Changed file format for config files to .json
Changed checked in file to be *.Default.json
|6 years ago|
|Combot||6 years ago|
|Console Interface||6 years ago|
|IRCServices||6 years ago|
|Interface||6 years ago|
|Modules||6 years ago|
|.gitattributes||7 years ago|
|.gitignore||6 years ago|
|Bot.ico||6 years ago|
|Combot.Servers.config||6 years ago|
|Combot.sln||6 years ago|
|Combot.sln.DotSettings||6 years ago|
|Database.sql||6 years ago|
|Module Template.zip||6 years ago|
|ModuleTemplate.DotSettings||6 years ago|
|NextVersion.txt||6 years ago|
|ReleaseNotes.md||6 years ago|
|readme.md||6 years ago|
Created by: Chris Woodward
Combot is designed to provide an all-in-one solution for those who wish to run an IRC bot easily. It includes many useful features as well as fun games. It can even be used as your personal client!
1) Download the Release.zip from the latest release in https://github.com/uncled1023/Combot/releases and extract the files to a directory of your choice.
2) Edit Combot.Servers.config to configure the bot for the correct servers, channels, owner information, and MySQL database.
3) If the database has not been created yet, import Database.sql from the master branch into the database.
4) Run Combot-Interface.exe
This is currently untested and not supported. If you would like to venture into the realm of unreliability and errors, you can try running the Console Interface in Mono.
To fully maximise the potential of Combot’s ease of development, Visual Studios 13 should be installed. If you have Visual Studios installed, you can add Module Template.zip to your project templates to easily create new modules. If you do not want to use a template, you can copy an existing module and work from there.
Please report all bugs you find to me so I can fix them as soon as possible. Also if you have any feature requests, feel free to send them to me as well.