Provided by: libpoe-component-irc-perl_6.78+dfsg-1_all bug

NAME

       POE::Component::IRC::Plugin::Console - A PoCo-IRC plugin that provides a lightweight
       debugging and control console for your bot

SYNOPSIS

        use POE qw(Component::IRC Component::IRC::Plugin::Console);

        my $nickname = 'Flibble' . $$;
        my $ircname = 'Flibble the Sailor Bot';
        my $ircserver = 'irc.blahblahblah.irc';
        my $port = 6667;
        my $bindport = 6969;

        my @channels = ( '#Blah', '#Foo', '#Bar' );

        my $irc = POE::Component::IRC->spawn(
            nick => $nickname,
            server => $ircserver,
            port => $port,
            ircname => $ircname,
        ) or die "Oh noooo! $!";

        POE::Session->create(
            package_states => [
                main => [ qw(_start irc_001 irc_console_service irc_console_connect
                    irc_console_authed irc_console_close irc_console_rw_fail) ],
                ],
        );

        $poe_kernel->run();

        sub _start {
            $irc->plugin_add( 'Console' => POE::Component::IRC::Plugin::Console->new(
                bindport => $bindport,
                password => 'opensesame'
            );
            $irc->yield( register => 'all' );
            $irc->yield( connect => { } );
            return;
         }

        sub irc_001 {
            $irc->yield( join => $_ ) for @channels;
            return;
        }

        sub irc_console_service {
            my $getsockname = $_[ARG0];
            return;
        }

        sub irc_console_connect {
            my ($peeradr, $peerport, $wheel_id) = @_[ARG0 .. ARG2];
            return;
        }

        sub irc_console_authed {
            my $wheel_id = $_[ARG0];
            return;
        }

        sub irc_console_close {
            my $wheel_id = $_[ARG0];
            return;
        }

        sub irc_console_rw_fail {
            my ($peeradr, $peerport) = @_[ARG0, ARG1];
            return;
        }

DESCRIPTION

       POE::Component::IRC::Plugin::Console is a POE::Component::IRC plugin that provides an
       interactive console running over the loopback network.  One connects to the listening
       socket using a telnet client (or equivalent), authenticate using the applicable password.
       Once authed one will receive all events that are processed through the component. One may
       also issue all the documented component commands.

METHODS

   "new"
       Takes two arguments:

       'password', the password to set for *all* console connections;

       'bindport', specify a particular port to bind to, defaults to 0, ie. randomly allocated;

       Returns a plugin object suitable for feeding to POE::Component::IRC's "plugin_add" method.

   "getsockname"
       Gives access to the underlying listener's "getsockname" method. See
       POE::Wheel::SocketFactory for details.

OUTPUT EVENTS

       The plugin generates the following additional POE::Component::IRC events:

   "irc_console_service"
       Emitted when a listener is successfully spawned. "ARG0" is the result of "getsockname",
       see above for details.

   "irc_console_connect"
       Emitted when a client connects to the console. "ARG0" is the peeradr, "ARG1" is the peer
       port and "ARG2" is the wheel id of the connection.

   "irc_console_authed"
       Emitted when a client has successfully provided a valid password. "ARG0" is the wheel id
       of the connection.

   "irc_console_close"
       Emitted when a client terminates a connection. "ARG0" is the wheel id of the connection.

   "irc_console_rw_fail"
       Emitted when a POE::Wheel::ReadWrite could not be created on a socket. "ARG0" is the
       peer's address, "ARG1" is the peer's port.

AUTHOR

       Chris 'BinGOs' Williams

SEE ALSO

       POE::Component::IRC

       POE::Wheel::SocketFactory