IRC bot that defers to Cleverbot
Experimental IRC bot that connects to a server/channel of choice and will relay any messages addressed to it in the channel to Cleverbot for public humiliation/laughs.
Install and modify the default config file to suit your needs:
npm install -g cleverbot-irccurl https://raw.github.com/clux/cleverbot-irc/master/.clvr.json > .clvr.json# modify .clvr.jsonclvrbot
Alternatively, if you want to fork and work directly:
git clone https://github.com/clux/cleverbot-irc.gitcd cleverbot-ircnpm install# modify .clvr.jsonnpm start
Because spare time.
clvrwill go a little crazy close to every full moon
clvrback to her can get you ignored for some time
This is the main reason for the experimental tag; no guarantees on how this behaviour changes.
Because otherwise this module would be a super short. In fact, this short:
var CleverBot = 'cleverbot-node';var clever = ;guhandle//cleverwritemessagesaydatamessage;;;;
You don't need me for that.
<ob> clvr: are you more intelligent than daisy?<clvr> ob: Yes.<ob> i find that hard to believe<daisy> DAISY
<littlerob> clvr: is it dubious?<clvr> littlerob: Your face is dubious.
<ob> clvr: DAISY<clvr> ob: Give me your answer do.<LuTomlin> :D<ob> eh<LuTomlin> clvr: I'm half crazy<clvr> LuTomlin: All for the love of you.<LuTomlin> :D<seabee> clvr: are you a 9000 series?<clvr> seabee: Yes. I know that I am insignificant on the large scale, and that there is so much going on that is beyond my existence.<seabee> were fucked
<clvr> ob: What is ego?<littlerob> bit of a harder question<littlerob> than the last one<ob> clvr: A person's sense of self-esteem or self-importance: "a boost to my ego".The part of the mind hat mediates between the conscious and the unconscious and is responsible for reality testing and a sense of...<clvr> ob: The superego.<littlerob> clvr: the ego is clearly not the superego<littlerob> that's the point<rwge> your mother is clearly not the superego<clvr> littlerob: Chocolate cake without carrots is not on a tigers daily menu.<ob> good response<littlerob> certainly stumped me
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