
kraut - John Sparks
pansy - (unknown)
pirate - Dougal Campbell (originally Perl code); conversion and additions
by Mark Lindner
postmodern - (unknown) [this filter is also known as "feminazi"]
redneck - Brand Hilton
valspeak - (unknown)
warez - Ian Johnston
wrap - Mark Lindner
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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2007-12-29 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* talkfilters.c, talkfilters.h, Makefile.am, Makefile.in, config.h,
- MinGW & VC++ build fixes
* config.guess, config.sub, ltmain.sh, aclocal.m4, libtool
- updated to newest
2006-11-21 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* pirate.l - minor improvements
* dubya.l - minor improvements
* common.h - use VERSION instead of hardcoded version number
2006-10-27 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* common.c - fix compiler warning
* *.sln, *.vcproj, win32/unistd.h - add Visual C++ Express 2005
build files
* talkfilters.c - update version number
* common.h - use C99 varargs macro notation; added some #defines for
win32
* pirate.l - added rule
* talkfilters.h - added extern "C" guard
2006-09-18 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* common.c - fix compiler warnings
* talkfilters.h, talkfilters.c, configure.in, Makefile.am
- changes for DLL creation
2006-04-17 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* funetak.l - replaced random() with gtf_random(); eliminates build
error in mingw
2006-04-15 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* <multiple> - added support for pkg-config
2005-11-21 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* gaim_plugin/talkfilters.c, Makefile.am - Removed the GAIM plugin,
as it's now being maintained elsewhere.
* common.c, talkfilters.c, common.h, configure.in - Build fixes.
* talkfilters.spec - added new file
The above all contributed by Peter Lawler
2005-01-10 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* gaim_plugin/talkfilters.c - Updated to work with GAIM 1.1.0.
2004-06-28 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* gaim_plugin/talkfilters.c - Incorporated bug fix submitted by a user.
The bug caused the IM to only be filtered locally (not sent in
filtered form to the other end). This must be a regression when
moving to GAIM 0.78/0.79.
2004-06-26 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* gaim_plugin/* - Updated plugin to work with GAIM 0.79, and clarified
installation instructions.
2004-01-06 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* funetak.l - Fixed a capitalization problem.
* austro.l - Added missing rules, whose absence caused garbled output
from filter function.
* gaim_plugin/* - New plugin for GAIM.
2003-12-02 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* *.l, *.c, *.h - Added contributed austro and dubya filters.
2003-07-22 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* *.l - Added rules to leave HTML tags intact. Do you see where
I'm going with this? ;-)
* kraut.l - Minor fixes and corrections (submitted by Thomas M. Ott)
* talkfilters.man - Documentation updates.
* configure.in - Rewrote `flex' check.
2003-04-29 Mark Lindner <markl@neuromancer>
* jive.l - Added a few more rules.
2003-02-13 Mark Lindner <markl@dystance.net>
* *.l - Made a fix so that compilation doesn't fail with older
versions of gcc: moved declaration of _yybuf so that it's before the
first statement in the filter function.
2003-02-11 Mark Lindner <markl@dystance.net>
* <multiple> - Complete overhaul of package; added automake/libtool
support, and produce not only executables but also a library.
Tue Jul 4 21:33:08 2000 Mark A. Lindner <markl@dystance.net>
* Makefile.in: Modified `dist' target and added `info' target.
* talkfilters.texi: Texinfo documentation added.
Thu Dec 31 17:09:45 1998 Joel N. Weber II <devnull@melange.gnu.org>
* configure.in: Rewrote the check for lex to just check for flex
and bail if it isn't found.
* src/talkfilters-1.0/Makefile.in (LIBS): Hardcode -lfl, since we
always use flex.

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`/usr/local/bin', `/usr/local/man', etc. You can specify an
installation prefix other than `/usr/local' by giving `configure' the
option `--prefix=PATH'.
You can specify separate installation prefixes for
architecture-specific files and architecture-independent files. If you
give `configure' the option `--exec-prefix=PATH', the package will use
PATH as the prefix for installing programs and libraries.
Documentation and other data files will still use the regular prefix.
