Here is another program from eagle:
ProtoRelay (aka ircmx)
This is the relay bot used in TSC to connect it with an IRC channel. All regular communication done in either the IRC channel or the MX one will appear in the other.
This looks much better on the MX side in an Ouka hosted chatroom than it does on IRC.
It has a few bugs, and a few limitations, but all in all it's a pretty cool little toy.
There is a readme included and a sample config file.
You can either run the exe and type in the config file's name, or you can pass it the config file's path & file name as a commandline parameter.
You name the .txt file whatever you want...easy way to tell which is which is by naming it after the room it will be used in.
You can run multiple instances of it and pass it a different txt file config in each instance. You do not need to have multiple copies or folders.
passing the txt file to it as a command line parameter is pretty handy for setting up a desktop shortcut that will run it and load the file you want all in one shot.
Just put as the shortcut target:
the path & file name of the bot in quotes, followed by a space, followed by the path and file name of the txt file you want to use in quotes
Any bug reports should be made to eagle himself, not me or anybody in TSC.
Now...why would someone want to use this in their channel? I can think of a few reasons...but here is one really good reason:
People that can't access winmx from school or work with any type of mx chat client or by using nushi's site can access IRC through http://ircatwork.com
(no activex or java needed...no worries of being blocked by school or corporate firewalls)
Just set up a channel on some irc network that won't kill your relay bot (there are some that don't like it)...and they can join that channel on irc through the ircatwork webchat.
Now they can talk on mx.
Enjoy!Download ProtoRelay Here