It’s highly customizeable and is a funny thing for your IRC channel.
pisg is a so called „logfile analyzer“ – it takes an IRC logfile, analyzes it, and generates some statistics from it.
A lot of people find these stats amusing. That’s really the main reason of making the stats.
What you need to do exactly to generate these stats, is to:
· Use a IRC client or bot to generate a logfile
· Make pisg run through your logfile
· Upload the HTML file to a website so everyone can see it (see examples here)
It’s that simple 🙂
Of course, you can also automate all these things with a scheduling program like crontab, so you don’t have to manually update the stats.
pisg was originally written because IRCStats wasn’t open source. So here’s an open source/GPL’ed version to anyone interested.
Supported logfile formats:
· X-Chat
· mIRC
· mIRC6
· Eggdrops
· bxlog for BitchX
· irssi
· virc98
· dancer
· Trillian
· Grufti
· mbot
· winbot
· zcbot
· muh
· energymech
· ircII
· psybnc
· ircle
· infobot
· axur
· bobot++
· oer
· perlbot
· Vision
· pircbot
· KVIrc
· HydraIRC
· sirc
· moobot
· supybot
· blootbot
· dircproxy

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· This program will work with most IRC logfiles, and there’s a good chance that even if you’ve used another program to read your IRC logs, that the syntax is the same.
· The standard mode is to run through each command line in your logfile, but you can also specify an absolute path to a file, and you can also specify a „filter“. A filter is a script that only keeps the lines that you want pisg Crack Keygen to show, which is useful for your logs which are generated by multiple bots or IRC clients. For example, an Eggdrop server generates some lines in the logfile that look like this:
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A simple key macro script that pisg Cracked Version uses. The function of the key macro is to record a keystroke with the trigger (the menu entry to be used by the macro)
All keystrokes are recorded to a special file called ‚.dlog‘. You can use this script as a template to record keystrokes on other programs, simply by replacing the trigger with the menu entry.
How to use it:
· Create a file called ‚kem.cfg‘
· Make this file be world writable
· Add the following to the file:
menu_list:
[„trigger“|“*“|“**“|“***“|“****“|“*-*“|“*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*-*-*“]
{

}
This will tell pisg what menu entry (or whatever you name it) will trigger the macro.
· Make pisg run through the logfile(s) specified in the file.
· Submit the HTML file with the menu entry to your webpage.
That’s it.
The script can be tweaked to record more or less information, so you can customize the script to your needs. The script is also able to record a trigger with multiple menu entries, and is able to trigger a macro on a multibutton.
My personal favorite is:
menu_list:
[„trigger“|“*“|“**“|“***“|“****“|“*-*“|“*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*-*-*“]
{
menu_list:
[„trigger“|“*“|“**“|“***“|“****“|“*-*“|“*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*-*“|“*-*-*-*-*-*“]
{
menu_list:
[„trigger“|“*“|“**“|“***“|“****“|“*-*“|“*-*-*“|“*-*-
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PISG is a „logfile analyzer“ – It analyzes the output of a IRC client (like Eggdrops, HydraIRC, etc.) and spits out some statistics.
A lot of people find these stats amusing. So here’s a PISG version, GPL’d and available for everyone to use.
Pisg supports the following logfile formats:
· Eggdrops
· BitchX
· HydraIRC
· nBOT
· Trillian
· energymech
· bxlog for BitchX
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================

pisg is a so called „logfile analyzer“ – it takes an IRC logfile, analyzes it, and generates some statistics from it.

It’s highly customizeable and is a funny thing for your IRC channel.

The output of pisg can be used as regular HTML.

Requirements
============

You need these installed in order to run pisg:
* Python 2.3 (or higher)
* PyGTK (or higher)
* wxPython (optional)

Some programs will not be able to run with the wxPython version built into Ubuntu.
There are two ways to get it:
* `sudo apt-get install wxpython2.8`
* `python-wxgtk2.8`

An alternative to pisg is `ircstats`.
`ircstats` is only a commandline program and does not do the analysis for you.

Notes
=====

The stats were originally written by Trevor Baldwin (revdba), and later he handed them over to me. I thought they were great, and decided to release them.
I’ve done a lot of tweaking to make them more user friendly.

If there are any problems with the stats, or if you have suggestions for changes, then please e-mail me at [janvankeij] at [gmail.com]

I’m also considering a commercial version. Contact me to see if you’d be interested in a paid version.

The included logfile format is based on the `irclogs.xml` file created by `channelchecker` for the #irclogs channel on irc.mozilla.org

If you have problems with the stats, please ask a question on the pisg-users mailing list (which is on this website).

Examples
========

I’ve put in some example outputs, which can be used as templates for your own.
They also show the available variables you can use in the HTML output, and a few of the types of stats that are available.

To view these example outputs, just point your browser to these two URLs:

The sample URLs were generated from the index.html by a webcrawler.
So not all the examples will work for every person.

By request, here’s another example output (in case you’re stuck, and this one works for you):

First, point your browser to these two URLs:

System Requirements:

Minimum:
Windows 7 or Windows 8.1
Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz Dual Core or faster
1 GB RAM
128 MB VRAM
20 GB hard drive space
DVD drive
DirectX 11 graphics card
Connectivity:
Broadband Internet connection
WiFi connection
Internet Explorer 11
Recommended:
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Intel Core i5 Quad Core
4 GB RAM
512 MB VRAM

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