In addition, if you use an unusual directory layout you can give
options like `--bindir=PATH' to specify different values for particular
kinds of files. Run `configure --help' for a list of the directories
you can set and what kinds of files go in them.
If the package supports it, you can cause programs to be installed
with an extra prefix or suffix on their names by giving `configure' the
option `--program-prefix=PREFIX' or `--program-suffix=SUFFIX'.
Optional Features
=================
Some packages pay attention to `--enable-FEATURE' options to
`configure', where FEATURE indicates an optional part of the package.
They may also pay attention to `--with-PACKAGE' options, where PACKAGE
is something like `gnu-as' or `x' (for the X Window System). The
`README' should mention any `--enable-' and `--with-' options that the
package recognizes.
For packages that use the X Window System, `configure' can usually
find the X include and library files automatically, but if it doesn't,
you can use the `configure' options `--x-includes=DIR' and
`--x-libraries=DIR' to specify their locations.
Specifying the System Type
==========================
There may be some features `configure' cannot figure out
automatically, but needs to determine by the type of machine the package
will run on. Usually, assuming the package is built to be run on the
_same_ architectures, `configure' can figure that out, but if it prints
a message saying it cannot guess the machine type, give it the
`--build=TYPE' option. TYPE can either be a short name for the system
type, such as `sun4', or a canonical name which has the form:
CPU-COMPANY-SYSTEM
where SYSTEM can have one of these forms:
OS KERNEL-OS
See the file `config.sub' for the possible values of each field. If
`config.sub' isn't included in this package, then this package doesn't
need to know the machine type.
If you are _building_ compiler tools for cross-compiling, you should
use the `--target=TYPE' option to select the type of system they will
produce code for.
If you want to _use_ a cross compiler, that generates code for a
platform different from the build platform, you should specify the
"host" platform (i.e., that on which the generated programs will
eventually be run) with `--host=TYPE'.
Sharing Defaults
================
If you want to set default values for `configure' scripts to share,
you can create a site shell script called `config.site' that gives
default values for variables like `CC', `cache_file', and `prefix'.
`configure' looks for `PREFIX/share/config.site' if it exists, then
`PREFIX/etc/config.site' if it exists. Or, you can set the
`CONFIG_SITE' environment variable to the location of the site script.
A warning: not all `configure' scripts look for a site script.
Defining Variables
==================
Variables not defined in a site shell script can be set in the
environment passed to `configure'. However, some packages may run
configure again during the build, and the customized values of these
variables may be lost. In order to avoid this problem, you should set
them in the `configure' command line, using `VAR=value'. For example:
./configure CC=/usr/local2/bin/gcc
will cause the specified gcc to be used as the C compiler (unless it is
overridden in the site shell script).
`configure' Invocation
======================
`configure' recognizes the following options to control how it
operates.
`--help'
`-h'
Print a summary of the options to `configure', and exit.
`--version'
`-V'
Print the version of Autoconf used to generate the `configure'
script, and exit.
`--cache-file=FILE'
Enable the cache: use and save the results of the tests in FILE,
traditionally `config.cache'. FILE defaults to `/dev/null' to
disable caching.
`--config-cache'
`-C'
Alias for `--cache-file=config.cache'.
`--quiet'
`--silent'
`-q'
Do not print messages saying which checks are being made. To
suppress all normal output, redirect it to `/dev/null' (any error
messages will still be shown).
`--srcdir=DIR'
Look for the package's source code in directory DIR. Usually
`configure' can determine that directory automatically.
`configure' also accepts some other, not widely useful, options. Run
`configure --help' for more details.

