Script updates

Small bug fixes to nickregain, chanmon and highmon scripts;

nickregain v1.1.1
fix a corner case where $config{$name} didn’t exist for a disconnecting server (thanks to idl0r)

chanmon v2.1.3
change /monitor to /chmonitor to avoid command conflicts (thanks m4v) (/chanmon monitor remains the same)

highmon v2.1.3
fix perl errors caused by bar line counter (thanks to idl0r)

chanmon & highmon
Add command help to /xxxxmon help

As usual new versions available from Downloads and Weechat scripts / Weeget

Weechat scripts mass update

So it’s been a while since I posted anything here, and now there’s 4 updates all at once, typical.

Chanmon and Highmon both get bumped up to version 2.0, new things include;

  • Selectable outputs, both sharing the same formatting
  • Buffer logging toggle, no more giant chanmon log file
  • config clean up (command), no longer requires all channels to be set in the config, you only need to set the ones you want off, the command should clean up the config from previous versions
  • /monitor can now be given options, so you can toggle channels from another channel

Nickregain goes to 1.1 with;

  • Added a command delay, to delay sending the configured commands
  • Big fix to occasionally leaking infolist
  • Quit and nick changes should detect again

and finally rslap 1.3 with;

  • Ability to add/remove strings from weechat
  • Optional ability to slap a user back when they slap you

As usual full changelogs, info and dl links in Downloads and should be available on Weechat’s page / via Weeget

Oh and I have this twitter thing, if anyone’s even bothered.

Weechat: nickregain bugfix

Live testing of the nickregain script, found a few bugs, in the /ison nickcheck and with the /nickregain command. This release should hopefully patch all those.

Find the updates in Downloads or through Weechat.

Weechat: nickregain

Yet another new script for Weechat 0.3.0

nickregain, will automatically attempt to regain your most preferred nick for each server, by

  1. using a command set, if you provide one,
  2. detecting nick changes and quits, and finally
  3. performing an /ison every x seconds (60 by default)

Version 1.0 is available here, and should soon pop up on weechat’s plug-ins page, and weeget.
Detailed info can be found under it’s respective page in Downloads