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Seend script. Latest version: 1.8.3
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lee8oi
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2011 8:29 pm    Post subject: Seend script. Latest version: 1.8.2 Reply with quote

v1.8.2 fixes:
1. Fixed bug in seend data saving. Script now correctly ignores lines that start with the currently set public seen command trigger. Which can now also be set in configuration along with the dcc trigger.
2. Fixed bug that prevented names with caps from being retrieved correctly

Code:
namespace eval seend {
########################################################################
# Copyright 2011 lee8oi@gmail.com
#
# This program 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 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# 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.
# http://www.gnu.org/licenses/
#
# Seend v1.8.2 (8-5-11-8)
# by: <lee8oiAtgmail><lee8oiOnfreenode>
# egghelp forum: http://forum.egghelp.org/viewtopic.php?t=18493
# github link: https://github.com/lee8oi/eggdrop/blob/master/seend.tcl
#
# Original Sseend based on:
# Sseen v0.2.22 by samu (IRC: samu@pirc.pl)
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
#
# Seend is a seen script that will tell you how long ago the bot
# last seen the specified nick, what channel they were on, and what their
# last message was to that channel. It also allows you to do partial
# nick searches using * and even lets you .seen yourself!
#
# Seend uses an automatic system for backing up and restoring seen
# data. Which also includes the .seend partyline command for manually
# backing up and restoring seen data.
#
# In the config section owners can enable/disable: User name prefixing,
# displaying last channel, and displaying last message. Also can set
# up Not seen responses, bot search for self response, backup file
# location/name, automatic backup interval time, toggle seen requests,
# interval backup logging, show time as duration, and public & dcc command triggers.
#
# Initial channel setup:
# (starts logging and enables .seen command)
# .chanset #channel +seend
#
# Public command syntax:
# .seen ?nick|help|*?
#
# DCC (partyline) command syntax:
# .seend ?backup|restore?
#
# Example Usage:
# (public)
# <lee8oi> .seen help
# <dukelovett> ~Seend 1.8~ Usage: .seen ?nick|help|*?
# <lee8oi> .seen
# <dukelovett> lee8oi: I last saw you 1 hour 3 minutes 39 seconds ago on
# #dukelovett. Last message: Sseen script was awsome. My version improves on it.
# <lee8oi> .seen dukelovett
# <dukelovett> lee8oi: I last saw myself just now. Right here.
# <lee8oi> .seen lee*
# <dukelovett> lee8oi: The pattern 'lee*' matches: lee8oi
#
# (console)
# <lee8oi> .seend
# <dukelovett> ~Seend 1.8~ Usage: Seend ?backup|restore?
# <lee8oi> .seend backup
# <dukelovett> Seend data backup performed.
# <lee8oi> .seend restore
# <dukelovett> Seend data restore performed.
#
# Note:
# Automatic backup system saves seen data on .die & .restart and
# restores data on load. Interval backups are every 15 mins by default.
#
# Thanks:
# Thanks to thommey, nml375, and jack3 for their great code suggestions
# and all the helpful answers that made this script possible.
#
# Updates:
# v1.8
# 1. Added configuration for enabling/disabling interval backup logging.
# 2. Added configuration to enable/disable showing last seen time as duration.
# 3. Created get_info procedure to grab seen info and format the output
# message according to configuration.
#
# v1.8 new fixes:
# 1. Fixed bug in seend data saving. Script now correctly ignores lines that
# start with the currently set public seen command trigger. Which can
# now also be set in configuration along with the dcc trigger.
# 2. Fixed bug that prevented names with caps from being retrieved correctly
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# CONFIGURATION
# ----------------------------------------------------------
#
# Public command trigger
variable pubCmd !seen
#
# DCC command trigger
variable dccCmd seend
#
# Not Seen Responses
#
# note: Escape special characters with '\' example: '\{'
# in the message.
#
## 1.When users supply their own nick or no nick, and bot has NOT seen them:
set isUsersOwn "I haven't seen you yet. Say something."
#
## 2.When users supply an other nick and bot has NOT seen it yet:
set isOtherUser "I haven't seen that nick so far. They might not have spoken yet."
#
## 3.When users supply the bots own name:
set isBotsName "I last saw myself just now! Right here."
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# Seen Results
# (0=disable,1=enable)
#
## 1.Prefix results with users name.
variable usename 1
#
## 3.Show last channel in results.
variable showchannel 1
#
## 2.Show last message in results.
variable showmessage 1
#
## 3.Show last seen time as duration. (1=enable,0=disable)
# (off shows date and time instead)
variable showduration 1
#
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# Backup file
#
## Set relative path to backup file.
variable backupfile "scripts/SeendData.tcl"
#
## set backup interval time in minutes.
variable interval 15
#
## log interval backups. Uses 'putlog'. (1=enable,0=disable)
variable logintervals 0
#
## log .seen requests. Uses 'putlog'. (1=enable,0=disable)
variable logseens 0
#

