Quoting adds an entry to a database containing a name and a line. The words in red are to be replaced. Examples:
BOTNAME, quote < QUOTE_NAME > QUOTE_TEXT
Bottu, quote < funnyquote > Hahahahaha
Replies are complicated, and thus need to be broken down into seperate parts.
Replies are one of the more useful features of bottu. Adding a reply allows users to create customized echoing commands. Examples and syntax below:
BOTNAME, TRIGGER < reply > REPLY
Bottu, hey < reply > Hello!
Adding vars allows you to randomize or theme some replies. For example adding "water", "juice" and "milk" to $DRINK will cause $DRINK to equal any of those three words when called inside a reply. Examples below:
Bottu, suggest_drink < reply > Try some $DRINK
BOTNAME, add STRING to VARNAME
Bottu, add Milk to $DRINK
NOTE: If the variable does not currently exist, it is created when you try to add to it.
Echo is the simplest command you can use with Bottu. Examples below:
BOTNAME, say TEXT
This just causes Bottu to return TEXT.
Name and concept shamelessly stolen from Trent of 7chan (Apologies!) Using the spew command, Bottu will return 1 random line said by the given nick
Bottu, spew like NICK
If you're an authuser (bottu will refer to you as a "GOD" if you are) you can set bottu to greet someone upon entering the channel.
Bottu, greet NICK GREETING
NOTE: The bot will not allow people to select their own greetings.
Bottu, don't greet NICK
Will remove the greeting for selected nick.
If the bot detects a hexadecimal color code (eg, #EEFF00) in a message it will return the name of that color (if it knows it). It will also return a link to an image of that colour, so you can name it yourself.
Bottu, add color #HEXCODE DESCRIPTION
Will add a description for the given color.