Source code for errbot.backends.irc

from __future__ import absolute_import
import logging
import sys
import threading
import subprocess
import struct
import re

from markdown import Markdown
from markdown.extensions.extra import ExtraExtension

from errbot.backends.base import Message, Room, RoomError, \
    RoomNotJoinedError, Stream, \
    RoomOccupant, ONLINE, Person
from errbot.core import ErrBot
from errbot.utils import rate_limited
from errbot.rendering.ansiext import AnsiExtension, enable_format, \
    CharacterTable, NSC

# Can't use __name__ because of Yapsy
log = logging.getLogger('errbot.backends.irc')

IRC_CHRS = CharacterTable(fg_black=NSC('\x0301'),

IRC_NICK_REGEX = r'[a-zA-Z\[\]\\`_\^\{\|\}][a-zA-Z0-9\[\]\\`_\^\{\|\}-]+'

    import irc.connection
    from irc.client import ServerNotConnectedError, NickMask
    from import SingleServerIRCBot
except ImportError:
    log.fatal("""You need the IRC support to use IRC, you can install it with:
    pip install errbot[IRC]

[docs]def irc_md(): """This makes a converter from markdown to mirc color format. """ md = Markdown(output_format='irc', extensions=[ExtraExtension(), AnsiExtension()]) md.stripTopLevelTags = False return md
[docs]class IRCPerson(Person):
[docs] def __init__(self, mask): self._nickmask = NickMask(mask)
@property def nick(self): return self._nickmask.nick @property def user(self): return self._nickmask.user @property def host(self): return # generic compatibility person = nick @property def client(self): return self._nickmask.userhost @property def fullname(self): # TODO: this should be possible to get return None @property def aclattr(self): return IRCBackend.aclpattern.format(nick=self._nickmask.nick, user=self._nickmask.user, def __unicode__(self): return str(self._nickmask) def __str__(self): return self.__unicode__() def __eq__(self, other): if not isinstance(other, IRCPerson): log.warning("Weird you are comparing an IRCPerson to a %s.", type(other)) return False return self.person == other.person
[docs]class IRCRoomOccupant(IRCPerson, RoomOccupant):
[docs] def __init__(self, mask, room): super().__init__(mask) self._room = room
@property def room(self): return self._room def __unicode__(self): return "%s" % self._nickmask def __str__(self): return self.__unicode__() def __repr__(self): return "<{} - {}>".format(self.__unicode__(), super().__repr__())
[docs]class IRCRoom(Room): """ Represent the specifics of a IRC Room/Channel. This lifecycle of this object is: - Created in IRCConnection.on_join - The joined status change in IRCConnection on_join/on_part - Deleted/destroyed in IRCConnection.on_disconnect """
[docs] def __init__(self, room, bot): self._bot = bot = room self.connection = self._bot.conn.connection self._topic_lock = threading.Lock() self._topic = None
def __unicode__(self): return def __str__(self): return self.__unicode__() def __repr__(self): return "<{} - {}>".format(self.__unicode__(), super().__repr__())
[docs] def cb_set_topic(self, current_topic): """ Store the current topic for this room. This method is called by the IRC backend when a `currenttopic`, `topic` or `notopic` IRC event is received to store the topic set for this channel. This function is not meant to be executed by regular plugins. To get or set """ with self._topic_lock: self._topic = current_topic
[docs] def join(self, username=None, password=None): """ Join the room. If the room does not exist yet, this will automatically call :meth:`create` on it first. """ if username is not None: log.debug("Ignored username parameter on join(), it is unsupported on this back-end.") if password is None: password = "" # nosec self.connection.join(, key=password)"Joined room {}".format(
[docs] def leave(self, reason=None): """ Leave the room. :param reason: An optional string explaining the reason for leaving the room """ if reason is None: reason = "" self.connection.part(, reason)"Leaving room {} with reason '{}'".format(, reason if reason is not None else ''))
[docs] def create(self): """ Not supported on this back-end. Will join the room to ensure it exists, instead. """ logging.warning( "IRC back-end does not support explicit creation, joining room " "instead to ensure it exists." ) self.join()
[docs] def destroy(self): """ Not supported on IRC, will raise :class:`~errbot.backends.base.RoomError`. """ raise RoomError("IRC back-end does not support destroying rooms.")