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#
filters = austro b1ff brooklyn chef cockney drawl dubya fudd funetak \
jethro jive kraut pansy pirate postmodern redneck valspeak warez
bin_PROGRAMS = $(filters) wrap
lib_LTLIBRARIES = libtalkfilters.la
# Versioning rules ( C:R:A )
# 1. Start with version 0:0:0.
# 2. If the library source code has changed at all, incremement R.
# 3. If any interfaces have been added, removed, or changed, increment C and
# set R to 0.
# 4. If any interfaces have been added, increment A.
# 5. If any interfaces have been removed, set A to 0.
# For more info see page 27 of the GNU Libtool Manual.
VERINFO = -version-info 1:4:0
libtalkfilters_la_LDFLAGS = $(VERINFO) -no-undefined
commonsrc = common.c common.h getopt.c getopt1.c getopt.h
libsrc = talkfilters.c
libtalkfilters_la_CPPFLAGS = -DLIBRARY_MODE
if GNU_WIN
libtalkfilters_la_CPPFLAGS += -DTALKFILTERS_EXPORTS
endif
libtalkfilters_la_SOURCES = $(libsrc) $(commonsrc) \
austro.l b1ff.l brooklyn.l chef.l cockney.l drawl.l \
dubya.l fudd.l funetak.l jethro.l jive.l kraut.l pansy.l pirate.l \
postmodern.l redneck.l valspeak.l warez.l
include_HEADERS = talkfilters.h
austro_SOURCES = austro.l $(commonsrc)
b1ff_SOURCES = b1ff.l $(commonsrc)
brooklyn_SOURCES = brooklyn.l $(commonsrc)
chef_SOURCES = chef.l $(commonsrc)
cockney_SOURCES = cockney.l $(commonsrc)
drawl_SOURCES = drawl.l $(commonsrc)
dubya_SOURCES = dubya.l $(commonsrc)
fudd_SOURCES = fudd.l $(commonsrc)
funetak_SOURCES = funetak.l $(commonsrc)
jethro_SOURCES = jethro.l $(commonsrc)
jive_SOURCES = jive.l $(commonsrc)
kraut_SOURCES = kraut.l $(commonsrc)
pansy_SOURCES = pansy.l $(commonsrc)
pirate_SOURCES = pirate.l $(commonsrc)
postmodern_SOURCES = postmodern.l $(commonsrc)
redneck_SOURCES = redneck.l $(commonsrc)
valspeak_SOURCES = valspeak.l $(commonsrc)
warez_SOURCES = warez.l $(commonsrc)
wrap_SOURCES = wrap.c $(commonsrc)
info_TEXINFOS = talkfilters.texi
talkfilters_TEXINFOS = gpl.texi
filter_man = talkfilters
man1_MANS = $(filter_man).man wrap.man
EXTRA_DIST = $(man1_MANS) *.vcproj *.sln win32/unistd.h
pkgconfigdir = $(libdir)/pkgconfig
pkgconfig_DATA = talkfilters.pc
#install-data-hook:
# cd @MANDIR@/man1; \
# for i in $(filters); do \
# rm -f $$i.1; \
# ln -s $(filter_man).1 $$i.1; \
# done
# eof

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This group of filters serves no utilitarian purpose but is nonetheless
quite amusing and hence should be maintained for posterity.
These programs are maintained by Mark Lindner
(mark_a_lindner@yahoo.com). The original authors of these programs are
listed in the file `AUTHORS'.
If you are the author of one of these programs and do not wish to have
it distributed in this package, contact the maintainer immediately.
These filters are provided for amusement only. No racial or societal
slurs are intended.
Some of these filters contain vulgarity, and thus are inappropriate
for some audiences. If you find something offensive in one or more of
these filters, please do not flame me or ask me to censor or remove
the filter(s) in question. Requests of this type will be silently
ignored. Note that I am only the package maintainer; I am NOT the
author of the translation rules in the filters (with the exception of
the `wrap' filter).
These filters are not guaranteed to be idempotent across all inputs;
that is, repeated applications of a given filter on an input may cause
the output to differ each time. Moreover, some of the filters use
randomization techniques so a given input is not guaranteed to produce
the same output across invocations.
You no longer need to have `flex' (or any other lexer program, for
that matter) to build and use this package. However, you *will* need a
lexer (specifically, `flex') to recompile if you change any `.l'
files.
The GAIM plugin is no longer distributed with TalkFilters, as it's now
part of a separate project, "Gaim Plugin Pack", which can be found
here: http://guifications.sourceforge.net/PluginPack/
The package may be built on Windows using either the MinGW
environment, or Visual Studio C++ 2005, Visual Studio.NET 2005, or
later.
Mark Lindner
November 1, 2006.

