Class: Cinch::Message

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/cinch/message.rb

Overview

This class serves two purposes. For one, it simply represents incoming messages and allows for querying various details (who sent the message, what kind of message it is, etc).

At the same time, it allows responding to messages, which means sending messages to either users or channels.

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Type checking collapse

Replying collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(msg, bot) ⇒ Message

Returns a new instance of Message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 84

def initialize(msg, bot)
  @raw     = msg
  @bot     = bot
  @matches = {:ctcp => {}, :action => {}, :other => {}}
  @events  = []
  @time    = Time.now
  @statusmsg_mode = nil
  parse if msg
end

Instance Attribute Details

#action_messageString? (readonly)

Returns The action message

Returns:

  • (String, nil)

    The action message

Since:

  • 2.0.0



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 64

def action_message
  @action_message
end

#botBot (readonly)

Returns:

Since:

  • 1.1.0



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 36

def bot
  @bot
end

#channelChannel (readonly)

Returns The channel in which this message was sent

Returns:

  • (Channel)

    The channel in which this message was sent



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 51

def channel
  @channel
end

#commandString (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 20

def command
  @command
end

#ctcp_argsArray<String>? (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 57

def ctcp_args
  @ctcp_args
end

#ctcp_commandString? (readonly)

Returns the command part of an CTCP message

Returns:

  • (String, nil)

    the command part of an CTCP message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 48

def ctcp_command
  @ctcp_command
end

#ctcp_messageString? (readonly)

Returns the CTCP message, without \001 control characters

Returns:

  • (String, nil)

    the CTCP message, without \001 control characters



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 54

def ctcp_message
  @ctcp_message
end

#errorInteger? (readonly)

Returns the numeric error code, if any

Returns:

  • (Integer, nil)

    the numeric error code, if any



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 45

def error
  @error
end

#eventsArray<Symbol>

Returns:

  • (Array<Symbol>)


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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 26

def events
  @events
end

#messageString? (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 60

def message
  @message
end

#paramsArray<String> (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 23

def params
  @params
end

#prefixString (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 17

def prefix
  @prefix
end

#rawString (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 14

def raw
  @raw
end

#serverString? (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 42

def server
  @server
end

#statusmsg_modeString? (readonly)

The STATUSMSG mode a channel message was sent to.

Some IRC servers allow sending messages limited to people in a channel who have a certain mode. For example, by sending a message to +#channel, only people who are voiced, or have a higher mode (op) will receive the message.

This attribute contains the mode character the message was sent to, or nil if it was a normal message. For the previous example, this attribute would be set to "v", for voiced.

Returns:

Since:

  • 2.3.0



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 82

def statusmsg_mode
  @statusmsg_mode
end

#targetTarget (readonly)

Returns:



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 67

def target
  @target
end

#timeTime (readonly)

Returns:

  • (Time)

Since:

  • 2.0.0



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 32

def time
  @time
end

#userUser (readonly)

Returns The user who sent this message

Returns:

  • (User)

    The user who sent this message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 39

def user
  @user
end

Instance Method Details

#action?Boolean

Returns true if the message is an action (/me)

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    true if the message is an action (/me)

Since:

  • 2.0.0



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 147

def action?
  @ctcp_command == "ACTION"
end

#action_reply(text)

This method returns an undefined value.

Reply to a message with an action.

For its behaviour with regard to STATUSMSG, see #reply.

Parameters:

  • text (String)

    the action message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 216

def action_reply(text)
  text = text.to_s
  reply_target.action(text)
end

#channel?Boolean

Returns true if this message was sent in a channel

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    true if this message was sent in a channel



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 136

def channel?
  !@channel.nil?
end

#ctcp?Boolean

Returns true if the message is an CTCP message

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    true if the message is an CTCP message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 141

def ctcp?
  !!(@params.last =~ /\001.+\001/)
end

#ctcp_reply(answer)

This method returns an undefined value.

Reply to a CTCP message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 233

def ctcp_reply(answer)
  return unless ctcp?
  @user.notice "\001#{@ctcp_command} #{answer}\001"
end

#error?Boolean

Returns true if the message describes an error

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    true if the message describes an error



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 131

def error?
  !@error.nil?
end

#match(regexp, type, strip_colors) ⇒ MatchData

This method is part of a private API. You should avoid using this method if possible, as it may be removed or be changed in the future.

Returns:

  • (MatchData)


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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 155

def match(regexp, type, strip_colors)
  text = ""
  case type
  when :ctcp
    text = ctcp_message
  when :action
    text = action_message
  else
    text = message.to_s
    type = :other
  end

  if strip_colors
    text = Cinch::Formatting.unformat(text)
  end

  @matches[type][regexp] ||= text.match(regexp)
end

#numeric_reply?Boolean

Returns true if the message is an numeric reply (as opposed to a command)

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    true if the message is an numeric reply (as opposed to a command)



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 126

def numeric_reply?
  !!@command.match(/^\d{3}$/)
end

#parse

This method is part of a private API. You should avoid using this method if possible, as it may be removed or be changed in the future.

This method returns an undefined value.



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 96

def parse
  match = @raw.match(/(^:(\S+) )?(\S+)(.*)/)
  _, @prefix, @command, raw_params = match.captures

  if @bot.irc.network.ngametv?
    if @prefix != "ngame"
      @prefix = "%s!%s@%s" % [@prefix, @prefix, @prefix]
    end
  end

  @params  = parse_params(raw_params)

  @user    = parse_user
  @channel, @statusmsg_mode = parse_channel
  @target  = @channel || @user
  @server  = parse_server
  @error   = parse_error
  @message = parse_message

  @ctcp_message = parse_ctcp_message
  @ctcp_command = parse_ctcp_command
  @ctcp_args    = parse_ctcp_args

  @action_message = parse_action_message
end

#reply(text, prefix = false)

This method returns an undefined value.

Replies to a message, automatically determining if it was a channel or a private message.

If the message is a STATUSMSG, i.e. it was send to +#channel or @#channel instead of #channel, the reply will be sent as the same kind of STATUSMSG. See #statusmsg_mode for more information on STATUSMSG.

Parameters:

  • text (String)

    the message

  • prefix (Boolean) (defaults to: false)

    if prefix is true and the message was in a channel, the reply will be prefixed by the nickname of whoever send the mesage



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 189

def reply(text, prefix = false)
  text = text.to_s
  if @channel && prefix
    text = text.split("\n").map {|l| "#{user.nick}: #{l}"}.join("\n")
  end

  reply_target.send(text)
end

#safe_action_reply(text)

This method returns an undefined value.

Like #action_reply, but using Target#safe_action instead

Parameters:

  • text (String)

    the action message



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 225

def safe_action_reply(text)
  text = text.to_s
  reply_target.safe_action(text)
end

#safe_reply(text, prefix = false)

This method returns an undefined value.

Like #reply, but using Target#safe_send instead

Parameters:

  • text (String)

    the message

  • prefix (Boolean) (defaults to: false)

    if prefix is true and the message was in a channel, the reply will be prefixed by the nickname of whoever send the mesage



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 202

def safe_reply(text, prefix = false)
  text = text.to_s
  if channel && prefix
    text = "#{@user.nick}: #{text}"
  end
  reply_target.safe_send(text)
end

#to_sString

Returns:

Since:

  • 1.1.0



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# File 'lib/cinch/message.rb', line 242

def to_s
  "#<Cinch::Message @raw=#{@raw.chomp.inspect} @params=#{@params.inspect} channel=#{@channel.inspect} user=#{@user.inspect}>"
end