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;;; erc-nickserv.el --- Identify to NickServ

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;;; Commentary:

;; There are two ways to go about identifying yourself automatically to
;; NickServ with this module.  The more secure way is to listen for identify
;; requests from the user NickServ.  Another way is to identify yourself to
;; NickServ directly after a successful connection and every time you change
;; your nickname.  This method is rather insecure, though, because no checks
;; are made to test if NickServ is the real NickServ for a given network or
;; server.

;; As a default, ERC has the data for the official nickname services on the
;; networks Austnet, BrasNET, Dalnet, freenode, GalaxyNet, and Slashnet.
;; You can add more by using M-x customize-variable RET erc-nickserv-alist.

;; Usage:
;; Put into your .emacs:
;; (require 'erc-nickserv)
;; (erc-services-mode 1)
;; Add your nickname and NickServ password to `erc-nickserv-passwords'.
;; Using the freenode network as an example:
;; (setq erc-nickserv-passwords '((freenode (("nickname" "password")))))
;; The default automatic identification mode is autodetection of NickServ
;; identify requests.  Set the variable `erc-nickserv-identify-mode' if
;; you'd like to change this behavior.  You can also change the way
;; automatic identification is handled by using:
;; M-x erc-nickserv-identify-mode
;; If you'd rather not identify yourself automatically but would like access
;; to the functions contained in this file, just load this file without
;; enabling `erc-services-mode'.

;;; Code:

(require 'erc)
(require 'erc-nets)
(eval-when-compile (require 'cl))

(defconst erc-nickserv-version "$Revision$"
  "ERC NickServ revision.")

;; Customization:

(defgroup erc-services nil
  "Configuration for IRC services.

On some networks, there exists a special type of automated irc bot,
called Services.  Those usually allow you to register your nickname,
post/read memos to other registered users who are currently offline,
and do various other things.

This group allows you to set variables to somewhat automate
communication with those Services."
  :group 'erc)

;;;###autoload (autoload 'erc-services-mode "erc-nickserv" nil t)
(define-erc-module services nickserv
  "This mode automates communication with services."
  ((erc-nickserv-identify-mode erc-nickserv-identify-mode))
  ((remove-hook 'erc-server-NOTICE-functions
   (remove-hook 'erc-after-connect
   (remove-hook 'erc-nick-changed-functions

(defun erc-nickserv-identify-mode (mode)
  "Set up hooks according to which MODE the user has chosen."
   (list (intern (completing-read
		  "Choose Nickserv identify mode (RET to disable): "
		  '(("autodetect") ("nick-change")) nil t))))
  (cond ((eq mode 'autodetect)
	 (setq erc-nickserv-identify-mode 'autodetect)
	 (add-hook 'erc-server-NOTICE-functions
	 (remove-hook 'erc-nick-changed-functions
	 (remove-hook 'erc-after-connect
	((eq mode 'nick-change)
	 (setq erc-nickserv-identify-mode 'nick-change)
	 (add-hook 'erc-after-connect
	 (add-hook 'erc-nick-changed-functions
	 (remove-hook 'erc-server-NOTICE-functions
	 (setq erc-nickserv-identify-mode nil)
	 (remove-hook 'erc-server-NOTICE-functions
	 (remove-hook 'erc-after-connect
	 (remove-hook 'erc-nick-changed-functions

(defcustom erc-nickserv-identify-mode 'autodetect
  "The mode which is used when identifying to Nickserv.

Possible settings are:.

'autodetect  - Identify when the real Nickserv sends an identify request.
'nick-change - Identify when you change your nickname.
nil          - Disables automatic Nickserv identification.

You can also use M-x erc-nickserv-identify-mode to change modes."
  :group 'erc-services
  :type '(choice (const autodetect)
		 (const nick-change)
		 (const nil))
  :set (lambda (sym val)
	 (set-default sym val)
	 (erc-nickserv-identify-mode val)))

(defcustom erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password t
  "Ask for the password when identifying to NickServ."
  :group 'erc-services
  :type 'boolean)

(defcustom erc-nickserv-passwords nil
  "Passwords used when identifying to NickServ automatically.

