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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2021 12:33 am    Post subject: CT-Weather Reply with quote

So i decided to release a Weather script which uses Openweathermap API Key

Code:

###########################################################
# CT-Weather                                              #
###########################################################
# Author:  ComputerTech                                   #
# Email:   ComputerTech312@Gmail.com                      #
# Github:  https://github.com/computertech312             #
# Version: 0.1                                            #
# Release: 06/04/2021                                     #
###########################################################
# Description:                                            #
#                                                         #
#              - A Weather script which uses the          #
#                OpenWeathermap API Key.                  #
#              - https://openweathermap.org/api           #
#                                                         #
# History:                                                #
#                                                         #
#               - 0.1: First release.                     #
#                                                         #
###########################################################
# Start of configuration #
##########################

##########################
# Trigger
###
set ctw(trig) "!w"


##########################
# Flags
###
# Owner     = n
# Master    = m
# Op        = o
# Voice     = v
# Friend    = f
# Everyone  = -
##
set ctw(flag) "-"


##########################
# API Key
###
set ctw(api) "Your-API-Key"


##########################
# Output Method
###
# 0 = Notice
# 1 = Privmsg
# 2 = Channel
##
set ctgg(msg) "2"


##########################
# Metric Type
###
# 0 = Metric
# 1 = Imperial
##
set ctw(met) "0"


##########################
#  End of configuration  #
###########################################################

package require json
package require tls
package require http

bind PUB $ctw(flag) $ctw(trig) weather:call

proc weather:call {nick host hand chan text} {
   global ctw
  http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket]
   set ctw(location) [join $text ,]
  switch -- $ctw(met) {
   "0" {set ctw(metr) "metric"
        set ctw(met2) "C"
        set ctw(met3) "mph"}
   "1" {set ctw(metr) "imperial"
        set ctw(met2) "F"
        set ctw(met3) "kmph"}
   }
  switch -- $ctw(msg) {
   "0" {set ctw(out) "NOTICE $nick"}
   "1" {set ctw(out) "PRIVMSG $nick"}
   "2" {set ctw(out) "PRIVMSG $chan"}
   }
         set ctw(url) "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q=$ctw(location)&units=$ctw(metr)&appid=$ctw(api)"
         set data [http::data [http::geturl "$ctw(url)" -timeout 10000]]
  http::cleanup $data
         set data2 [::json::json2dict $data]
         set basic [dict get $data2 "weather"]
         set description [dict get $basic "description"]
         set main [dict get $data2 "main"]
         set temp [dict get $main "temp"]
         set humidity [dict get $main "humidity"]
         set wind [dict get $data2 "wind"]
         set speed [dict get $wind "speed"]
         set sys [dict get $data2 "sys"]
         set country [dict get $sys "country"]
         set name [dict get $data2 "name"]
         
   http::unregister https
                    putserv "$ctw(out) :\00309\[Weather\]\003 ${name}, $country | ${temp}$ctw(met2) | $description | Humidity: ${humidity}% | Wind: ${speed}$ctw(met3) "
}

###########################################################


Grab a Free API Key from the link in the description, all bug finds and suggestions are more than welcome Wink

and yes i plan to add !w set location and other things tomorrow

but do remember, this version is a beta Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I signed up for a free plan but I keep getting the 401 error, even if the key is correct. Anyway, could you copy/paste the JSON result (it's $data2 variable) of any query to have a look at something?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2021 11:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sure
Code:

{"coord":{"lon":-0.1257,"lat":51.5085},"weather":[{"id":804,"main":"Clouds","description":"overcast clouds","icon":"04d"}],"base":"stations","main":{"temp":6.76,"feels_like":3.07,"temp_min":5.56,"temp_max":8.89,"pressure":1024,"humidity":42},"visibility":10000,"wind":{"speed":6.17,"deg":300},"clouds":{"all":85},"dt":1617808949,"sys":{"type":1,"id":1414,"country":"GB","sunrise":1617772914,"sunset":1617820973},"timezone":3600,"id":2643743,"name":"London","cod":200}


If you want, i can PM you my API key Smile

also try this
Code:

https://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q=london&units=metric&appid=Your-API-Key-Here

In your browser Razz
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2021 10:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Script doesn't work