@property def exists(self): """ Boolean indicating whether this room already exists or not. :getter: Returns `True` if the room exists, `False` otherwise. """ logging.warning( "IRC back-end does not support determining if a room exists. " "Returning the result of joined instead." ) return self.joined @property def joined(self): """ Boolean indicating whether this room has already been joined. :getter: Returns `True` if the room has been joined, `False` otherwise. """ return in self._bot.conn.channels.keys() @property def topic(self): """ The room topic. :getter: Returns the topic (a string) if one is set, `None` if no topic has been set at all. """ if not self.joined: raise RoomNotJoinedError("Must join the room to get the topic") with self._topic_lock: return self._topic @topic.setter def topic(self, topic): """ Set the room's topic. :param topic: The topic to set. """ if not self.joined: raise RoomNotJoinedError("Must join the room to set the topic") self.connection.topic(, topic) @property def occupants(self): """ The room's occupants. :getter: Returns a list of occupants. :raises: :class:`~MUCNotJoinedError` if the room has not yet been joined. """ occupants = [] try: for nick in self._bot.conn.channels[].users(): occupants.append(IRCRoomOccupant(nick, except KeyError: raise RoomNotJoinedError("Must be in a room in order to \ see occupants.") return occupants
[docs] def invite(self, *args): """ Invite one or more people into the room. :*args: One or more nicks to invite into the room. """ for nick in args: self.connection.invite(nick,"Invited {} to {}".format(nick,
def __eq__(self, other): if not isinstance(other, IRCRoom): log.warning("This is weird you are comparing an IRCRoom to a %s", type(other)) return False return ==
[docs]class IRCConnection(SingleServerIRCBot):
[docs] def __init__(self, bot, nickname, server, port=6667, ssl=False, bind_address=None, ipv6=False, password=None, username=None, nickserv_password=None, private_rate=1, channel_rate=1, reconnect_on_kick=5, reconnect_on_disconnect=5): self.use_ssl = ssl self.use_ipv6 = ipv6 self.bind_address = bind_address = bot # manually decorate functions if private_rate: self.send_private_message = rate_limited(private_rate)(self.send_private_message) if channel_rate: self.send_public_message = rate_limited(channel_rate)(self.send_public_message) self._reconnect_on_kick = reconnect_on_kick self._pending_transfers = {} self._rooms_lock = threading.Lock() self._rooms = {} self._recently_joined_to = set() self.nickserv_password = nickserv_password if username is None: username = nickname self.transfers = {} super().__init__([(server, port, password)], nickname, username, reconnection_interval=reconnect_on_disconnect)
[docs] def connect(self, *args, **kwargs): # Decode all input to UTF-8, but use a replacement character for # unrecognized byte sequences # (as described at self.connection.buffer_class.errors = 'replace' connection_factory_kwargs = {} if self.use_ssl: import ssl connection_factory_kwargs['wrapper'] = ssl.wrap_socket if self.bind_address is not None: connection_factory_kwargs['bind_address'] = self.bind_address if self.use_ipv6: connection_factory_kwargs['ipv6'] = True connection_factory = irc.connection.Factory(**connection_factory_kwargs) self.connection.connect(*args, connect_factory=connection_factory, **kwargs)
[docs] def on_welcome(self, _, e):"IRC welcome %s" % e) # try to identify with NickServ if there is a NickServ password in the # config if self.nickserv_password: msg = 'identify %s' % self.nickserv_password self.send_private_message('NickServ', msg) # Must be done in a background thread, otherwise the join room # from the ChatRoom plugin joining channels from CHATROOM_PRESENCE # ends up blocking on connect. t = threading.Thread( t.setDaemon(True) t.start()
