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+voicebot
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+========
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+
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+Version 0.1.0
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+
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+**voicebot** automatically voices and devoices users in an IRC channel based
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+on activity. Users can see who's been active recently simply by looking at
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+which users are voiced.
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+
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+See ``./voicebot.py --help`` for information on running voicebot.
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+
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+Adding/removing users
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+---------------------
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+
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+Users need to be in voicebot's lists of nicknames or NickServ accounts to be
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+voiced when active. There are multiple ways to add users:
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+
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+* Send commands to voicebot through the command-line while it's running. Type
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+  "help" to see a list of commands.
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+* Send commands to voicebot through IRC. If you're a channel operator and
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+  present in the channel, you can send "<nickname-of-voicebot>: <command>" in
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+  the channel, or message voicebot directly with "<command>". Allowed commands
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+  are ``add-nickname``, ``add-account``, ``remove-nickname``, and
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+  ``remove-account``. The syntax is the same as it is through the command-line.
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+* Edit the files ``nicknames`` and ``accounts`` and restart voicebot (see the
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+  "Data files" section).
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+
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+Data files
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+----------
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+
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+voicebot stores data in a number of files (in the same directory as the
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+executable):
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+
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+* ``nicknames`` contains a list of nicknames that will be managed. Users with
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+  these nicknames will be voiced when active.
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+* ``accounts`` contains a list of NickServ accounts that will be managed.
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+  Users logged into these accounts will be voiced when active.
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+* ``voicebot-data`` stores how recently users have been active.
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+
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+What's new
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+----------
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+
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+Version 0.1.0:
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+
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+* Initial release.
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+
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+Dependencies
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+------------
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+
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+* Python ≥ 3.5
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+* [pyrcb2](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pyrcb2) ≥ 0.3.2
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+* [docopt](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/docopt) ≥ 0.6.6

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+#!/usr/bin/env python3
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+# Copyright (C) 2017 nickolas360 <contact@nickolas360.com>
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+#
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+# This file is part of voicebot.
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+#
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+# voicebot is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
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+# it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as
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+# published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the
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+# License, or (at your option) any later version.
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+#
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+# As an additional permission under GNU AGPL version 3 section 7, if a
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+# modified version of this Program responds to the message "help" in an
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+# IRC query with an opportunity to receive the Corresponding Source, it
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+# satisfies the requirement to "prominently offer" such an opportunity.
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+# All other requirements in the first paragraph of section 13 must still
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+# be met.
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+#
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+# voicebot is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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+# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
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+# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
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+# GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
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+#
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+# You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
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+# along with voicebot.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
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+"""
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+Usage:
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+  voicebot [options] <host> <port> <nickname> <channel>
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+  voicebot -h | --help | --version
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+
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+Options:
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+  -t --time <seconds>    How long to wait before devoicing inactive users.
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+                         [default: 86400]. (86400 seconds == 1 day)
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+  -f --force-id          Force users to be logged in with NickServ.
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+  -x --prefixes <chars>  Allow users with any of these prefixes to operate
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+                         voicebot [default: @].
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+  -p --password          Read an IRC password from standard input.
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+  -P --passfile <file>   Read an IRC password from the specified file.
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+  -S --sasl <account>    Use SASL authentication with the specified account.
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+  -s --ssl               Use SSL/TLS to connect to the IRC server.
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+  -v --verbose           Display communication with the IRC server.
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+"""
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+from docopt import docopt
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+from pyrcb2 import IRCBot, Event, astdio, IDict, IDefaultDict
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+from getpass import getpass
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+import asyncio
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+import json
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+import os
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+import sys
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+import time
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+
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+__version__ = "0.1.0"
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+
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+# If modified, update this URL to point to the modified version.