Tcl error [weather:call]: can't read "ctw(msg)": no such element in array
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 21, 2021 5:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think ComputerTech paste&copy too quick Smile

Find the line:
Code:
set ctgg(msg) "2"


Replace it with:
Code:
set ctw(msg) "2"

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2021 2:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

hehe thank you Smile

Tcl error [weather:call]: missing value to go with key

even tho i have a key and its been there for few hours

joys of errors !
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 22, 2021 11:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

uh apologies, i made a new version of CT-weather and seem to have forgot to post the new one here, i'll do it in the morning Wink
Code:

[04:01] (@TechQ) [Weather] London, GB | 3.04C | 2.06mph | clear sky | 81%

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 23, 2021 2:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you release a new version, please correct a little thing to use standard way:
Code:
set ctw(url) "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q=$ctw(location)&units=$ctw(metr)&appid=$ctw(api)"
set data [http::data [http::geturl "$ctw(url)" -timeout 10000]]


Don't create the url with all its args, do:
Code:
set ctw(url) "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather"
set params [::http::formatQuery q $ctw(location) units $ctw(metr) appid $ctw(api)]
set data [http::data [http::geturl $ctw(url) -query $params -timeout 10000]]

Like this, you can have ctw(url) as a script setting (don't have to redefine it each time the proc is called) and you use the good way to create your url.

Another tip:
Actually, you do set ctw(url) in your procedure, but ctw() is your array of global settings. When you set a variable used only in a local procedure, don't use a global variable. A global variable must be modified only when it's used by another proc.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2021 3:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ComputerTech wrote:
uh apologies, i made a new version of CT-weather and seem to have forgot to post the new one here, i'll do it in the morning Wink
Code:

[04:01] (@TechQ) [Weather] London, GB | 3.04C | 2.06mph | clear sky | 81%





[19:33:15] Tcl error [weather:call]: key "weather" not known in dictionary

please post an updated script Smile
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 27, 2021 6:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here it is
Code:

###########################################################
# CT-Weather                                              #
###########################################################
# Author:  ComputerTech                                   #
# Email:   ComputerTech312@Gmail.com                      #
# Github:  https://github.com/computertech312             #
# Version: 0.2                                            #
# Release: 27/04/2021                                     #
###########################################################
# Description:                                            #
#                                                         #
#              - A Weather script which uses the          #
#                OpenWeathermap API Key.                  #
#              - https://openweathermap.org/api           #
#                                                         #
# History:                                                #
#                                                         #
#               - 0.1: First release.                     #
#                                                         #
###########################################################
namespace eval ctweather {
##########################
# Start of configuration #
##########################

##########################
# Trigger
###
variable ::trig "!w"


##########################
# Flags
###
# Owner     = n
# Master    = m
# Op        = o
# Voice     = v
# Friend    = f
# Everyone  = -
##
variable ::flag "-"


##########################
# API Key
###
variable ::api "Your-API-Key"


##########################
# Output Method
###
# 0 = Notice
# 1 = Privmsg
# 2 = Channel
##
variable ::msg "2"


##########################
# Metric Type
###
# 0 = Metric
# 1 = Imperial
##
variable ::met "0"


##########################
#  End of configuration  #
###########################################################

package require json
package require tls
package require http

bind PUB $::flag $::trig [namespace current]::weather:call

proc weather:call {nick host hand chan text} {
   http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket]
   switch -- $::met {
      "0" {variable metr "metric"
         variable met2 "C"
         variable met3 "mph"}
      "1" {variable metr "imperial"
         variable met2 "F"
         variable met3 "kmph"}
   }
   switch -- $::msg {
      "0" {variable out "NOTICE $nick"}
      "1" {variable out "PRIVMSG $nick"}
      "2" {variable out "PRIVMSG $chan"}
   }
         variable url "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q=[join $text ,]&units=$metr&appid=$::api"
         variable data [http::data [http::geturl "$url" -timeout 10000]]
   variable data [http::data [http::geturl "$url" -timeout 10000]]
   http::cleanup $data
   http::unregister https
   variable data2 [::json::json2dict $data]
   variable cod [dict get $data2 "cod"]