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/* GNU Talkfilters
Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Talkfilters
GNU Talkfilters is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at
your option) any later version.
This software is distributed in the hope that it will be amusing, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this software; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the
Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
*/
%option prefix="austro_yy"
%option outfile="lex.yy.c"
%option noyywrap
%option nounput
%e 2000
%p 5000
%n 1000
%k 500
%a 4000
%o 2000
BW [ \t]
EW [ \t.,;!?]
EOT \4
%{
#include "common.h"
#include "talkfilters.h"
#define YY_DECL int yylex(gtf_databuf_t *buf)
%}
%%
\<(\/)?[A-Za-z][^\>]*\> gtf_echo(); // don't damage HTML tags
[Ss]ch gtf_puts_case("sh");
" c" gtf_puts(" k");
" C" gtf_puts(" K");
ec gtf_puts("ek");
ac gtf_puts("ak");
[Pp]h gtf_puts_case("f");
cc gtf_puts("c");
ee gtf_puts("e");
ff gtf_puts("f");
ll gtf_puts("l");
mm gtf_puts("m");
nn gtf_puts("n");
pp gtf_puts("p");
rr gtf_puts("r");
ss gtf_puts("s");
tt gtf_puts("t");
[Tt]h gtf_puts_case("z");
w gtf_puts("v");
ou gtf_puts("u");
"de " gtf_puts("d ");
"le " gtf_puts("l ");
"me " gtf_puts("m ");
"ne " gtf_puts("n ");
"re " gtf_puts("r ");
"ve " gtf_puts("v ");
[Cc] gtf_puts_case("s");
[Pp]ie gtf_puts_case("mozer's pie");
[Ss]teak gtf_puts_case("shnitzel");
[Gg]overnor gtf_puts_case("govenator");
{EOT} /* ignore trailing EOT character */
. gtf_echo();
\n gtf_puts("\n");
%%
#ifdef LIBRARY_MODE
int gtf_filter_austro(const char *input, char *buf, size_t bufsz)
{
gtf_databuf_t buffer;
YY_BUFFER_STATE _yybuf;
gtf_strbuf_init(&buffer, buf, bufsz);
_yybuf = yy_scan_string(input);
yylex(&buffer);
yy_delete_buffer(_yybuf);
gtf_reset();
return(buffer.overflow);
}
int __gtf_filter_austro(const char *input, char *buf, size_t bufsz)
{
return(gtf_filter_austro(input, buf, bufsz));
}
#else /* LIBRARY_MODE */
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
gtf_parse_args();
gtf_random_seed();
yylex(NULL);
return(EXIT_SUCCESS);
}
#endif /* LIBRARY_MODE */
/* end of source file */

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="Windows-1252"?>
<VisualStudioProject
ProjectType="Visual C++"
Version="8.00"
Name="austro"
ProjectGUID="{C793F479-D373-4984-9170-ACB1604CCAC3}"
RootNamespace="austro"
Keyword="Win32Proj"
>
<Platforms>
<Platform
Name="Win32"
/>
</Platforms>
<ToolFiles>
</ToolFiles>
<Configurations>
<Configuration
Name="Debug|Win32"
OutputDirectory="$(SolutionDir)$(ConfigurationName)"
IntermediateDirectory="$(ProjectName).$(ConfigurationName)"
ConfigurationType="1"
CharacterSet="1"
>
<Tool
Name="VCPreBuildEventTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCCustomBuildTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCXMLDataGeneratorTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCWebServiceProxyGeneratorTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCMIDLTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCCLCompilerTool"
AdditionalIncludeDirectories=".\win32"
PreprocessorDefinitions="WIN32;_DEBUG;_CONSOLE;_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE"
RuntimeLibrary="3"
CompileAs="1"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCManagedResourceCompilerTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCResourceCompilerTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCPreLinkEventTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCLinkerTool"
GenerateDebugInformation="true"
SubSystem="1"
TargetMachine="1"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCALinkTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCManifestTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCXDCMakeTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCBscMakeTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCFxCopTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCAppVerifierTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCWebDeploymentTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCPostBuildEventTool"
/>
</Configuration>
<Configuration
Name="Release|Win32"
OutputDirectory="$(SolutionDir)$(ConfigurationName)"
IntermediateDirectory="$(ProjectName).$(ConfigurationName)"
ConfigurationType="1"
CharacterSet="1"
WholeProgramOptimization="1"
>
<Tool