# ----------------------------------------------------------
# END CONFIGURATION
#
# NOTE: Only edit below if you know what you are doing. Any
# Incorrectly editing code can cause undesirable results.
#
####################################################################
variable isUsersOwn [split $isUsersOwn]
variable isOtherUser [split $isOtherUser]
variable isBotsName [split $isBotsName]
variable lastseen
variable lastchan
variable lastmsg
variable ver "1.8.2"
}
bind pubm - * ::seend::pub_msg_save
bind sign - * ::seend::pub_msg_save
bind pub - [set ::seend::pubCmd] ::seend::pub_show_seen
bind evnt - prerestart ::seend::prerestart
bind evnt - loaded ::seend::loaded
bind dcc n [set ::seend::dccCmd] ::seend::dcc
setudef flag seend
if {![info exists ::seend_dietrace]} {
   # .die trigger. do backup
   trace add execution *dcc:die enter ::seend::backup
   trace add execution *msg:die enter ::seend::backup
}
if {![info exists timer_running]} {
   # no existing timer. start new one.
   timer [set seend::interval] ::seend::timer_proc
   set timer_running 1
}
namespace eval seend {
   proc restore {args} {
      # restore from file
      source [set seend::backupfile]
   }
   proc prerestart {type} {
      # prerestart trigger. do backup.
      ::seend::backup
      putlog "Seend data saved."
   }
   proc loaded {type} {
      # bot loaded trigger do restore.
      ::seend::restore
      putlog "Seend data restored."
   }
   
