lambdabot setup

Valery V. Vorotyntsev valery.vv at
Tue Feb 5 12:02:48 EST 2008

Dear, lazy programmers,

Please let me know the proper place to report lambdabot bugs,
and feel free to ignore the rest of message.

Are you still reading? In this case you may want to know that
*** I've successfully installed lambdabot with GHC 6.9! :) ***
Kudos to Cale & the IRC crowd for making my day

Boring part:

  $ darcs get
  $ cd lambdabot
  $ runhaskell Setup configure --prefix=$HOME --user
  $ runhaskell Setup build
  $ touch LICENSE  # see the patch attached
  $ runhaskell Setup install

Interesting part:

  $ lambdabot -e 'hoogle map'
  Initialising plugins ...........Plugin.Djinn: couldn't find djinn binary
  ...........................sending message to bogus server:
IrcMessage {msgServer = "freenode", msgLBName = "urk!<outputmessage>",
msgPrefix = "", msgCommand = "NAMES", msgParams = [""]}
  .................. done.
  A Hoogle error occured.
  Exception: all servers detached
  State/seen: openBinaryFile: does not exist (No such file or directory)

  $ hoogle map
  Could not find hoogle database, looked for: hoogle.txt

In order to make `hoogle' binary usable, one should copy `hoogle.txt'
file to "$(dirname $(which hoogle))/" directory:

  $ cp State/hoogle.txt ~/bin/  # FIXME
  $ hoogle map

To my believe, it's a package's responsibility to copy data files to
proper locations (during `runhaskell Setup install' step).

And hoogle _plugin_ still doesn't work though.

  $ lambdabot
  Initialising plugins ...........Plugin.Djinn: couldn't find djinn binary
  ...........................sending message to bogus server:
IrcMessage {msgServer = "freenode", msgLBName = "urk!<outputmessage>",
msgPrefix = "", msgCommand = "NAMES", msgParams = [""]}
  .................. done.
  lambdabot> hoogle map
  A Hoogle error occured.
  lambdabot> lambdabot: user error (<eof>)

  Exception: all servers detached

Thank you.


Tue Feb  5 18:38:55 EET 2008  "Valery V. Vorotyntsev" <valery.vv at>
  * `LICENSE' file added

Tue Feb  5 18:37:12 EET 2008  "Valery V. Vorotyntsev" <valery.vv at>
  * lambdabot.cabal: add `build-type' to make Cabal happy
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New patches:

[lambdabot.cabal: add `build-type' to make Cabal happy
"Valery V. Vorotyntsev" <valery.vv at>**20080205163712] {
hunk ./lambdabot.cabal 19
+build-type:          Simple

