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Short Description
kdb is a small pluggable IRC Bot framework utilizing the circuits Python Application Framework
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kdb is a small pluggable IRC Bot framework utilizing the circuits Python Application Framework.

kdb was one of the first "test" applications written in circuits and is still maintained and kept up-to-date with new features and changes in circuits.

You may use kdb as a framework to build your own projects that use the IRC protocol. kdb itself comes with a suite of useful plugins and features. If you'd like to see it in action, feel free to get in touch with the developer James Mills (prologic) on the FreeNode IRC Network who resides in the #circuits channel.

kdb was created by and is primarily maintained by James Mills

Installation

$ pip install kdb

Usage

$ kdb irc.freenode.net

For other options:

$ kdb --help

Installation and Usage on Docker

kdb is now Docker ready and can be run with:

$ docker run -d -p 8000:8000 -v $(pwd)/etc:/etc/kdb prologic/kdb --config=/etc/kdb/kdb.ini

note

Be sure to edit etc/kdb.ini or change the above line
to suit your needs mounting the configuration directory from another path on your host.

Alternatively you can spin up kdb using Docker and Docker Compose:

docker-compose up -d

Using the following docker-compose.yml:

kdb:
    image: prologic/kdb
    volumes:
        - ${PWD}/etc:/etc/kdb
    environment:
        - PORT=8000
        - VIRTUALHOST=kdb.vz1.bne.shortcircuit.net.au
    command: --config=/etc/kdb/kdb.ini
    restart: always

This also conveniently uses autodock-paas to setup virtualhost routing for the web interface for the domain: http://kdb.vz1.bne.shortcircuit.net.au/

Plugins

kdb has a full complementary set of plugins available.

For a list of available plugins, see:

https://github.com/prologic/kdb/tree/master/kdb/plugins/

You may install the latest Development Version via:

$ pip install kdb==dev
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