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My collection of plugins for Limnoria. This repository is provided AS IS, without any warranty! It may glitch, break, or spontaneously combust at any time. You have been warned!
WARNING: Python 2 is no longer supported in the SupyPlugins master branch as of August 2017. Please migrate your bots to Python 3, or use the python2-legacy branch instead.
The recommended way of fetching plugins in this repository is to clone the git repository:
$ git clone https://github.com/GLolol/SupyPlugins
and add the folder to your bot's
You will need a working copy of Limnoria running on Python 3.4+. Python 2 users should consult the python2-legacy branch in Git instead. Anything older will not work.
If you are using a recent version of Limnoria's PluginDownloader, you can also fetch individual plugins by running:
install GLolol <plugin>
on your bot.
If you have any questions, concerns, or feature requests, please feel free to submit an issue. Pull requests are welcome.
Or, you can find me on IRC at:
irc.overdrivenetworks.com #dev (webchat)
Unless otherwise noted, all plugins are available under a 3 clause BSD license (inserted at the top of each file).
Please note that this list may not always be up to date; your best bet is to actually browse the code for yourself! Any specific plugin dependencies should also be listed.
Most of these plugins also have their own READMEs in their folders; you can usually find a usage demonstration or further explanation of what they do.
hostDNS lookup utility on the host machine.
hostDNS lookup binary (as in
--siteoption) and other improvements.