Example of use:
  (setq erc-nickserv-passwords
        '((freenode ((\"nick-one\" . \"password\")
                     (\"nick-two\" . \"password\")))
          (DALnet ((\"nick\" . \"password\")))))"
  :group 'erc-services
  :type '(repeat
	  (list :tag "Network"
		(choice :tag "Network name"
			(const freenode)
			(const DALnet)
			(const GalaxyNet)
			(const SlashNET)
			(const BRASnet)
			(const iip)
			(const Austnet)
			(symbol :tag "Network name"))
		(repeat :tag "Nickname and password"
			(cons :tag "Identity"
			      (string :tag "Nick")
			      (string :tag "Password"))))))

;; Variables:

(defcustom erc-nickserv-alist
   "Alist of NickServer details, sorted by network.
Every element in the list has the form

SYMBOL is a network identifier, a symbol, as used in `erc-networks-alist'.
NICKSERV is the description of the nickserv in the form nick!user@host.
REGEXP is a regular expression matching the message from nickserv.
NICK is nickserv's nickname.  Use nick@server where necessary/possible.
KEYWORD is the keyword to use in the reply message to identify yourself.
USE-CURRENT indicates whether the current nickname must be used when
ANSWER is the command to use for the answer.  The default is 'privmsg.
  This last element is optional."
   :group 'erc-services
   :type '(repeat
	   (list :tag "Nickserv data"
		 (symbol :tag "Network name")
		 (string :tag "Nickserv's nick!user@host")
		 (regexp :tag "Identify request sent by Nickserv")
		 (string :tag "Identify to")
		 (string :tag "Identify keyword")
		 (boolean :tag "Use current nick in identify message?")
		 (choice :tag "Command to use (optional)"
		  (string :tag "Command")
		  (const :tag "No special command necessary" nil)))))

;; Functions:

(defun erc-nickserv-identify-autodetect (proc parsed)
  "Check for a NickServ identify request everytime a notice is received.
Make sure it is the real NickServ for this network and that it has
specifically asked the user to IDENTIFY.
If `erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password' is non-nil, prompt the user for the
password for this nickname, otherwise try to send it automatically."
  (unless (and (null erc-nickserv-passwords)
	       (null erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password))
    (let* ((network (erc-network))
	   (nickserv (nth 1 (assoc network erc-nickserv-alist)))
	   (identify-regex (nth 2 (assoc network erc-nickserv-alist)))
	   (sspec (erc-response.sender parsed))
	   (nick (car (erc-response.command-args parsed)))
	   (msg (erc-response.contents parsed)))
      ;; continue only if we're sure it's the real nickserv for this network
      ;; and it's asked us to identify
      (when (and nickserv (equal sspec nickserv)
		 (string-match identify-regex msg))
	(erc-log "NickServ IDENTIFY request detected")
	(erc-nickserv-call-identify-function nick)

(defun erc-nickserv-identify-on-connect (server nick)
  "Identify to Nickserv after the connection to the server is established."
  (unless (and (null erc-nickserv-passwords)
	       (null erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password))
    (erc-nickserv-call-identify-function nick)))

(defun erc-nickserv-identify-on-nick-change (nick old-nick)
  "Identify to Nickserv whenever your nick changes."
  (unless (and (null erc-nickserv-passwords)
	       (null erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password))
    (erc-nickserv-call-identify-function nick)))

(defun erc-nickserv-call-identify-function (nickname)
  "Call `erc-nickserv-identify' interactively or run it with NICKNAME's
The action is determined by the value of `erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password'."
  (if erc-prompt-for-nickserv-password
      (call-interactively 'erc-nickserv-identify)
    (when erc-nickserv-passwords
       (cdr (assoc nickname
		   (nth 1 (assoc (erc-network)

(defun erc-nickserv-identify (password)
  "Send an \"identify <PASSWORD>\" message to NickServ.
When called interactively, read the password using `read-passwd'."
   (list (read-passwd
	  (format "NickServ password for %s on %s (RET to cancel): "
		  (or (and (erc-network)
			   (symbol-name (erc-network)))
		      "Unknown network")))))
  (when (and password (not (string= "" password)))
    (let* ((erc-auto-discard-away nil)
	   (network (erc-network))
	   (nickserv-info (assoc network erc-nickserv-alist))
	   (nickserv (or (nth 3 nickserv-info) "NickServ"))
	   (identify-word (or (nth 4 nickserv-info) "IDENTIFY"))
	   (nick (if (nth 5 nickserv-info)
		     (concat (erc-current-nick) " ")
	   (msgtype (or (nth 6 nickserv-info) "PRIVMSG")))
      (erc-message msgtype
		   (concat nickserv " " identify-word " " nick password)))))

(provide 'erc-nickserv)

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