   if {$cod == "404"} {
      putserv "PRIVMSG $chan \00304Page not found, be more specific\003"
   }
   if {$cod == "200"} {
      variable name [dict get $data2 "name"]
      variable sys [dict get $data2 "sys"]
      variable country [dict get $sys "country"]
      variable main [dict get $data2 "main"]
      variable temp [dict get $main "temp"]
      variable humidity [dict get $main "humidity"]
      variable wind [dict get $data2 "wind"]
      variable speed [dict get $wind "speed"]
      variable weather2 [dict get $data2 "weather"]
      variable current [dict get [lindex [dict get $data2 weather] 0] description]
      variable name   [encoding convertfrom utf-8 $name]
      putserv "$out :\[\00309Weather\003\] ${name}, $country | ${temp}$met2 | ${speed}$met3 | $current | ${humidity}%"
   }
}

}

###########################################################


CrazyCat: i tried your suggestion and only got a error back
Code:

TechQ cod 401 message {Invalid API key. Please see http://openweathermap.org/faq#error401 for more info.}

Improper syntax? i am unsure Confused

Anyway here's a example
Code:

TechQ [Weather] London, GB | 9.73C | 6.69mph | broken clouds | 66%


I plan to try add a option for users to add their default locations soon Wink
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PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2021 5:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ComputerTech,

I changed kmph and mph in Metric/Imperial part of the script.

Here:
Code:
proc weather:call {nick host hand chan text} {
   http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket]
   switch -- $::met {
      "0" {variable metr "metric"
         variable met2 "C"
         variable met3 "kmph"}
      "1" {variable metr "imperial"
         variable met2 "F"
         variable met3 "MPH"}
   }


I also added back the descriptions you had here:
Code:
putserv "$out :\[\00309Weather\003\] ${name}, $country | Temp: ${temp}$met2 | Wind: ${speed}$met3 | Conditions: $current | Humidity: ${humidity}%"


The issue I am having is the script will not show the correct city using a zip code and it will not return the correct location if the city has more then a one word name as in.

!w Salt Lake City, UT returns:
[Weather] Salt, ES | Temp: 57.72F | Wind: 2.3MPH | Conditions: few clouds | Humidity: 88%

I would also like to add the degree symbol "" as in: Temp: 57.72F.
But I have had no luck trying to fix the city issue or adding the degree symbol.

Thanks for the script and any suggestions you may have to fix/add one or both of them,
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PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2021 10:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i did some changes to the way the output shows as well

.w burwood au

[Weather] Location: Burwood, AU - Temperature: 16.23C - Wind: 0.81mph - Outside: clear sky - Humidity: 72%

.w sydney au

[Weather] Location: Sydney, AU - Temperature: 19.89C - Wind: 8.75mph - Outside: broken clouds - Humidity: 83%

Only issue i have is it can't tell the difference between different states when they have the same name sadly Sad
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PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2021 11:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Code:

###########################################################
# CT-Weather                                              #
###########################################################
# Author:  ComputerTech                                   #
# Email:   ComputerTech312@Gmail.com                      #
# Github:  https://github.com/computertech312             #
# Version: 0.2                                            #
# Release: 27/04/2021                                     #
###########################################################
# Description:                                            #
#                                                         #
#              - A Weather script which uses the          #
#                OpenWeathermap API Key.                  #
#              - https://openweathermap.org/api           #
#                                                         #
# History:                                                #
#                                                         #
#               - 0.1: First release.                     #
#                                                         #
###########################################################
namespace eval ctweather {
##########################
# Start of configuration #
##########################

##########################
# Trigger
###
variable ::trig "!w"


##########################
# Flags
###
# Owner     = n
# Master    = m
# Op        = o
# Voice     = v
# Friend    = f
# Everyone  = -
##
variable ::flag "-"


##########################
# API Key
###
variable ::api "59264c8c829cbcd87204931c232b8ae5"


##########################
# Output Method
###
# 0 = Notice
# 1 = Privmsg
# 2 = Channel
##
variable ::msg "2"


##########################
# Metric Type
###
# 0 = Metric
# 1 = Imperial
##
variable ::met "0"


