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Old 02-02-2004, 02:17 AM   #1
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Default help me to SCHEDULED REQUEST ANNOUNCING in IRC

i want to announcing about request content in IRC channel. scheduled intermittently.
example script like below

[schedule]
IRCrequest = 0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * EXEC ..\scripts\ioA\ioA.exe Request

but this command is not function.
I know that it is normal ..
ioA.exe isn't have request command
who are help me to making this function

!requests command in IRC is rarely used

if scheduled request announcing is making. it can used in IRC channel by many people
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Old 02-02-2004, 02:02 PM   #2
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using ioFTPD scheduler won't work.
use a bind - time ... in your ioBanana...
I'm pretty sure u can find the syntax somewhere...
And for the procedure called on that bind, use the same as the !siterequests bind - pub ... line
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Old 02-02-2004, 11:51 PM   #3
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Default sorry~

i can't understand your comment
please. teach to me more easily..

1. iobanana.ini(in ioftpd) have not "bind"(?)
2. iobanana.tcL(in eggdrop script) have "bind"...
but it is used by below pattern
"bind pub - [set ioss(cmdpre)] nukes nukesalias"
there is no bind time example (etc. bine time - is not be)
3. i think that modified iobanana.ini does not cause
scheduled annoncing..
so. i'm understand your comment totaly

i just want that
automatically request content announcing in irc channel with interval(30min or 1hour)

recently, my ioftpd and windrop's request fuction is well working
site request, site reqfilled, site reqdel(in FTP), !requests(in irc) function working well. etc...
!requests
[ CURRENT REQUESTS ] :
[ REQUEST ] there is currently no request.
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Old 02-03-2004, 12:49 PM   #4
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ioBanana.tcl

copy the bind pub - ... requests

and change the bind pub for bind time

ask google for the right syntax for bind time - ...
"eggdrop bind time" should do.
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Old 02-03-2004, 09:54 PM   #5
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Default thank you.. i find method

i'm testing now whether if it is stable method or not
when i think that is stable.. i will open this method
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Old 02-03-2004, 10:17 PM   #6
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Talking thank's to Mouton

add to iobanana.TCL in windrop's script
Code:
bind time - "* * * * *" siterequests
; 5 star mean <min> <hour> <date> <month> <year>
; if you want to announcing per 10min "?0 * * * *"
; if you want to announcing per hour.. "00 * * * *"
; if you want to announcing per day.. "00 00 * * *"
; 0 is non-specific
; if you want to announcing per 30min, add two line to iobanana.tcl
; .... bind time - "00 * * * *" siterequests
; .... bind time - "30 * * * *" siterequests

add below text.. too!
Code:
#siterequests for irc announcing#
proc siterequests {min hour day month year} {
	global ioss
	set status [catch { set ee [::ftp::Quote $ioss(ftp) SITE request] } result]
	if {$status == 1 || $ioss(ftp_error)=="Not connected!"} {putlog "$result"; ftp_force_login; return}
	set lines [split $ee \n]
########        set lines [lreplace $lines 0 1]
########        set lines [lreplace $lines end-2 end]
        sndall "ioss" $ioss(t_request_header)
        set go 0
        foreach line $lines {
            set lbit [regexp -inline -- "200- *(\[^ \]*) (.*) *$ioss(reqsplitter) *(.*) *" $line]
            if {[llength $lbit]==0} {continue}
            set number [lindex $lbit 1]
            set name [lindex $lbit 2]; regsub -all -- { } $name {} name
            set req [lindex $lbit 3]; regsub -all -- { } $req {} req
            set output $ioss(t_request_body)
            set output [replacevar $output "%number" "$number"]
            set output [replacevar $output "%request" "$req"]
            set output [replacevar $output "%name" "$name"]
            sndall "ioss" $output
            incr go
        }
        if {$go == 0} {
            sndall "ioss" $ioss(t_request_no)
        }
}
; except 1,2 line ... text is same to iobanana's request (req123)
; iobanan(19)'s syntax is mismatch to new ioa(1.0.?)'s syntax.
so, i delete two "set lines" for function by ########
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Old 02-04-2004, 10:13 AM   #7
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as i said, simply replicating the requests bind would work if u already use ioBanana.tcl

bind pub - [set ioBvar(cmdpre)]requests reqalias

is already there, so u add your bind time like this:

bind time - "* * * * *" reqalias

so the same proc will be called on !requests and on timer...
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Old 02-04-2004, 10:14 PM   #8
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Default thank's to your comment

i can prove this problem hardly
but i'm not think that is waste the time

if i have a time, i hope to study about TCL language(?)

your last comment is not working..

my test script(?)
bind time - "?0 * * * *" reqalias
bind time - "?5 * * * *" requests (for testing)
is not working

but
bind time - "00 * * * *" siterequests( see above)
is working

can your comment good working by other method changing??
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Old 02-05-2004, 03:56 PM   #9
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now that i think about it....
bind time and bind pub probably don't require the same parameters in proc definitions.
so u would need a reqalias2... but eh... it works your way, keep it
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