[`LICENSE' file added
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[Moved common expression and declaration parsing to Lib.Parser; improved balanced paren check
twanvl at**20071015232209] 
[Split up Pl\Rules into three files to make it a little easier to understand
twanvl at**20071015214400] 
[More commenting of Pl
twanvl at**20071015205616] 
[Added more advanced way of composing plugins
twanvl at**20071015004758] 
[Added comments to Pl code in my attempt to understand it
twanvl at**20071015004725] 
[Worked around the lack of readline on windows, added a very simple replacement
twanvl at**20071015004544] 
[Some more creativity in insults and confirmation messages
twanvl at**20071015004425] 
[sync state
dons at**20070816045835] 
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[sort some chans
dons at**20070816045422] 
[Fixed instance Ord Nick so it'll actually work this time
svein.ove at**20070803224228] 
[Instance Ord for Nick
svein.ove at**20070803200628
 Overriding Eq but not Ord meant that Foo > FOO is true, but so is FOO == 
 This patch fixes it by overriding Ord to behave the same way.
[IRC nicknames are case-insensitive
svein.ove at**20070802132816] 
[Remove the Arbitrary instance for Maybe; it is rarely used, and conflicts with an instance in the 6.6.1 QuickCheck
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[finish implementing "forget"
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[Use a thin wrapper over haskell-src instead of trying to build on the undocumented internal haskell-src functions.  Should increase robustness.
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[Add @forget to remove quotes (unpriviledged by analogy with @where+ lambdabot <deleted>)
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[Fix functions name clash in Lib/Parser.hs
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[update channel list
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[only have @state disabled
dons at**20070725033021] 
[Fixed very small cpphs issue in Lib/Parser.*
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[Fixed problems with DarcsPatchWatch
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[Convert vixen's data to new 64-bit Binary format, including code used (in comments)
Samuel Bronson <naesten at>**20070628155642] 
[give a helpful message when user types "make" instead of deleting stuff
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[fix unary negation in Pl parser
cdsmith at**20070620052142] 
[and hide Traversable
dons at**20070619041024] 
[update the .rc files
dons at**20070619035426] 
[some state patches
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[add online2.rc
dons at**20070304044712] 
[update online.rc
dons at**20070304044636] 
[Ignore a trailing : in nicknames
mail at**20070616181123
 A usecase for @tell is:
 > dons: Something important
 then noticing that dons is not there, adding a @tell in the beginning
 > @tell dons: Something important
 And generally it is nice to be able to write:
 > @tell someone: something
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[Make lambdabot more polite (respond to thanks)
mail at**20070616103520] 
[@type: remove Data.Traversable import, it clashes with Prelude names
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[Make "active" in @users consider last 30 minutes
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[RunPlugs: fix Control.Monad.Writer import
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[Fix @redo and infix applications
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[import Monad.Writer qualified
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[Resync djinn from darcs head
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[add #ai channel and ignore the ai-depot bot there.
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[Implement a simple ignore command for lambdabot
Bertram Felgenhauer <int-e at>**20070328180812
 This patch adds an 'ignore' command similar to the existing 'admin' command.
 Right now it matches users per string match, not per mask so that it is
 ineffective against malicious users; it does, however, work for friendly
 ignores - like other bots.
[make @wiki translate spaces to underscores
Jason Creighton <jcreigh at>**20070313012928] 
[account for infix decls in precedence fixing
cdsmith at**20070506202446] 
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cdsmith at**20070506044357
 This fixes precedence problems in unpl, by adding a step that transforms 
 the parsed grammar to obey precedence rules.
 As of right now:
 1. Only operators from the Prelude are counted.
 2. Precedence is not fixed in let bindings
 3. Infix operators in patterns don't work.
[the first lambdabot plugin I wrote, circa 2004. aFind the temperature in Sydney
dons at**20070304041525] 
[obsolete seen state
dons at**20070304041426] 
[import Prelude hiding (mapM, sequence, mapM_, sequence_)
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[@src gracefully handles operators with or without parens
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[the Text.Regex module has changed..
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[merge depends
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Don Stewart <dons at>**20070214002425] 
[add IntMap
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070213232026] 
[don't need template-haskell package now
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211235116] 
[make L.hs visible to @type, really
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211235050] 
[use -fextended-default-rules to avoid extra type annotatoins in irc
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211234346] 