##########################
#  End of configuration  #
###########################################################

package require json
package require tls
package require http

bind PUB $::flag $::trig [namespace current]::weather:call

proc weather:call {nick host hand chan text} {
   http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket]
   switch -- $::met {
      "0" {variable metr "metric"
         variable met2 "C"
         variable met3 "mph"}
      "1" {variable metr "imperial"
         variable met2 "F"
         variable met3 "kmph"}
   }
   switch -- $::msg {
      "0" {variable out "NOTICE $nick"}
      "1" {variable out "PRIVMSG $nick"}
      "2" {variable out "PRIVMSG $chan"}
   }
 set text [regsub { ([^ ]+)$} "$text" {,\1}]
 set text [regsub -all { } "$text" "%20"]
         variable url "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather?q=$text&units=$metr&appid=$::api"
         variable data [http::data [http::geturl "$url" -timeout 10000]]
   http::cleanup $data
   http::unregister https
   variable data2 [::json::json2dict $data]
 variable cod [dict get $data2 "cod"]

   if {$cod == "404"} {
      putserv "PRIVMSG $chan \00304Page not found, be more specific\003"
   }
   if {$cod == "200"} {
      variable name [dict get $data2 "name"]
      variable sys [dict get $data2 "sys"]
      variable country [dict get $sys "country"]
      variable main [dict get $data2 "main"]
      variable temp [dict get $main "temp"]
      variable humidity [dict get $main "humidity"]
      variable wind [dict get $data2 "wind"]
      variable speed [dict get $wind "speed"]
      variable weather2 [dict get $data2 "weather"]
      variable current [dict get [lindex [dict get $data2 weather] 0] description]
      variable name   [encoding convertfrom utf-8 $name]
      putserv "$out :\[\00309Weather\003\] ${name}, $country | ${temp}$met2 | ${speed}$met3 | $current | ${humidity}%"
   }
}
}

###########################################################


this works barely, problem with it is, if i did !w rio de janerio brazil ,it works, but if i did rio de janerio it wont work, since i add , at janerio, so yeah


i learnt that i need %20 between spaces, so like this
Code:

!w salt%20lake%20city,US

would using formatQuery do this automatically? because i tried that

Code:

namespace eval ctweather {
   ##########################
   # Start of configuration #
   ##########################

   ##########################
   # Trigger
   ###
   variable ::trig "!w"


   ##########################
   # Flags
   ###
   # Owner     = n
   # Master    = m
   # Op        = o
   # Voice     = v
   # Friend    = f
   # Everyone  = -
   ##
   variable ::flag "-"


   ##########################
   # API Key
   ###
   variable ::api "8c2a600d5d63d7fb13432fd58dcc419b"


   ##########################
   # Output Method
   ###
   # 0 = Notice
   # 1 = Privmsg
   # 2 = Channel
   ##
   variable ::msg "2"


   ##########################
   # Metric Type
   ###
   # 0 = Metric
   # 1 = Imperial
   ##
   variable ::met "0"


   ##########################
   #  End of configuration  #
   ###########################################################

   package require json
   package require tls
   package require http

   bind PUB $::flag $::trig [namespace current]::weather:call

   proc weather:call {nick host hand chan text} {
      http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket]
      switch -- $::met {
         "0" {variable metr "metric"
            variable met2 "C"
            variable met3 "mph"}
         "1" {variable metr "imperial"
            variable met2 "F"
            variable met3 "kmph"}
      }
      switch -- $::msg {
         "0" {variable out "NOTICE $nick"}
         "1" {variable out "PRIVMSG $nick"}
         "2" {variable out "PRIVMSG $chan"}
      }
      variable url "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather"
      variable params [::http::formatQuery q $text units $metr appid $::api]
      variable data [http::data [http::geturl $url -query $params -timeout 10000]]
      http::cleanup $data
      http::unregister https
      variable data2 [::json::json2dict $data]
      variable cod [dict get $data2 "cod"]

      if {$cod == "404"} {
         putserv "PRIVMSG $chan \00304Page not found, be more specific\003"
      }
      if {$cod == "200"} {
         variable name [dict get $data2 "name"]
         variable sys [dict get $data2 "sys"]
         variable country [dict get $sys "country"]
         variable main [dict get $data2 "main"]
         variable temp [dict get $main "temp"]
         variable humidity [dict get $main "humidity"]
         variable wind [dict get $data2 "wind"]
         variable speed [dict get $wind "speed"]
         variable weather2 [dict get $data2 "weather"]
         variable current [dict get [lindex [dict get $data2 weather] 0] description]
         variable name   [encoding convertfrom utf-8 $name]
         putserv "$out :\[\00309Weather\003\] ${name}, $country | ${temp}$met2 | ${speed}$met3 | $current | ${humidity}%"
      }
   }
}