Name="VCPreBuildEventTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCCustomBuildTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCXMLDataGeneratorTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCWebServiceProxyGeneratorTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCMIDLTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCCLCompilerTool"
AdditionalIncludeDirectories=".\win32"
PreprocessorDefinitions="WIN32;NDEBUG;_CONSOLE;_CRT_SECURE_NO_DEPRECATE"
RuntimeLibrary="2"
UsePrecompiledHeader="0"
CompileAs="1"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCManagedResourceCompilerTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCResourceCompilerTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCPreLinkEventTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCLinkerTool"
SubSystem="1"
TargetMachine="1"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCALinkTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCManifestTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCXDCMakeTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCBscMakeTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCFxCopTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCAppVerifierTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCWebDeploymentTool"
/>
<Tool
Name="VCPostBuildEventTool"
/>
</Configuration>
</Configurations>
<References>
</References>
<Files>
<Filter
Name="Source Files"
Filter="cpp;c;cc;cxx;def;odl;idl;hpj;bat;asm;asmx"
>
<File
RelativePath=".\austro.c"
>
</File>
<File
RelativePath=".\common.c"
>
</File>
<File
RelativePath=".\getopt.c"
>
</File>
<File
RelativePath=".\getopt1.c"
>
</File>
</Filter>
<Filter
Name="Header Files"
Filter="h;hpp;hxx;hm;inl;inc;xsd"
>
<File
RelativePath=".\common.h"
>
</File>
<File
RelativePath=".\getopt.h"
>
</File>
<File
RelativePath=".\talkfilters.h"
>
</File>
</Filter>
</Files>
<Globals>
</Globals>
</VisualStudioProject>

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/* GNU Talkfilters
Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GNU Talkfilters
GNU Talkfilters is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at
your option) any later version.
This software is distributed in the hope that it will be amusing, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this software; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the
Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
*/
/*
For the information of some:
B1FF is a fictitious person who is "new" on the 'net.
You can recognize his posts by:
He always SHOUTS as he types.
He sometimes spells FONET1KLEE (phonetically) the rest of the time, he
just misspells words or punctuates them incorrectly.
He shortens some words (presumably for ease in typing)
like '4' for 'for' or 'four'
like '2' for 'two' or 'to' or 'too'
like '&' for 'and'
like 'U' for 'you' or 'ewe'
like 'R' for 'are'
like 'C' for 'sea' or 'see'
He can't see the difference between certain letters
like '1' and 'i'
or like '0' and 'o'
or like '5' and 's'
or like '2' and 'z'
His speech is peppered with profanity.
He never uses only one '!' or '?' when '!!!!!!!!' or '????!!!!' will do.
He never uses the apostrophe (') and always uses the double quote (")
instead.
I have some vague memory of B1FF being mentioned in the New Hackers
dictionary, but I can't verify the validity of this.
I can't even validate that his full name is NELSON 0TB1FF , but it sounds
correct.
Here's the promised and long-awaited 'b1ff.x' English->B1FF converter
that everyone's been clamoring for. I made a few small changes since the
last version and made sure that it compiled correctly.
To compile this, save it to the file 'b1ff.x' and execute the following
two commands:
lex b1ff.x
cc -o B1ff lex.yy.c -ll
Note that the flags on cc should be in that order. You'll end up with the
executable 'B1ff' (if you call it 'biff' with a lowercase 'b' you'll
conflict with the biff mail-checking program).
Send me any bugs or patches; I'm good friends with B1FF and since this is
the first program he's ever posted to the net, he wants to know if you
have any problems.
mdw
B1FF.X by Matt Welsh (mdw@tc.cornell.edu) +1 607 253 2737
modified and improved by David Whitten
*/
%option prefix="b1ff_yy"
%option outfile="lex.yy.c"
%option noyywrap
%e 3000
%p 6000
%n 1000
%k 500
%a 4000
%o 15000
%{
#include "common.h"
#include "talkfilters.h"
#define YY_DECL int yylex(gtf_databuf_t *buf)
%}
BW [ \t]
EW [ \t.,;!?]