[make L.hs visible to :t
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211234334] 
[h98 be gone!
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211233012] 
[ditch TH
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211233002] 
[Bring in a bunch of new things 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070211232946] 
[make ghc 6.6 + runplugs the default build strategy now
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[Make ?unmtl support trailing comments
Lennart Kolmodin <kolmodin at>**20070205205945
 ?unmtl State Int a -- wazza!?!?
 err: Unterminated end-of-line comment
 ?unmtl State Int a
 Int -> (a, Int)
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[Use hpaste's pretty domain name
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[Factor string constant into pastebinMsg.
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[Intercept "lisppaste2: url" and respond with hpaste!
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[UnMtl should join tuples when possible
Lennart Kolmodin <kolmodin at>**20070124104855] 
[UnMtl should curry if possible
Lennart Kolmodin <kolmodin at>**20070124104811] 
[Add UnMtl module
Lennart Kolmodin <kolmodin at>**20070123221755] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070123203735] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070123103738] 
[fix type errors believed to result from binary changes
stefanor at*-20070113064049] 
[Lie about BotPP's language dependencies, for the sake of shim
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>*-20070121095331] 
[add dyndns short url for hpaste
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070121210957] 
[Lie about BotPP's language dependencies, for the sake of shim
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070121095331] 
[add support for a polynick to have | separated terms
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070122060825] 
[add NickEq support to Karma
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070122055045] 
[nick identity, act 1 - the base API
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070122040126] 
[No response for @seen in channel
Spencer Janssen <sjanssen at>**20070122064822] 
[Plugin.Karma: minor cosmetic change.
Spencer Janssen <sjanssen at>**20070119164230] 
[pastebin has moved again
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070120004657] 
[split optimizer out of Plugin.Pl.Transform
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070116035506] 
[Make -- comments work in @unpl
Spencer Janssen <sjanssen at>**20070116033328] 
[make @paste use glguy's amazing Haskell-hosted pastebin
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070118232735] 
[make last patch compile & work
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115190136] 
[make @seen not ping entire channels
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115185300] 
[a few small doc updates
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115185211] 
[claim more credit
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115104105] 
[create a admin-only @activity-full ; obscure usernames in normal @activity
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115103956] 
[fix admin list in online.rc
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115102829] 
[default to offline mode
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115101911] 
[use older System.Time in Activity (I failed a check-compatibility check)
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070115094230] 
[centralize QSem waiting, fixes serious race condition
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070114220920
 This creates a single MVar for IRC flood control, which is filled at a
 predictable rate by the semaphore code.  This allows the semaphores to
 be used only from the safe fill loops; previously the semaphores were
 waited on in plugin context, causing deadlocks when waitQSem was
[add a little strictness to fix Activity
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070114052638] 
[only ask for topic in response to our joining ; should give much better netsplit performance
Stefan O'Rear <stefanor at>**20070113230626] 
[use new time library in Activity ; fix interval bug
stefanor at**20070113064132] 
[fix type errors believed to result from binary changes
stefanor at**20070113064049] 
[remove State/passwd support (forgotten in previous config-sweep)
stefanor at**20070113010612] 
[rename OfflineRC.source to rc (fixes embarassing collision)
stefanor at**20070113004912
 The current expected method of initalizing lambdabot is:
 lambdabot -e 'rc online.rc'
 online.rc contains commands for server connection, joining,
 admin setup, and sources 'passwd.rc' which is expected to contain
 a 'msg freenode:nickserv identify foobar' commmand.
[Lambdabot now depends on 'binary'
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070112125037
 Toss out the old newBinary, in favour of 'binary'. 
     darcs get
 Note that you'll have to remove the State/seen file, since it uses a new
 binary encoding. 
[remove from Config.hs all that is currently subsumed by rc-files
stefanor at**20070112015056] 
[reverse-sort @activity
stefanor at**20070111050140] 
[add @listservers, @admin
stefanor at**20070111050106] 
[sign on synchronously, fixes a race
stefanor at**20070111044427] 
[I ought to typecheck before sending :(
stefanor at**20070111043845] 
[add 'source' command, to load a rcfile: lambdabot -e 'source online.rc'
stefanor at**20070111043215] 
[remove core IRC
stefanor at**20070109053326
 This patch removes the core's IRC and readline modules; you are now expected
