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weechat-headless - the extensible chat client (headless version)
weechat-headless [-a|--no-connect] [--daemon] [-d|--dir <path>] [-t|--temp-dir] [-p|--no-plugin] [-P|--plugins <plugins>] [-r|--run-command <command>] [-s|--no-script] [--upgrade] [plugin:option...] weechat-headless [-c|--colors] weechat-headless [-h|--help] weechat-headless [-l|--license] weechat-headless [-v|--version]
WeeChat (Wee Enhanced Environment for Chat) is a free chat client, fast and light, designed for many operating systems. It is highly customizable and extensible with scripts. The command weechat-headless runs WeeChat in a headless mode (no interface). It can be used for tests or to daemonize WeeChat with the option "--daemon".
-a, --no-connect Disable auto-connect to servers when WeeChat is starting. -c, --colors Display default colors in terminal. --daemon Run WeeChat in background, as a daemon (works only with the command weechat-headless). -d, --dir <path> Set path as home for WeeChat (used for configuration files, logs, user plugins and scripts), default value is "~/.weechat" (note: directory is created if not found by WeeChat). If this option is not given, the environment variable WEECHAT_HOME is used (if not empty). -t, --temp-dir Create a temporary WeeChat home directory and delete it on exit (incompatible with option "-d"). The name of the directory is automatically built by WeeChat, with this template: "weechat_temp_XXXXXX" (where "XXXXXX" is random). It it created in the first available directory in this list: environment variable "TMPDIR", "/tmp" (may be different according to the operating system), environment variable "HOME", current directory. The temporary home directory has permissions 0700 (only owner can read, write and execute). -h, --help Display help. -l, --license Display WeeChat license. -p, --no-plugin Disable plugins auto-load. -P, --plugins <plugins> Load only these plugins at startup (see /help weechat.plugin.autoload). If this option is given, the option weechat.plugin.autoload is not used. -r, --run-command <command> Run command(s) after startup; many commands can be separated by semicolons, this option can be given multiple times. -s, --no-script Disable scripts auto-load. --upgrade Upgrade WeeChat using session files generated with command /upgrade -quit. -v, --version Display WeeChat version. plugin:option Option for a plugin.
For complete doc on plugin options, please look at plugins documentation in WeeChat user’s guide <https://weechat.org/doc>. With irc plugin, you can connect to temporary server with an URL like: irc[s]://[[nickname][:password]@]server[:port][/#channel1[,#channel2...]] To join WeeChat IRC channel support with nick "mynick": irc://email@example.com/#weechat IPv6 address can be enclosed in brackets to add a port after address, for example: irc://mynick@[2001:db8:0:85a3::ac1f:8001]:6668/#test
This manpage was written by Sébastien Helleu.
WeeChat is written by Sébastien Helleu and contributors (complete list is in the AUTHORS.adoc file). Copyright © 2003-2019 Sébastien Helleu WeeChat is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. Please read the COPYING file for more information. Web: https://weechat.org/
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For help or a bug report: https://weechat.org/about/support