   proc timer_proc {args} {
      # call self at timed intervals. do backup
      ::seend::backup
      timer [set seend::interval] ::seend::timer_proc
      if {[set seend::logintervals]} {
         # logging is enabled.
         putlog "Interval Seend backup performed."
      }
      return 1
   }
   proc backup {args} {
      # backup to file: Write lines to file so it can
      # be sourced as a script during restore.
      variable ::seend::lastseen
      variable ::seend::lastchan
      variable ::seend::lastmsg
      set fs [open [set seend::backupfile] w+]
      # write variable lines for loading namespace vars.
      puts $fs "variable ::seend::lastseen"
      puts $fs "variable ::seend::lastchan"
      puts $fs "variable ::seend::lastmsg"
      # create 'array set' lines using array data.
      foreach arr {lastseen lastchan lastmsg} {
         puts $fs "array set $arr [list [array get $arr]]"
      }
      close $fs;
   }
   proc dcc {handle idx text} {
      # dcc/partyline .seend command
      set text [string tolower [lindex [split $text] 0]]
      if {$text == "" || $text == "help"} {
         # show help.
         variable ::seend::ver
         putdcc $idx "~Seend $ver~ Usage: .[set ::seend::dccCmd] ?backup|restore?"
      } elseif {$text == "backup"} {
         # run backup procedure.
         ::seend::backup
         putdcc $idx "Seend data saved."
      } elseif {$text == "restore"} {
         # run restore procedure.
         ::seend::restore
         putdcc $idx "Seend data restored."
      }
   }
   proc pub_msg_save {nick userhost handle channel text} {
      # grab seen data from channel message.
      set first [string tolower [lindex [split $text] 0]]
      if {[channel get $channel seend]} {
         # channel has seend flag
         if {$first != [set ::seend::pubCmd]} {
            # not a .seen request. Ok to save.
            set seend::lastseen($nick) [clock seconds]
            set seend::lastchan($nick) $channel
            set seend::lastmsg($nick) $text
         } else {
            variable ::seend::logseens
            if {$logseens} {
               putlog "New .seen request from $nick: $text"
            }
         }
      }
   }
   proc get_info {nick who} {
      variable ::seend::lastseen
      variable ::seend::lastchan
      variable ::seend::lastmsg
      set chanmsg ""
      set storedmsg ""
      set time $lastseen($who)
      if {[set ::seend::showduration] == 1} {
         set last "[duration [expr {[clock seconds] - $time}]] ago"
      } else {
         set last [string map {"\n" ""} [clock format $time -format {%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S}]]
      }
      if {[set seend::showchannel]} {
         # showchannel is enabled. Add last channel.
         set chanmsg " on $lastchan($who)"
      }
      if {[set seend::showmessage]} {
         # show message is enabled. Add last message.
         set storedmsg " Last message: $lastmsg($who)"
      }
      if {$nick == $who} {
         set result "I last saw you $last${chanmsg}.${storedmsg}"
      } else {
         set result "I last saw $who $last${chanmsg}.${storedmsg}"
      }
      return $result
   }
   proc pub_show_seen {nick userhost handle channel text} {
      # Retrive and display seen info or help.
      if {[channel get $channel seend]} {
         variable ::seend::lastseen
         variable ::seend::lastchan
         variable ::seend::lastmsg
         set name ""
         set chanmsg ""
         set storedmsg ""
         # channel has sseen flag set
         set otext [lindex [split $text] 0]
         set text [string tolower $otext]
         if {[set seend::usename]} {
            # usename is enabled. Add nick.
            set name "${nick}: "
         }
         if {$text == "help"} {
            # No args supplied. Show help:
            variable ::seend::ver
            putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :~Seend $ver~ Usage: [set ::seend::pubCmd] ?nick|help|\*?"
         } elseif {[isbotnick $text]} {
            # User supplied bots name as arg
            variable ::seend::isBotsName
            putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}[join [lrange $isBotsName 0 end]]"
         } elseif {[regexp {\*} $text]} {
            # text includes a * so it must be a pattern search.
            set namelist [array names lastseen $text]
            if { $namelist != "" } {
               # names matching pattern exist.
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}The pattern '${text}' matches: ${namelist}"
            } else {
               # no names match pattern.
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}No match found for '${text}'."
            }
         } elseif {$text == $nick || $text == ""} {
            # User supplied their own name or no name.
            if {[info exists lastseen($nick)]} {
               # seen data available
               set output [::seend::get_info $nick $nick]
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}$output"
            } else {
               # seen data not available.
               variable ::seend::isUsersOwn
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}${isUsersOwn}"
            }
         } else {
            # User supplied other user name
            if {[info exists lastseen($otext)]} {
               # seen data available
               set output [::seend::get_info $nick $otext]
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}$output"
            } else {
               # seen data not available.
               variable ::seend::isOtherUser
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}${isOtherUser}"
            }
         }
      }
   }
   namespace export backup restore prerestart loaded dcc pub_msg_save pub_show_seen
}
putlog "Seend [set ::seend::ver] loaded!"

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 4:05 pm    Post subject: Seend script. Latest version: 1.8.3 Reply with quote

