IRC messages consist of an optional identifying prefix, a command name, and a list of arguments. The <http://hackage.haskell.org/package/irc irc> package provides a low-level decoding and encoding scheme for messages in terms of ByteStrings, but using this relies on matching names of commands as strings, and unpacking this decoded structure yourself. This package takes it a little further, providing an ADT for IRC messages and sources, and conduits which attempt to decode and encode messages appropriately.
In addition to providing conduits for automatically handling streaming messages, there are also helper functions for connecting to an IRC server and hooking up conduits to the socket.
|Package Version||Update ID||Released||Package Hub Version||Platforms||Subpackages|
|0.2.2.1-bp150.1.3 info||GA Release||2018-07-30||15||