 to use the plugin versions instead:
 lambdabot -e offline  # use the readline interface
 lambdabot -e 'irc-connect freenode 6667 lambdabot Lambda_robots:_100%_loyal'
[add simple activity-monitor plugin
stefanor at**20070111035033] 
[add the plugin level IRC, @irc-connect to use
stefanor at**20070109040641] 
[add offline mode to OfflineRC plugin
stefanor at**20070109012406
 The new offline mode is activated using the ?offline privileged command,
 and works mostly like the core offline mode.  Currently it is treated as
[add first OfflineRC plugin; -e works now
stefanor at**20070109005834
 This creates a new plugin, which executes the actions specified using
 -e 'foo'.  The actions are processed and executed as if entered at an
 offline prompt.
[remove the Maybe from lambdabot's readonly state
stefanor at**20070109000344
 This appeared as the easiest way to solve the 'No connection' errors 
 encountered with initDoneMVar; it is hoped that this will cause no
 problems, since the virtual-chat system subsumes what Heffalump called
 the original purpose of the Maybe.
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108100640] 
[add initDoneMVar, so that plugins that want to run code when LB is fully initialized can forkIO (readMVar ...)
stefanor at**20070108050530] 
[add command-line parsing for -e 'foo' (execute command on startup)
stefanor at**20070108044501] 
[more source
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108035503] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108034833] 
[add missing
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108033727] 
[tag messages with lambdabot's nick
stefanor at**20070108024528
 To allow different servers to have different names for lambdabot, but not
 require the LB monad for accessing lambdabot's name, we annotate incoming
 IRCMessages with a msgLBName field.  This seems a little too hackish...
[more classes
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108032913] 
[fix @time
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108032903] 
[only catch IO errors in IRC send handler (brown paper bag fix)
stefanor at**20070108022410] 
[add words
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108020716] 
[add some classes
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108020031] 
[try to return the time for the person who asked, if no args are supplied
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108014205] 
[move testsuite
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070108011401] 
[create vchat indirection layer
stefanor at**20070107225838
 In order to support having several different servers, potentially
 speaking different protocols, we insert an additional layer of
 indirection in the path used for sending messages.  An `ircServerMap'
 field in the main state maps the server tags to functions which are
 able to send messages to the associated servers.  The two original
 servers are modified to be actions which, when run, connect to the
 servers in a newly-forked thread and register the servers in the
 vchat's map.  When any server fails (IO error), it is removed from the
 map.  The main thread terminates when the number of servers falls to
 The names invocation in Seen fails due to the "freenode" server not
 being connected at the time of module initialisation; the effects of
 this are unknown, however Seen works in autojoined channels.
 There is no longer any connection-specific data in the read-only
[Test @src
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107111131] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107101347] 
[more tests
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107094716] 
[more tests
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107084332] 
[more test stuff
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107083114] 
[remove the Maybe type on message sends (unneccessary now that plugins are invoked synchronously)
stefanor at**20070107081055] 
[add readme
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107080217] 
[Add unit tests `finally`
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107075248] 
[update commands
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107071058] 
[add printing for moduleInit exceptions (so you don't get silent failure)
stefanor at**20070107030746] 
[add timeout in offline mode
stefanor at**20070107030721] 
[rollback Base.hs patch
Don Stewart <dons at>*-20070107030509] 
[rollback Base.hs patch
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107030509] 
[fix separate privmsg/channel handling
Don Stewart <dons at>*-20070106031541] 
[better catch url lookup failures
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070107030133] 
[threading rearchitecture, make almost everything synchronous
stefanor at**20070107010531
 * The read loop calls LMain.received (via a pointer to avoid recursive module
   issues): offline does it synchronously, online does it asynchronously.
 * Also due to recursive module issues, the IRC loops (kept in IRC) were split
   from the IRC data types (in IRCBase).
 * LMain.recieved calls the callbacks syncronously.
 * Side effects:
   There is no longer a need for the synchronization MVars.
   Offline mode no longer has a timeout.
[hide TH
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106104125] 
[some more types
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106075623] 
dons at**20070106075544] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106070731] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106065424] 
[update source
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106064029] 
[add LargeWord
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106061152] 
