|Minimum requirements:||JRE 6|
|Development state:||Release Candidate|
|Source model:||Closed Source|
|Last stable release:||1.57 (September 23, 2012)|
|License type:||Free software (CC)
Indigo is an object oriented Java bot, that works with dAmn and Llama servers, made by BaronOBeanDip. Indigo is completely free to use. Development started on June 1, 2011. Indigo is currently in the Release Candidate stage of development.
Indigo currently has the following features implemented.
- Chat Logs
- Tablumps Parsing
- Easy to install module system
- Very modular dAmn client backbone
- Permission System
- Auto Updater
- A note module that syncs with other Indigo bots
OAuth2 login support (x86 runtimes only)This feature is currently being reimplemented, sorry.
- Authtoken storing
Indigo comes with a few modules. You can find more here [here]. Please note Indigo is currently is not ready for full 3rd party support, as the API is still a work in progress.
As of 0.23, Indigo will automatically update when a new version is available. You do NOT have a choice to update at this time, because this is to prevent the abuse of security holes.
Indigo is currently in the Release Candidate stage of development. Only "Activated" versions of Indigo are shown here. "Deactivated" copies of Indigo must update to one of the following "Activated" versions of Indigo, shown below. The Install guide for Indigo is found [here].
- Due to the recent change with dA's auth Indigo is unable to login at this time, a fix will be available eventually.
- Indigo's changelogs can be found HERE.
Feedback & Bugs
Feedback is appreciated, leave any feedback on the discussion page of this article. Also leave any suggestions on the discussion page. Bugs should be reported to the current dev () so they can be fixed. You can usually find in .