Jump to navigation Jump to search
|Source model:||Open source|
|Last stable release:||1.0 (Nov 23, 2006)|
|Last preview release:||None|
|License type:||Free software (GPL)
Extract the files for Charon. Double click on the main file and then let it die. (This creates a config file.)
Edit the config.ini file to your liking.
- 'username' => , This set the bot's user name.
- Looks like
- 'username' => 'TurkeyBot',
So on and so forth
- Password for the account
- Bot's Trigger
- Your username
- Don't worry about this one.
- This sets the about message for the command !about, leave it blank to disable both the welcome command and the bot's reply to trigcheck
- See PHP's date() function for the stuff to put in here
- Same as above.
- List of auto-join rooms. See the Noodlebot Readme for instructions on setting Noodlebot's autojoin list. (This bot works the same in that respect)
Stats and Commands
- 32.1 kb in 3 php files, launcher file, and 1 folder. (8kb in a rar file)
- All commands (except about) are restricted to the bot's owner.
Has a few commands:
- Say the about text that is in the config file.
- Any user can access this command
- Manage the auto-join list
- List of commands
- Execute php code.
- Join a room
- Leave a room
- Replies "pong" (Does not do a lag check)
- Kill the bot
- Say text
- This is the only thing it does
- Bot core
- You can build a bot on top of a stable core if you wish.
Both Paradiso and Einstein are based on Charon.