Options: -f FORMAT, --format=NAME Log format (pocoirc or irssi) -c CASE, --case=CASE The IRC server's case mapping -b NICK, --bot=NICK The nickname of the IRC bot -r RX --ignore-regex=RX A regex for lines to ignore -n NICK, --ignore-nick=NICK A nickname to ignore -h, --help Print this help message -v, --version Print version number
Input is accepted on STDIN, and output is delivered to STDOUT.
You should use the
--bot option if your bot was present when the channel was logged as it will strip the "botname: " part from messages where users addressed the bot.
If your bot (or any other bot in the channel) can take commands that all start in a similar way, use the
--ignore-regex option to ignore those lines, e.g.
--ignore-regex='^!\w+' for bots that react to commands prefixed with '!'.
# convert irssi log, ignoring "MyBot: " prefix and lines with URLs cat ~/logs/\#chan.log | irchailo-seed -f irssi -b MyBot -r '\w+://\w' > hailo.trn
--case option controls the second parameter passed to
lc_irc from IRC::Utils. The default is 'rfc1459'. You usually don't have to change this. Consult that package's documentation for more information.
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LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2010 Hinrik Örn Sigurðsson
This program is free software, you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.