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+SOURCE_URL = "https://github.com/nickolas360/voicebot"
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+HELP_MESSAGE = """\
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+Source: {0} (AGPLv3 or later)
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+""".format(SOURCE_URL)
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+
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+SCRIPT_DIR = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
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+NICKNAMES_PATH = os.path.join(SCRIPT_DIR, "nicknames")
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+ACCOUNTS_PATH = os.path.join(SCRIPT_DIR, "accounts")
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+DATA_PATH = os.path.join(SCRIPT_DIR, "voicebot-data")
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+
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+NONE = (None,)  # Sentinel
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+
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+COMMAND_LOOP_HELP = """\
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+Commands:
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+  add-nickname <nickname>
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+  add-account <account>
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+  remove-nickname <nickname>
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+  remove-account <account>
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+  list-nicknames
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+  list-accounts
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+""".rstrip("\n")
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+
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+ARG_COUNT = {
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+    "add-nickname": 1,
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+    "add-account": 1,
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+    "remove-nickname": 1,
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+    "remove-account": 1,
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+    "list-nicknames": 0,
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+    "list-accounts": 0,
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+}
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+
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+
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+class Voicebot:
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+    def __init__(self, channel, duration, force_id, prefixes, verbose):
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+        self.channel = channel
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+        self.duration = duration
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+        self.force_id = force_id
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+        self.prefixes = frozenset(prefixes)
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+        self.nicknames = IDict()
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+        self.accounts = IDict()
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+        self.nickname_last_message_times = IDefaultDict(time.time)
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+        self.account_last_message_times = IDefaultDict(time.time)
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+        self.invalid_cmd_counts = IDict()
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+
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+        self.bot = IRCBot(log_communication=verbose)
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+        self.bot.track_known_id_statuses = self.force_id
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+        self.bot.load_events(self)
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+        self.load()
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+
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+    def load(self):
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+        self.nicknames.update((n, None) for n in read_lines(NICKNAMES_PATH))
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+        self.accounts.update((a, None) for a in read_lines(ACCOUNTS_PATH))
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+        lines = read_lines(DATA_PATH)
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+        data = json.loads("\n".join(lines)) if lines else [{}, {}]
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+        self.nickname_last_message_times.update(data[0])
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+        self.account_last_message_times.update(data[1])
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+        self.filter_times()
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+
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+    def save(self):
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+        write_lines(NICKNAMES_PATH, list(self.nicknames))
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+        write_lines(ACCOUNTS_PATH, list(self.accounts))
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+        self.filter_times()
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+        with open(DATA_PATH, "w") as f:
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+            json.dump([
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+                self.nickname_last_message_times,
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+                self.account_last_message_times,
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+            ], f)
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+
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+    def filter_times(self):
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+        for nickname in self.nickname_last_message_times:
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+            if nickname not in self.nicknames:
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+                del self.nickname_last_message_times[nickname]
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+        for account in self.account_last_message_times:
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+            if account not in self.accounts:
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+                del self.account_last_message_times[account]
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+
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+    def start(self, host, port, ssl, nick, password, sasl_account):
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+        self.bot.schedule_coroutine(self.command_loop())
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+        self.bot.call_coroutine(self.start_async(
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+            host, port, ssl, nick, password, sasl_account,
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+        ))
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+
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+    async def start_async(self, host, port, ssl, nick, password, sasl_account):
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+        await self.bot.connect(host, port, ssl=ssl)
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+        if sasl_account:
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+            await self.bot.sasl_auth(sasl_account, password)
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+            password = None
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+        await self.bot.register(nick, password=password)
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+        result = await self.bot.join(self.channel)
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+        if not result.success:
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+            raise result.to_exception("Could not join channel")
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+        interval = min(self.duration / 4, 60)
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+        self.bot.schedule_coroutine(self.devoice_loop(interval))
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+        await self.bot.listen()
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+
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+    @Event.privmsg
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+    async def on_privmsg(self, sender, channel, message):
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+        op_cmd = False
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+        if sender in self.bot.users[self.channel]:
153
+            if self.bot.users[self.channel][sender].prefixes & self.prefixes:
154
+                op_cmd = self.on_op_message(sender, channel, message)
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+        if channel is None:
156
+            if not op_cmd:
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+                self.on_query(sender, message)
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+            return
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+        await self.check_voice(sender)
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+
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+    def on_query(self, sender, message):
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+        if message.lower() == "help":
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+            for line in HELP_MESSAGE.splitlines():
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+                self.bot.privmsg(sender, line)
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+        else:
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+            if self.invalid_cmd_allowed(sender):
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+                self.bot.privmsg(sender, 'Type "help" for help.')
