This Swift package contains the
LinkerKitIRCBot as a module which can be
included into other software,
lkircbot tool, which starts up a MiniIRC server.
lkircbot runs an IRC server on port 6667, and it runs a HTTP/WebSocket
server on ort 1337.
By connecting to it using http://zpi3.local:1337/
(adjust the hostname), you get a simple web IRC client included in the server.
You can either send direct messages to the bot using
/msg lkbot command,
/msg lkbot show clock,
or you can use the
#linkerbot channel, which the linkerbot watches.
When you want to run the
lkircbot, you need to modify the source to include
your specific LinkerKit setup!
The example setup is this:
let shield = LKRBShield.default let lkDigi = LKDigi() let lkButtons = LKButton2() let lkPIR = LKPIR() let lkTemp = LKTemp(interval: 60, valueType: .celsius) shield.connect(lkDigi, to: .digital45) shield.connect(lkButtons, to: .digital2122) shield.connect(lkPIR, to: .digital1213) shield.connect(lkTemp, to: .analog23)
So we have the 7-segment LK-Digi on socket digital 4/5, the LK-Buttons-2 on socket digital 21/22, the LK-PIR on socket digital 12/13, and finally the temperature sensor LK-Temp on the analog socket 2/3.
There is a channel on the Swift-ARM Slack.
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0.1.0 - Jul 26, 2018
First release. Should work flawlessly as suggested by the version number.