An undemanding IRC logger with a functional web interface. Flagman instance (for example).
- The web interface displays the current online for each chat, with nicknames highlighted in the log;
- Search with regular expressions;
- To get the log as plain text, you need to substitute the
.txt to the link;
- To hide the message in the log, you can put a dot at the beginning (message will be displayed as "Blinded message");
- Connection status to the servers is displayed in real time (green check mark or red cross). This allows you to judge whether the log is up to date;
- Unlimited number of servers and chat rooms;
- Ability to use one nickname for all connections, or unique for each server;
- Nickname authorization support via NickServ;
- Customizable triggers for issuing information by bot in chat;
- Real time reading mode may be disabled via configuration file (for JS haters, etc);
- Low system resource consumption: connecting to two servers and active use of the web interface requires ~20MB RAM.
First start (Debian/Ubuntu/etc)
# Qt5 C++ framework dependencies:
sudo apt install qt5-default
# Create a configuration file template:
./ircabot --example ./config.conf
# Edit config.conf for your case.
# Start ircabot with new configuration file:
./ircabot --config ./config.conf
- Copy service file to
- Run ircabot:
sudo systemctl start ircabot.service;
- Enable (for autorun at system startup):
sudo systemctl enable ircabot.service.