def _pubmsg(self, e, notice=False): msg = Message(e.arguments[0], extras={'notice': notice}) room_name = if room_name[0] != '#' and room_name[0] != '$': raise Exception('[%s] is not a room' % room_name) room = IRCRoom(room_name, msg.frm = IRCRoomOccupant(e.source, room) = room msg.nick = msg.frm.nick # FIXME find the real nick in the channel possible_mentions = re.findall(IRC_NICK_REGEX, e.arguments[0]) room_users = self.channels[room_name].users() mentions = filter(lambda x: x in room_users, possible_mentions) if mentions: mentions = [ for mention in mentions], mentions) def _privmsg(self, e, notice=False): msg = Message(e.arguments[0], extras={'notice': notice}) msg.frm = IRCPerson(e.source) = IRCPerson(
[docs] def on_pubmsg(self, _, e): self._pubmsg(e)
[docs] def on_privmsg(self, _, e): self._privmsg(e)
[docs] def on_pubnotice(self, _, e): self._pubmsg(e, True)
[docs] def on_privnotice(self, _, e): self._privmsg(e, True)
[docs] def on_kick(self, _, e): if not self._reconnect_on_kick:"RECONNECT_ON_KICK is 0 or None, won't try to reconnect") return"Got kicked out of %s... reconnect in %d seconds... " % (, self._reconnect_on_kick)) def reconnect_channel(name):"Reconnecting to %s after having beeing kicked" % name) t = threading.Timer(self._reconnect_on_kick, reconnect_channel, [, ]) t.daemon = True t.start()
[docs] def send_private_message(self, to, line): try: self.connection.privmsg(to, line) except ServerNotConnectedError: pass # the message will be lost
[docs] def send_public_message(self, to, line): try: self.connection.privmsg(to, line) except ServerNotConnectedError: pass # the message will be lost
[docs] def on_disconnect(self, connection, event): self._rooms = {}
[docs] def send_stream_request(self, identifier, fsource, name=None, size=None, stream_type=None): # Creates a new connection dcc = self.dcc_listen("raw") msg_parts = map(str, ( 'SEND', name, irc.client.ip_quad_to_numstr(dcc.localaddress), dcc.localport, size, )) msg = subprocess.list2cmdline(msg_parts) self.connection.ctcp("DCC", identifier.nick, msg) stream = Stream(identifier, fsource, name, size, stream_type) self.transfers[dcc] = stream return stream
[docs] def on_dcc_connect(self, dcc, event): stream = self.transfers.get(dcc, None) if stream is None: log.error("DCC connect on a none registered connection") return log.debug("Start transfer for %s" % stream.identifier) stream.accept() self.send_chunk(stream, dcc)
[docs] def on_dcc_disconnect(self, dcc, event): self.transfers.pop(dcc)
[docs] def on_part(self, connection, event): """ Handler of the part IRC Message/event. The part message is sent to the client as a confirmation of a /PART command sent by someone in the room/channel. If the event.source contains the bot nickname then we need to fire the :meth:`~errbot.backends.base.Backend.callback_room_left` event on the bot. :param connection: Is an 'irc.client.ServerConnection' object :param event: Is an 'irc.client.Event' object The event.source contains the nickmask of the user that leave the room The contains the channel name """ leaving_nick = event.source.nick leaving_room = if == leaving_nick: with self._rooms_lock:[leaving_room])"Left room {}".format(leaving_room))
[docs] def on_endofnames(self, connection, event): """ Handler of the enfofnames IRC message/event. The endofnames message is sent to the client when the server finish to send the list of names of the room ocuppants. This usually happens when you join to the room. So in this case, we use this event to determine that our bot is finally joined to the room. :param connection: Is an 'irc.client.ServerConnection' object :param event: Is an 'irc.client.Event' object the event.arguments[0] contains the channel name """ # The event.arguments[0] contains the channel name. # We filter that to avoid a misfire of the event. room_name = event.arguments[0] with self._rooms_lock: if room_name in self._recently_joined_to: self._recently_joined_to.remove(room_name)[room_name])
