pings out

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If you play around with irccat long enough, it will eventually ping timeout.

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  1. Jason R. Coombs

    irccat (and other scripts in the examples directories) aren't designed to be production-class scripts. Instead, they're designed to help the developer gain a familiarity with the system.

    As a result, the example is very simple and doesn't account for higher-level behaviors (like ping timeouts, or processing incoming messages at all for that matter).

    The way the irc library handles asynchronous I/O is through callbacks, so it's important that the process_once be called periodically to handle incoming messages (pings) and respond accordingly.

    You might try calling process_once in the loop, which may cause the "ping-ponger" to respond to pings:

    C:\Users\jaraco\projects\irc [default ~1 master tip]> hg diff
    diff -r af0a10dde638 scripts/
    --- a/scripts/ Sun Sep 22 18:09:50 2013 -0400
    +++ b/scripts/ Sun Oct 20 15:52:03 2013 -0400
    @@ -34,6 +34,7 @@
         for line in itertools.takewhile(bool, get_lines()):
             connection.privmsg(target, line)
    +        connection.irclibobj.process_once()
     def on_disconnect(connection, event):

    However, even that isn't necessarily going to work if input from stdin isn't received frequently enough to trigger the ping responses.

    Your other option would be to create a separate thread or other asynchronous technique to ensure that 'process_once' is called periodically even when input isn't received on stdin.

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