[fix separate privmsg/channel handling
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070106031541] 
[add stref code
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070104083515] 
[Satisfy my ego
Spencer Janssen <sjanssen at>**20070104073029] 
[change default tag to "freenode" (was "fn"), as discussed on IRC
stefanor at**20070104053822] 
[use tag/channel names for logfiles
stefanor at**20070104045851] 
[refactor, add @spell-all 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070104041905] 
[Declare my LB-hacker-status
stefanor at**20070104035831] 
[add Spelling Nazi (@nazi-on, @nazi-off)
stefanor at**20070104035539] 
[compulsively lowercase nicks in Seen
stefanor at**20070104032120] 
[more state
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070104013731] 
[src tweaks
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103234837] 
[add some class instances
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103110126] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103045915] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103045847] 
dons at**20070103044300] 
[update state
dons at**20070103043616] 
[Use gzip serialisation on more state types
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103040516] 
[Add Gzip compression of the state. Use zcat to read State/quote now. Needs dcoutt's zlib binding, see the README
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[resolve conflict
stefanor at**20070103024958] 
[fix instance Show Nick so that save files from patched LB's can be read by unpatched LB's... just in case.
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[try again - get Seen working
stefanor at**20070103014747] 
[fix all compile errors in Seen
stefanor at**20070103004706] 
[hopefully fix Seen
stefanor at**20070103003705] 
[get Seen compiling
stefanor at**20070102023628] 
[three lambdabotName fixes
stefanor at**20070103002550] 
[two nick-type fixes
stefanor at**20070103002223] 
[fix lack of privs at offline console
stefanor at**20070102040833] 
[force Base to compile
stefanor at**20070102035607] 
[fix Compose
stefanor at**20070102031951] 
[fix Karma
stefanor at**20070102031852] 
[fix Localtime
stefanor at**20070102025619] 
[fix Log + More
stefanor at**20070102025220] 
[fix LBState + PL
stefanor at**20070102024112] 
[fixup Todo to properly keep server data
stefanor at**20070102000901] 
[refactor Message, add (un)packing
stefanor at**20070102000203] 
[fix Slap + System
stefanor at**20070101234737] 
[fix Tell + Todo
stefanor at**20070101233739] 
[make Topic compile
stefanor at**20070101231716] 
[fixup ios80
stefanor at**20070101222701] 
[fix errors induced in Lambdabot
stefanor at**20070101222531] 
[fixup IRC for server tags
stefanor at**20070101214510] 
[fix errors in Message
stefanor at**20070101211206] 
[add types for attaching server names to messages
stefanor at**20070101210528] 
[some more @src
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103024354] 
[more src
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103023519] 
[add bytestring-based fprocess_ module command. takes a msg as a bytestring and returns one. Avoids unnec. unpacks, and will be part of the bytestring-only path in and out of lambdabot
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103021755] 
[i wrote another plugin
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103021747] 
[needs -cpp for ./ghci script
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103021736] 
[Refactor some popen uses
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103011720] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103011614] 
[remove LShell.hs, too many external deps
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103011506] 
[add readOnly serial combinator, refactor
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103010227] 
[add some more source
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070103003856] 
[leading spaces
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102235425] 
[some more @whers
dons at**20070102112240] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102092620] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102091434] 
[add some extra things to @type
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102074151] 
[don't import L qualified
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102072618] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102072610] 
[move functions
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102071710] 
[fix id
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102071327] 
[more src
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102065247] 
[add @src plugin
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102062620] 
[tweaks for @src
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102062558] 
[remove prelude.lam
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102044117] 
[remove State/lambda
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070102044008] 
[sync state
dons at**20070102020240] 
[add @flush
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101090234] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101071417] 
[move vixen state
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101060330] 
[6.4 isms
dons at**20070101055658] 
dons at**20070101054010] 
[Remove @lambda plugin. Unused since the invention of Eval
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101052359] 
[no more DrHylo
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101051858] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101051817] 
[add clean target
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101051405] 
[update 6.4 cabal file