168
+            return
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+        self.valid_cmd_received(sender)
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+
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+    def on_op_message(self, sender, channel, message):
172
+        if channel is not None:
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+            if not message.startswith(self.bot.nickname + ": "):
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+                return False
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+            message = (message.split(None, 1)[1:] or [""])[0]
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+        try:
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+            command, *args = message.split()
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+        except ValueError:
179
+            return False
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+        commands = [
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+            "add-nickname", "add-account", "remove-nickname", "remove-account"]
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+        if not (command in commands and len(args) == ARG_COUNT[command]):
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+            return False
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+        response = self.handle_command(command, *args)
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+        if channel is not None:
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+            response = sender + ": " + response
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+            self.valid_cmd_received(sender)
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+        self.bot.privmsg(channel or sender, response)
189
+        return True
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+
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+    @Event.nick
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+    async def on_nick(self, sender, nickname):
193
+        await self.refresh_voice_status(nickname)
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+
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+    @Event.command("ACCOUNT")
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+    async def on_account(self, sender, account):
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+        await self.refresh_voice_status(sender, update_times=False)
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+
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+    async def refresh_voice_status(self, nickname, update_times=True):
200
+        user = self.bot.users[self.channel][nickname]
201
+        if user.has_prefix("+"):
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+            await self.check_devoice(nickname)
203
+            return
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+        await self.check_voice(nickname, update_times)
205
+
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+    async def check_voice(self, nickname, update_times=True):
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+        account, end_early = await self.get_account(nickname)
208
+        if account is NONE:
209
+            return
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+        if not (nickname in self.nicknames or account in self.accounts):
211
+            return
212
+        if self.force_id and (await self.get_id_status(nickname)) != 3:
213
+            return
214
+        if update_times and nickname in self.nicknames:
215
+            self.nickname_last_message_times[nickname] = time.time()
216
+        if update_times and account in self.accounts:
217
+            self.account_last_message_times[account] = time.time()
218
+        if not update_times:
219
+            msg_time = self.get_last_message_time(nickname, account)
220
+            if time.time() - msg_time > self.duration:
221
+                return
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+        if not self.bot.users[self.channel][nickname].has_prefix("+"):
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+            print("Voicing {}...".format(nickname))
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+            self.bot.send_command("MODE", self.channel, "+v", nickname)
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+
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+    async def check_devoice(self, nickname):
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+        account, end_early = await self.get_account(nickname)
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+        if account is NONE or end_early:
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+            return
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+        devoice = not (nickname in self.nicknames or account in self.accounts)
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+        if self.force_id and not devoice:
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+            devoice = (await self.get_id_status(nickname) != 3)
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+        if not devoice:
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+            msg_time = self.get_last_message_time(nickname, account)
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+            devoice = time.time() - msg_time > self.duration
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+        if devoice:
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+            print("Devoicing {}...".format(nickname))
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+            self.bot.send_command("MODE", self.channel, "-v", nickname)
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+
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+    async def get_account(self, nickname):
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+        will_call_known_event = (
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+            self.bot.is_tracking_known_accounts and
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+            not self.bot.is_account_synced(nickname))
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+        result = await self.bot.get_account(nickname)
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+        if not result.success:
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+            stderr("Could not get account:", result.to_exception())
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+            return NONE, False
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+        return result.value, will_call_known_event
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+
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+    async def get_id_status(self, nickname):
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+        result = await self.bot.get_id_status(nickname)
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+        if not result.success:
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+            stderr("Could not get ID status:", result.to_exception())
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+            return None
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+        return result.value
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+
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+    def get_users(self, voiced):
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+        users = []
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+        for user in self.bot.users[self.channel].values():
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+            if user.has_prefix("+") == bool(voiced):
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+                users.append(user)
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+        return users
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+
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+    def get_last_message_time(self, nickname, account):
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+        times = []
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+        if nickname in self.nicknames:
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+            times.append(self.nickname_last_message_times[nickname])
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+        if account in self.accounts:
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+            times.append(self.account_last_message_times[account])
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+        if not times:
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+            raise ValueError("User is not managed by voicebot.")