[docs] def on_join(self, connection, event): """ Handler of the join IRC message/event. Is in response of a /JOIN client message. :param connection: Is an 'irc.client.ServerConnection' object :param event: Is an 'irc.client.Event' object the contains the channel name """ # We can't fire the room_joined event yet, # because we don't have the occupants info. # We need to wait to endofnames message. room_name = with self._rooms_lock: if room_name not in self._rooms: self._rooms[room_name] = IRCRoom(room_name, self._recently_joined_to.add(room_name)
[docs] def on_currenttopic(self, connection, event): """ When you Join a room with a topic set this event fires up to with the topic information. If the room that you join don't have a topic set, nothing happens. Here is NOT the place to fire the :meth:`~errbot.backends.base.Backend.callback_room_topic` event for that case exist on_topic. :param connection: Is an 'irc.client.ServerConnection' object :param event: Is an 'irc.client.Event' object The event.arguments[0] contains the room name The event.arguments[1] contains the topic of the room. """ room_name, current_topic = event.arguments with self._rooms_lock: self._rooms[room_name].cb_set_topic(current_topic)
[docs] def on_topic(self, connection, event): """ On response to the /TOPIC command if the room have a topic. If the room don't have a topic the event fired is on_notopic :param connection: Is an 'irc.client.ServerConnection' object :param event: Is an 'irc.client.Event' object The contains the room name. The event.arguments[0] contains the topic name """ room_name = current_topic = event.arguments[0] with self._rooms_lock: self._rooms[room_name].cb_set_topic(current_topic)[room_name])
[docs] def on_notopic(self, connection, event): """ This event fires ip when there is no topic set on a room :param connection: Is an 'irc.client.ServerConnection' object :param event: Is an 'irc.client.Event' object The event.arguments[0] contains the room name """ room_name = event.arguments[0] with self._rooms_lock: self._rooms[room_name].cb_set_topic(None)[room_name])
[docs] @staticmethod def send_chunk(stream, dcc): data = dcc.send_bytes(data) stream.ack_data(len(data))
[docs] def on_dccmsg(self, dcc, event): stream = self.transfers.get(dcc, None) if stream is None: log.error("DCC connect on a none registered connection") return acked = struct.unpack("!I", event.arguments[0])[0] if acked == stream.size:"File %s successfully transfered to %s" % (, stream.identifier)) dcc.disconnect() self.transfers.pop(dcc) elif acked == stream.transfered: log.debug("Chunk for file %s successfully transfered to %s (%d/%d) " % (, stream.identifier, stream.transfered, stream.size)) self.send_chunk(stream, dcc) else: log.debug("Partial chunk for file %s successfully transfered to %s (%d/%d), wait for more" % (, stream.identifier, stream.transfered, stream.size))
[docs] def away(self, message=""): """ Extend the original implementation to support AWAY. To set an away message, set message to something. To cancel an away message, leave message at empty string. """ self.connection.send_raw(" ".join(["AWAY", message]).strip())
[docs]class IRCBackend(ErrBot): aclpattern = '{nick}!{user}@{host}'
[docs] def __init__(self, config): if hasattr(config, 'IRC_ACL_PATTERN'): IRCBackend.aclpattern = config.IRC_ACL_PATTERN identity = config.BOT_IDENTITY nickname = identity['nickname'] server = identity['server'] port = identity.get('port', 6667) password = identity.get('password', None) ssl = identity.get('ssl', False) bind_address = identity.get('bind_address', None) ipv6 = identity.get('ipv6', False) username = identity.get('username', None) nickserv_password = identity.get('nickserv_password', None) compact = config.COMPACT_OUTPUT if hasattr(config, 'COMPACT_OUTPUT') else True enable_format('irc', IRC_CHRS, borders=not compact) private_rate = getattr(config, 'IRC_PRIVATE_RATE', 1) channel_rate = getattr(config, 'IRC_CHANNEL_RATE', 1) reconnect_on_kick = getattr(config, 'IRC_RECONNECT_ON_KICK', 5) reconnect_on_disconnect = getattr(config, 'IRC_RECONNECT_ON_DISCONNECT', 5) self.bot_identifier = IRCPerson(nickname + '!' + nickname + '@' + server) super().__init__(config) self.conn = IRCConnection(bot=self, nickname=nickname, server=server, port=port, ssl=ssl, bind_address=bind_address, ipv6=ipv6, password=password, username=username, nickserv_password=nickserv_password, private_rate=private_rate, channel_rate=channel_rate, reconnect_on_kick=reconnect_on_kick, reconnect_on_disconnect=reconnect_on_disconnect, ) = irc_md() config.MESSAGE_SIZE_LIMIT = IRC_MESSAGE_SIZE_LIMIT
[docs] def send_message(self, msg): super().send_message(msg) if msg.is_direct: msg_func = self.conn.send_private_message msg_to = else: msg_func = self.conn.send_public_message msg_to = body = for line in body.split('\n'): msg_func(msg_to, line)
[docs] def change_presence(self, status: str = ONLINE, message: str = '') -> None: if status == ONLINE: self.conn.away() # cancels the away message else: self.conn.away('[%s] %s' % (status, message))
[docs] def send_stream_request(self, identifier, fsource, name=None, size=None, stream_type=None): return self.conn.send_stream_request(identifier, fsource, name, size, stream_type)
[docs] def build_reply(self, msg, text=None, private=False, threaded=False): response = self.build_message(text) if msg.is_group: if private: response.frm = self.bot_identifier = IRCPerson(str(msg.frm)) else: response.frm = IRCRoomOccupant(str(self.bot_identifier), = else: response.frm = self.bot_identifier = msg.frm return response
[docs] def serve_forever(self): try: self.conn.start() except KeyboardInterrupt:"Interrupt received, shutting down") finally: self.conn.disconnect("Shutting down") log.debug("Trigger disconnect callback") self.disconnect_callback() log.debug("Trigger shutdown") self.shutdown()
[docs] def connect(self): return self.conn
[docs] def build_message(self, text): text = text.replace('', '*') # there is a weird chr IRC is sending that we need to filter out return super().build_message(text)
[docs] def build_identifier(self, txtrep): log.debug("Build identifier from [%s]" % txtrep) # A textual representation starting with # means that we are talking # about an IRC channel -- IRCRoom in internal err-speak. if txtrep.startswith('#'): return IRCRoom(txtrep, self) # Occupants are represented as 2 lines, one is the IRC mask and the second is the Room. if '\n' in txtrep: m, r = txtrep.split('\n') return IRCRoomOccupant(m, IRCRoom(r, self)) return IRCPerson(txtrep)
[docs] def shutdown(self): super().shutdown()
[docs] def query_room(self, room): """ Query a room for information. :param room: The channel name to query for. :returns: An instance of :class:`~IRCMUCRoom`. """ with self.conn._rooms_lock: if room not in self.conn._rooms: self.conn._rooms[room] = IRCRoom(room, self) return self.conn._rooms[room]
@property def mode(self): return 'irc'
[docs] def rooms(self): """ Return a list of rooms the bot is currently in. :returns: A list of :class:`~IRCMUCRoom` instances. """ with self.conn._rooms_lock: return self.conn._rooms.values()
[docs] def prefix_groupchat_reply(self, message, identifier): super().prefix_groupchat_reply(message, identifier) message.body = '{0}: {1}'.format(identifier.nick, message.body)