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gozerbot - an IRC and Jabber bot written in Python
gozerbot-start [data directory]
This manual page documents briefly the gozerbot program.
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original
program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in text format; see
gozerbot is an IRC and Jabber bot written in Python.
A template configuration file ~/.gozerbot/gozerdata/config will be created when running
gozerbot-start for the first time, or can be created in some other directory by running
gozerbot-start [data directory]. Once at least one valid IRC server or Jabber service for
gozerbot to connect to has been specified in that file, running gozerbot-start [data
directory] again will start gozerbot.
To perform further configuration, message your gozerbot on the IRC server or Jabber
service to which it has connected, using the name specified in the configuration file (by
default, gozerbot). To summon gozerbot to an IRC channel, you will need to /msg gozerbot
join #channel. Other useful commands are:
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