Another bugfix related to the nicks with caps.
v1.8.3

Code:
namespace eval seend {
########################################################################
# Copyright 2011 lee8oi@gmail.com
#
# This program 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 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
# 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.
# http://www.gnu.org/licenses/
#
# Seend v1.8.3 (8-6-11)
# by: <lee8oiAtgmail><lee8oiOnfreenode>
# egghelp forum: http://forum.egghelp.org/viewtopic.php?t=18493
# github link: https://github.com/lee8oi/eggdrop/blob/master/seend.tcl
#
# Original Sseend based on:
# Sseen v0.2.22 by samu (IRC: samu@pirc.pl)
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
#
# Seend is a seen script that will tell you how long ago the bot
# last seen the specified nick, what channel they were on, and what their
# last message was to that channel. It also allows you to do partial
# nick searches using * and even lets you .seen yourself!
#
# Seend uses an automatic system for backing up and restoring seen
# data. Which also includes the .seend partyline command for manually
# backing up and restoring seen data.
#
# In the config section owners can enable/disable: User name prefixing,
# displaying last channel, and displaying last message. Also can set
# up Not seen responses, bot search for self response, backup file
# location/name, automatic backup interval time, toggle seen requests,
# interval backup logging, show time as duration, and public & dcc command triggers.
#
# Initial channel setup:
# (starts logging and enables .seen command)
# .chanset #channel +seend
#
# Public command syntax:
# .seen ?nick|help|*?
#
# DCC (partyline) command syntax:
# .seend ?backup|restore?
#
# Example Usage:
# (public)
# <lee8oi> .seen help
# <dukelovett> ~Seend 1.8~ Usage: .seen ?nick|help|*?
# <lee8oi> .seen
# <dukelovett> lee8oi: I last saw you 1 hour 3 minutes 39 seconds ago on
# #dukelovett. Last message: Sseen script was awsome. My version improves on it.
# <lee8oi> .seen dukelovett
# <dukelovett> lee8oi: I last saw myself just now. Right here.
# <lee8oi> .seen lee*
# <dukelovett> lee8oi: The pattern 'lee*' matches: lee8oi
#
# (console)
# <lee8oi> .seend
# <dukelovett> ~Seend 1.8~ Usage: Seend ?backup|restore?
# <lee8oi> .seend backup
# <dukelovett> Seend data backup performed.
# <lee8oi> .seend restore
# <dukelovett> Seend data restore performed.
#
# Note:
# Automatic backup system saves seen data on .die & .restart and
# restores data on load. Interval backups are every 15 mins by default.
#
# Thanks:
# Thanks to thommey, nml375, and jack3 for their great code suggestions
# and all the helpful answers that made this script possible.
#
# Updates:
# v1.8
# 1. Added configuration for enabling/disabling interval backup logging.
# 2. Added configuration to enable/disable showing last seen time as duration.
# 3. Created get_info procedure to grab seen info and format the output
# message according to configuration.
#
# v1.8 new fixes:
# 1. Fixed bug in seend data saving. Script now correctly ignores lines that
# start with the currently set public seen command trigger. Which can
# now also be set in configuration along with the dcc trigger.
# 2. Fixed bug that prevented names with caps from being retrieved correctly
# 3. Fixed another bug with caps issues.
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# CONFIGURATION
# ----------------------------------------------------------
#
# Public command trigger
variable pubCmd !seen
#
# DCC command trigger
variable dccCmd seend
#
# Not Seen Responses
#
# note: Escape special characters with '\' example: '\{'
# in the message.
#
## 1.When users supply their own nick or no nick, and bot has NOT seen them:
set isUsersOwn "I haven't seen you yet. Say something."
#
## 2.When users supply an other nick and bot has NOT seen it yet:
set isOtherUser "I haven't seen that nick so far. They might not have spoken yet."
#
## 3.When users supply the bots own name:
set isBotsName "I last saw myself just now! Right here."
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# Seen Results
# (0=disable,1=enable)
#
## 1.Prefix results with users name.
variable usename 1
#
## 3.Show last channel in results.
variable showchannel 1
#
## 2.Show last message in results.
variable showmessage 1
#
## 3.Show last seen time as duration. (1=enable,0=disable)
# (off shows date and time instead)
variable showduration 1
#
#
# ----------------------------------------------------------
# Backup file
#
## Set relative path to backup file.
variable backupfile "scripts/SeendData.tcl"
#
## set backup interval time in minutes.
variable interval 15
#
## log interval backups. Uses 'putlog'. (1=enable,0=disable)
variable logintervals 0
#
## log .seen requests. Uses 'putlog'. (1=enable,0=disable)
variable logseens 0
#

# ----------------------------------------------------------
# END CONFIGURATION
#
# NOTE: Only edit below if you know what you are doing. Any
# Incorrectly editing code can cause undesirable results.
#
####################################################################
variable isUsersOwn [split $isUsersOwn]
variable isOtherUser [split $isOtherUser]
variable isBotsName [split $isBotsName]
variable lastseen
variable lastchan
variable lastmsg
variable ver "1.8.3"
}
bind pubm - * ::seend::pub_msg_save
bind sign - * ::seend::pub_msg_save
bind pub - [set ::seend::pubCmd] ::seend::pub_show_seen
bind evnt - prerestart ::seend::prerestart
bind evnt - loaded ::seend::loaded
bind dcc n [set ::seend::dccCmd] ::seend::dcc
setudef flag seend
if {![info exists ::seend_dietrace]} {
   # .die trigger. do backup
   trace add execution *dcc:die enter ::seend::backup
   trace add execution *msg:die enter ::seend::backup
}
if {![info exists timer_running]} {
   # no existing timer. start new one.
   timer [set seend::interval] ::seend::timer_proc
   set timer_running 1
}
namespace eval seend {
   proc restore {args} {
      # restore from file
      source [set seend::backupfile]
   }
   proc prerestart {type} {
      # prerestart trigger. do backup.
      ::seend::backup
      putlog "Seend data saved."
   }
   proc loaded {type} {
      # bot loaded trigger do restore.
      ::seend::restore
      putlog "Seend data restored."
   }
   