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101051324] 
[And back port new regex interface to 6.4
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101051308] 
[fix way=ghci
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101045852] 
[no more moos
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101045847] 
[don't need Lib.Regex as extra anymore
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101044459] 
[we need regex-posix now
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101044446] 
[port to new regex interface
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101044439] 
[Add regex-posix wrapper layer, rather than rolling our own bytestring regex
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101044400] 
[Remove regex.hsc
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101044344] 
[no more vixenstate file
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101032731] 
[serliase vixen state to disk, rather than compiling it in
Don Stewart <dons at>**20070101032701] 
[record some quotes
dons at**20061231114853] 
[switch to a simple MVar track for output from the contextual handler
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061231110733] 
[print name of author when doing pattern matching
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061231102620] 
[make ./ghci a bit friendlier
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061231101404] 
[implement regex matching for quotes
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061231101348] 
[bytestring interface to regex matching, and fix premature optimisation bug
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061231101322] 
[make the ghc 6.6 cabal file the default
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061231063912] 
[Improve nick++ handling.
Spencer Janssen <sjanssen at>**20061226204954
 Messages may now have several occurrences of nick++ and nick--.  The current
 code should ignore most Haskell or Perl code that happens to have ++ or --
 in it.
[Add #if'd aliases to Lib/ for functions in haskell-src that were renamed post-6.6
stefanor at**20061220071934] 
[Special case lowercase c++, so that lazy irc-ers don't inadvertantly praise c
stefanor at**20061220211927] 
[fix expected location of BotPP
stefanor at**20061223002750] 
[op sjanssen, int-e and sorear
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061220071649] 
[add some more monads
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061218105226] 
[record patch for Syzygy-
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061215141211] 
dons at**20061212055301] 
[log-log commiter graph script
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061209040542] 
[bug fix
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061209010234] 
[add @bug
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061209005730] 
[stunnel instructions in README
Daniel Nilsson <vq at>**20061207104152] 
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061208001843] 
[more state
dons at**20061205000454] 
[update state
dons at**20061204235759] 
[Pointful: removing broken 'fix' definition
Kevin Reid <kpreid at>**20061204222252] 
[Pointful: recognize ($)
Kevin Reid <kpreid at>**20061204222122] 
[increase N bytes limit for grabbing titles
dons at**20061204002654] 
[increase tinyurl threshold
Don Stewart <dons at>**20061204002111] 
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[Fix static build
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   and similarily bindModule0 and bindModule2.
 - a lot of small changes to plugins were necessary because the types
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[Fix HTTP/1.1 headers to avoid persistent connections and associated timeouts
davidf at**20060703115945
 HTTP/1.1 by default maintains persistent connections. Url plugin now sends
 correct headers to close the connection and stop timeouts with some servers.
[Fix @instances for Arrow and Monad and other classes where (->), or indeed any operator involving the character '-', was an instance.
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[Every project needs a cheesy ASCII-art logo! TODO: make it better. I'm not too
david <david at localhost.localdomain>**20060612175106
 gifted in the creative sectors :)
[Fix url handling to be HTTP/1.1 for requests not sent through a proxy
davidf at**20060630110228
 Webservers are often required to be HTTP/1.1 compliant, which requires
 an extra host: header to be sent to identify virtual hosts.  Proxies
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[some palomers
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pete-lambdabot at**20060618044512
 In addition, I removed the buggy extractLoc function, which failed to
 remove the trailing CR.  Instead, it now uses the new Url library's
 getHeader function instead.
[Refactored the URL page and title fetching to a URL library.
pete-lambdabot at**20060618032331
 The intent of this is to allow other plugins to leverage the fetching of
 pages (and following of redirects) as well as the fetching of page
 titles for text/html content.  It was suggested by dmhouse that I modify
 the Search plugin to print not only the URL of the result, but also the
 title of it.
[reenable @remember
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pete-lambdabot at**20060616092733
 And ignore c++ paste bin posts.
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 this avoids crazy output like '<lambdabot> [5537 @more lines]'
[add dmhouse to copyright on Log.hs
dons at**20060615083907] 
[bump Versoin.hs number
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[TAG lambdabot-4.0
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