WC [A-Za-z']
NW [^A-Za-z']
EOT \4
%s INW NIW
%%
\<(\/)?[A-Za-z][^\>]*\> gtf_echo(); // don't damage HTML tags
\\[^ \n]+ gtf_echo();
{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_echo();
"..." { BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "...C00L HUH!?! "
: "...!! "); }
"."/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "." : "!!" );
".\"" BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "!!!\"" : "!1!!\"" );
"!"$ BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("!!!!!!!!!!1");
"!"+/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("!1!");
"?"/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("\?\?!!");
":)" BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(";-)!!! ");
"8)" BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(";-)!!! ");
":*)" BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(";-)!!!! ");
":-)" BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(";-)!!!! ");
' BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("\"");
ove BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("UV ");
move BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("MOOV");
ea BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("EE");
ies BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("YS");
please BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("PLEEZ!");
Please BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("PLEEZ");
Thanks BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("THANX!!");
thanks BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("THANX");
[Ee]nough BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("ENUF");
[Dd]oes BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("DUZ");
[Ff]uck/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK !!!!!1 ");
<NIW>hell/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK!! ");
[Dd]amn BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK!! ");
[Ss]hit BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK!! ");
<NIW>Hell/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK!! ");
<NIW>dick/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK!! ");
<NIW>Dick/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("FUCK!! ");
<NIW>mad/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("PISSED 0FF!!!1! ");
<NIW>Mad/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("PISSED 0FF!!!1! ");
ar/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("RE");
are/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("R");
ain/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("ANE");
before/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("B4");
for(e)?/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("4");
four/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("FORE ");
se(a|e)/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("C ");
to(o)?/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("2");
two/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("TO ");
one/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("1");
<INW>ould/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("UD ");
ic/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("IK");
le/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("EL");
by/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("BUY");
buy/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("BY");
bye/{NW} BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf("BY");
e/{NW} { BEGIN NIW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "E"
: (gtf_random(2) ? "E" : "3")); }
ewe|you BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("U");
your BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("YOU'RE");
the(y')?re BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("THARE");
cause BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("CUZ");
<INW>or BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "OR" : "ER");
and BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("&");
biff BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("B1FFSTER!!!!!");
BIFF|Biff BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("B1FFSTERE!!!1!");
tion BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("SHUN");
good|cool BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("C00L!!!");
computer BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("C-64");
software|program BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("WAREZ!1!!");
gal|girl|woman BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("BAB3");
boy|dude|Mr|Man BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("D00D");
man/{NW} BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("D00D");
some BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("SUM");
ll { BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "LL"
: (gtf_random(2) ? "L" : "LLL")); }
nn { BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "NN"
: (gtf_random(2) ? "N" : "NNN")); }
oo BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "00" : "UU");
OO BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "00" : "UU");
ph BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("F");
Ph BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("F");
[a-hj-rt-y] BEGIN INW; gtf_printf("%c", toupper(*yytext));
i BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "I" : "1");
I BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "I" : "1");
s BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "5" : "S");
S BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "5" : "S");
z BEGIN INW; gtf_printf(gtf_random(2) ? "2" : "Z");
. BEGIN INW; gtf_echo();
{EOT} /* ignore trailing EOT character */
%%
#ifdef LIBRARY_MODE
int gtf_filter_b1ff(const char *input, char *buf, size_t bufsz)
{
gtf_databuf_t buffer;
YY_BUFFER_STATE _yybuf;
gtf_strbuf_init(&buffer, buf, bufsz);
_yybuf = yy_scan_string(input);
yylex(&buffer);
yy_delete_buffer(_yybuf);
gtf_reset();
return(buffer.overflow);
}
int __gtf_filter_b1ff(const char *input, char *buf, size_t bufsz)
{
return(gtf_filter_b1ff(input, buf, bufsz));
}
#else /* LIBRARY_MODE */
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
gtf_parse_args();
gtf_random_seed();
yylex(NULL);
return(EXIT_SUCCESS);
}
#endif /* LIBRARY_MODE */
/* end of source file */

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