   proc timer_proc {args} {
      # call self at timed intervals. do backup
      ::seend::backup
      timer [set seend::interval] ::seend::timer_proc
      if {[set seend::logintervals]} {
         # logging is enabled.
         putlog "Interval Seend backup performed."
      }
      return 1
   }
   proc backup {args} {
      # backup to file: Write lines to file so it can
      # be sourced as a script during restore.
      variable ::seend::lastseen
      variable ::seend::lastchan
      variable ::seend::lastmsg
      set fs [open [set seend::backupfile] w+]
      # write variable lines for loading namespace vars.
      puts $fs "variable ::seend::lastseen"
      puts $fs "variable ::seend::lastchan"
      puts $fs "variable ::seend::lastmsg"
      # create 'array set' lines using array data.
      foreach arr {lastseen lastchan lastmsg} {
         puts $fs "array set $arr [list [array get $arr]]"
      }
      close $fs;
   }
   proc dcc {handle idx text} {
      # dcc/partyline .seend command
      set text [string tolower [lindex [split $text] 0]]
      if {$text == "" || $text == "help"} {
         # show help.
         variable ::seend::ver
         putdcc $idx "~Seend $ver~ Usage: .[set ::seend::dccCmd] ?backup|restore?"
      } elseif {$text == "backup"} {
         # run backup procedure.
         ::seend::backup
         putdcc $idx "Seend data saved."
      } elseif {$text == "restore"} {
         # run restore procedure.
         ::seend::restore
         putdcc $idx "Seend data restored."
      }
   }
   proc pub_msg_save {nick userhost handle channel text} {
      # grab seen data from channel message.
      set first [lindex [split $text] 0]
      if {[channel get $channel seend]} {
         # channel has seend flag
         if {$first != [set ::seend::pubCmd]} {
            # not a .seen request. Ok to save.
            set seend::lastseen($nick) [clock seconds]
            set seend::lastchan($nick) $channel
            set seend::lastmsg($nick) $text
         } else {
            variable ::seend::logseens
            if {$logseens} {
               putlog "New .seen request from $nick: $text"
            }
         }
      }
   }
   proc get_info {nick who} {
      variable ::seend::lastseen
      variable ::seend::lastchan
      variable ::seend::lastmsg
      set chanmsg ""
      set storedmsg ""
      set time $lastseen($who)
      if {[set ::seend::showduration] == 1} {
         set last "[duration [expr {[clock seconds] - $time}]] ago"
      } else {
         set last [string map {"\n" ""} [clock format $time -format {%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S}]]
      }
      if {[set seend::showchannel]} {
         # showchannel is enabled. Add last channel.
         set chanmsg " on $lastchan($who)"
      }
      if {[set seend::showmessage]} {
         # show message is enabled. Add last message.
         set storedmsg " Last message: $lastmsg($who)"
      }
      if {$nick == $who} {
         set result "I last saw you $last${chanmsg}.${storedmsg}"
      } else {
         set result "I last saw $who $last${chanmsg}.${storedmsg}"
      }
      return $result
   }
   proc pub_show_seen {nick userhost handle channel text} {
      # Retrive and display seen info or help.
      if {[channel get $channel seend]} {
         variable ::seend::lastseen
         variable ::seend::lastchan
         variable ::seend::lastmsg
         set name ""
         set chanmsg ""
         set storedmsg ""
         # channel has sseen flag set
         set otext [lindex [split $text] 0]
         set ctext [string tolower $otext]
         if {[set seend::usename]} {
            # usename is enabled. Add nick.
            set name "${nick}: "
         }
         if {$ctext == "help"} {
            # No args supplied. Show help:
            variable ::seend::ver
            putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :~Seend $ver~ Usage: [set ::seend::pubCmd] ?nick|help|\*?"
         } elseif {[isbotnick $otext]} {
            # User supplied bots name as arg
            variable ::seend::isBotsName
            putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}[join [lrange $isBotsName 0 end]]"
         } elseif {[regexp {\*} $otext]} {
            # text includes a * so it must be a pattern search.
            set namelist [array names lastseen $otext]
            if { $namelist != "" } {
               # names matching pattern exist.
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}The pattern '${otext}' matches: ${namelist}"
            } else {
               # no names match pattern.
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}No match found for '${otext}'."
            }
         } elseif {$otext == $nick || $otext == ""} {
            # User supplied their own name or no name.
            if {[info exists lastseen($nick)]} {
               # seen data available
               set output [::seend::get_info $nick $nick]
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}$output"
            } else {
               # seen data not available.
               variable ::seend::isUsersOwn
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}${isUsersOwn}"
            }
         } else {
            # User supplied other user name
            if {[info exists lastseen($otext)]} {
               # seen data available
               set output [::seend::get_info $nick $otext]
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}$output"
            } else {
               # seen data not available.
               variable ::seend::isOtherUser
               putserv "PRIVMSG $channel :${name}${isOtherUser}"
            }
         }
      }
   }
   namespace export backup restore prerestart loaded dcc pub_msg_save pub_show_seen
}
putlog "Seend [set ::seend::ver] loaded!"


