Weechat scripts update

All three of the scripts I’ve put out have been updated. No major changes, some code cleanup. Chanmon and Highmon have in-client help available on /help chanmon or /help highmon

Find them in the Downloads section or via weechat.

Weechat: Highmon

Due to popular demand for something similar to chanmon, for highlights, I’ve whipped up a new Weechat script Highmon. It’s based off the core of chanmon, and shares a few features. Docs and latest version, will be updated in the Downloads section, and available through Weechat’s manager script ‘weeget’

Get Highmon v.1.0 [ dl ]

Slight rearrange

I’ve had a reshuffle in layout terms, to coincide with the new revenue making ProjectWonderful ad boxes, and hopefully it’s as easy, or easier to navigate.
The site zone’s that were on the left, are now in the bar above, and darken depending where you are, and a few boxes have moved.

Oh and I bumped rslap up to v1.1, with a fix for comments and blank lines.

Also EVE got a funky new trailer, which I’m slotting in here, simply because I can;

Weechat: Chanmon 1.3.3 & rslap 1.0

I mentioned the “Channel Monitor” in the earlier Weechat post.

So here’s Chanmon v.1.3.3 [ dl ]
Which allows you to watch all/most/some of your IRC channels in a single buffer, without merging them.

And rslap v1.0 [ dl ]
Allows /rslap <nick> to slap a nick with  a random pre-defined message

More info can be found under their respective pages in Downloads
Both scripts are also available through Weechat’s built-in manager script ‘weeget’

Weechat’ing it up

So I’ve been meaning to do it for some time, find an CLI IRC client for my linux box, so I can OS hop on the main box.

The main drawback of the ‘usual suspects’ were I never found them all that intuitive, or configurable. I finally stumbled across Weechat, the dev version (now 0.3.0-RC2) is both easy-to-pickup and customise. The only thing it was missing for me was something like HydraIRC’s “Channel Monitor”, but with the wide array of scripting languages, I figured why not? and wrote it from scratch, with a little guidance and ideas from #weechat.

So now, my IRC looks like this: