Commands tagged irssi (5)

  • Bash alias for easy irssi within screen, attempts to attach to existing irssi session, if one exists, otherwise creates one - Including wipe for when system reboots and leaves "dead" session.


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    alias irssi="screen -wipe; screen -A -U -x -R -S irssi irssi"
    djsmiley2k · 2010-12-15 09:10:53 1
  • This command attempts to attach to existing irssi session, if one exists, otherwise creates one. I use "irc" because I use different irc clients depending on what system I am working on. Consistency is queen.


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    alias irc="screen -D -R -S chatclient irssi"
    expelledboy · 2012-08-12 13:24:43 1
  • This awk command prints a histogram of the number of times 'emergency' is the first word in a line, per day, in an irssi (IRC client) log file. Show Sample Output


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    awk '/^--- Day changed (.*)/ {st=""; for (i=0;i<ar[date];i++) {st=st"*"} print date" "st; date=$7"-"$5"-"$6} /> emergency/ {ar[date]++} END {st=""; for (i=0;i<ar[date];i++) {st=st"*"}; print date" "st}' #engineyard.log
    menicosia · 2010-02-24 22:54:34 2
  • This awk command prints a histogram of the number of times 'emergency' is the first word in a line, per day, in an irssi (IRC client) log file. Show Sample Output


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    awk '/^--- Day changed (.*)/ {st=""; for (i=0;i<ar[date];i++) {st=st"*"} print date" "st; date=$7"-"$5"-"$6} /> emergency/ {ar[date]++} END {st=""; for (i=0;i<ar[date];i++) {st=st"*"}; print date" "st}' #engineyard.log
    MarcoN · 2010-02-24 23:10:03 1
  • Tries to reattach to screen, if it's not available, creates one. created an alias "irc" for it, since sometimes i forget if there already is a screen session running with irssi, this way I avoid creating a new one by mistake.


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    screen -r irc || screen -S irc irssi
    daneoshiga · 2012-10-19 12:12:54 2

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