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

hi Smile

you working so hard on this script ,i thank you for this:)

i already use this on one of my eggdrop but ..i would like to ask that to ..

this seend backup and restore things is realy been problem for me .. why ?... because i have 6 eggdrops and one mirc-bot running on 4 different servers and i can forgot all of these scripts commands etc..

so those backup and restore works could be auto ? within this script ..cus i dont connect in every moment with bots partyline for to make kinda things and if bots logout or if shell provider down for awhile .i should restart bot and all seen data fly away...

my opinion is this script has to creat a seend.db in botdir and it has to make backup and restore seend data with auto timing periods ..

i have some kinda protection scripts into bot works like this and thats very usefull.i add-load one time and i forget that. cus script works auto and done everything itself..

thank you ...and excuse me for my bad bad english...i hope i can tell everythings what i've thinking
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There actually is an automatic interval backup system in place. it automatically backs up the seen data at intervals of your choice. Theres a setting for it in the configuration section in the script.
the script also backs up the data when the bot is restarted or when '.die' command is used. And restores the data on load. So basically there isn't much to do by hand.

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hi Smile

you working so hard on this script ,i thank you for this:)

i already use this on one of my eggdrop but ..i would like to ask that to ..

this seend backup and restore things is realy been problem for me .. why ?... because i have 6 eggdrops and one mirc-bot running on 4 different servers and i can forgot all of these scripts commands etc..

so those backup and restore works could be auto ? within this script ..cus i dont connect in every moment with bots partyline for to make kinda things and if bots logout or if shell provider down for awhile .i should restart bot and all seen data fly away...

my opinion is this script has to creat a seend.db in botdir and it has to make backup and restore seend data with auto timing periods ..

i have some kinda protection scripts into bot works like this and thats very usefull.i add-load one time and i forget that. cus script works auto and done everything itself..

thank you ...and excuse me for my bad bad english...i hope i can tell everythings what i've thinking

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:31 pm    Post subject: minor update Reply with quote

Script has been moved to a separate repository. New github link is:
https://github.com/lee8oi/seend/blob/master/seend.tcl
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2011 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i found a little bug


[21:15:32] <Kiril> !seen SmasHinG
[21:15:33] <Elionor> Kiril: I haven't seen that nick so far. They might not have spoken yet.

and smashing is on channel may you have to changed to "Nick is in on channel look around you Smile"
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 20, 2017 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Arkadietz wrote:
i found a little bug


[21:15:32] <Kiril> !seen SmasHinG
[21:15:33] <Elionor> Kiril: I haven't seen that nick so far. They might not have spoken yet.

and smashing is on channel may you have to changed to "Nick is in on channel look around you Smile"


This problem still exist! Can someone have a look? Smile
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