A library for creating multiple persistant IRC clients and managing them based on irc-socket and irc-message
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npm install irc-factory
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|Version||1.6.1 last updated 19 hours ago|
|Keywords||irc, library, client, persistance|
|Dependencies (6)||eventemitter2, irc-message, irc-socket, axon, lodash, pause-queue|
|Starred by||havvy, rickihastings|
Some stress tests have been done Click here
I decided on the task of re-designing it from the ground up for the new ircanywhere. It's built ontop of a two rapid barebone irc socket and irc parsing libraries, it has a similar api to node-irc but ultimately has almost none of the bulk of it. The main difference between node-irc is that it's primary design is to allow for long running irc clients, which means you can seperate your program and irc client processes to allow for instant resumes.
Installation and usage docs are in the wiki.