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+        return max(times)
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+
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+    def invalid_cmd_allowed(self, sender, max_invalid=10):
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+        count, _ = self.invalid_cmd_counts.get(sender, (0, None))
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+        self.invalid_cmd_counts[sender] = (count + 1, time.time())
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+        self.invalid_cmd_collect_garbage()
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+        return count <= max_invalid
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+
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+    def valid_cmd_received(self, sender):
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+        self.invalid_cmd_counts.pop(sender, None)
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+
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+    def invalid_cmd_collect_garbage(self, timeout=120):
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+        now = time.time()
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+        while self.invalid_cmd_counts:
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+            _, last_time = next(iter(self.invalid_cmd_counts.values()))
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+            if now - last_time < timeout:
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+                break
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+            self.invalid_cmd_counts.popitem(last=False)
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+
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+    async def devoice_loop(self, interval=60):
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+        while True:
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+            await asyncio.sleep(interval)
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+            if self.channel in self.bot.channels:
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+                await self.bot.gather(*(
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+                    self.check_devoice(user) for user in self.get_users(True)
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+                ))
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+
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+    def handle_command(self, command, *args):
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+        if command == "add-nickname":
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+            self.nicknames[args[0]] = None
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+            return "Nickname added."
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+        if command == "add-account":
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+            self.accounts[args[0]] = None
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+            return "Account added."
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+        if command == "remove-nickname":
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+            self.nicknames.pop(args[0], None)
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+            self.nickname_last_message_times.pop(args[0], None)
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+            return "Nickname removed."
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+        if command == "remove-account":
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+            self.accounts.pop(args[0], None)
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+            self.account_last_message_times.pop(args[0], None)
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+            return "Account removed."
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+        if command == "list-nicknames":
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+            return "\n".join(self.nicknames)
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+        if command == "list-accounts":
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+            return "\n".join(self.accounts)
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+        return None
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+
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+    async def command_loop(self):
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+        while True:
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+            try:
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+                args = (await astdio.input()).split()
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+            except EOFError:
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+                break
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+            text = COMMAND_LOOP_HELP
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+            if args and len(args) == ARG_COUNT.get(args[0], -1) + 1:
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+                text = self.handle_command(*args)
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+            if text:
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+                await astdio.print(text, file=sys.stderr)
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+
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+
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+def read_lines(path):
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+    try:
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+        with open(path) as f:
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+            return f.read().splitlines()
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+    except FileNotFoundError:
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+        return []
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+
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+
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+def write_lines(path, lines):
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+    if not os.path.exists(path) and not lines:
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+        return
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+    with open(path, "w") as f:
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+        for line in lines:
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+            print(line, file=f)
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+
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+
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+def stderr(*args, **kwargs):
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+    kwargs.setdefault("file", sys.stderr)
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+    print(*args, **kwargs)
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+
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+
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+def main(argv):
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+    args = docopt(__doc__, argv=argv[1:], version=__version__)
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+    password = None
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+    if args["--passfile"] is not None:
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+        with open(args["--passfile"]) as f:
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+            password = f.read().strip("\r\n")
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+    elif args["--password"] or args["--sasl"] is not None:
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+        print("Password: ", end="", file=sys.stderr, flush=True)
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+        password = getpass("") if sys.stdin.isatty() else input()
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+        if not sys.stdin.isatty():
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+            print("Received password.", file=sys.stderr)
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+
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+    voicebot = Voicebot(
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+        args["<channel>"], int(args["--time"]), args["--force-id"],
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+        args["--prefixes"], args["--verbose"],
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+    )
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+
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+    try:
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+        voicebot.start(
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+            args["<host>"], int(args["<port>"]), args["--ssl"],
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+            args["<nickname>"], password, args["--sasl"],
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+        )
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+    finally:
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+        voicebot.save()
378
+
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+if __name__ == "__main__":
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+    main(sys.argv)

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