The above code using formatQuery doesn't output anything, nor any errors
i dunno, all help is appreciated :/
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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2021 1:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is all I got today messing with it:
Code:
##########################
# Start of configuration #
##########################

##########################
# Trigger
###
variable ::trig "!w"


##########################
# Flags
###
# Owner     = n
# Master    = m
# Op        = o
# Voice     = v
# Friend    = f
# Everyone  = -
##
variable ::flag "-"


##########################
# API Key
###
variable ::api "Your-API-Key"


##########################
# Output Method
###
# 0 = Notice
# 1 = Privmsg
# 2 = Channel
##
variable ::msg "2"


##########################
# Metric Type
###
# 0 = Metric
# 1 = Imperial
##
variable ::met "1"


##########################
#  End of configuration  #
###########################################################

package require json
package require tls
package require http

bind PUB $::flag $::trig weather:call

proc weather:call {nick host hand chan text} {
   if {![channel get $chan weather]} { return }
   http::register https 443 [list ::tls::socket]
   switch -- $::met {
      "0" {variable metr "metric"
         variable met2 "C"
         variable met3 "mph"}
      "1" {variable metr "imperial"
         variable met2 "F"
         variable met3 "kp/h"}
   }
   switch -- $::msg {
      "0" {variable out "NOTICE $nick"}
      "1" {variable out "PRIVMSG $nick"}
      "2" {variable out "PRIVMSG $chan"}
   }
   variable url "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather"
   variable params [::http::formatQuery zip $text units $metr appid $::api]
   variable data [http::data [http::geturl "$url?$params" -timeout 10000]]
   http::cleanup $data
   http::unregister https
   variable data2 [::json::json2dict $data]
   variable cod [dict get $data2 "cod"]
   
   if {$text == ""} {
      putserv "PRIVMSG $chan \00304Please specify a US postal zip code.\003"
   }
   if {$cod == "404"} {
      putserv "PRIVMSG $chan \00304Please specify a US postal zip code.\003"
   }
   if {$cod == "200"} {
      variable name [dict get $data2 "name"]
      variable sys [dict get $data2 "sys"]
      variable country [dict get $sys "country"]
      variable main [dict get $data2 "main"]
      variable temp [dict get $main "temp"]
      variable humidity [dict get $main "humidity"]
      variable wind [dict get $data2 "wind"]
      variable speed [dict get $wind "speed"]
      variable weather2 [dict get $data2 "weather"]
      variable current [dict get [lindex [dict get $data2 weather] 0] description]
      variable name   [encoding convertfrom utf-8 $name]
      putserv "$out :\[\00309Weather\003\] Location: ${name}, $country | Temperature: ${temp}$met2 | Wind: ${speed}$met3 | Conditions: $current | Humidity: ${humidity}%"
   }
}

setudef flag weather
###########################################################


I changed this line to where it works with US zip codes only:
Code:
variable params [::http::formatQuery zip $text units $metr appid $::api]


Edit:
I removed the namespace and added a user def. flag. Also added this line:
Code:
   if {$text == ""} {
      putserv "PRIVMSG $chan \00304Please specify a US postal zip code.\003"
   }
for users that only type !w
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PostPosted: Thu May 06, 2021 5:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ComputerTech wrote:
The above code using formatQuery doesn't output anything, nor any errors
i dunno, all help is appreciated :/


hum, can I say "RTFM" ? https://www.tcl-lang.org/man/tcl/TclCmd/http.htm#M29
Quote:
This flag causes ::http::geturl to do a POST request that passes the query as payload verbatim to the server.


This one works:
Code:
set url "http://api.openweathermap.org/data/2.5/weather"
set params [::http::formatQuery q $text units $metr APPID $::api]
putlog "$url?$params"
set tok [http::geturl "$url?$params" -timeout 10000]


Short thing about your script: you create a namespace but put all your variables in the global ? That's weird. You loose all benefits from namespace
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