_name = mylib.mymodule :initialize_func',
+ 'pluginname = mylib.mymodule',
During startup (and after loading the traditional script-based plugins),
-pmxbot will load `mylib.mymodule` and call `initialize_func` from that
-module (with no parameters).
-`plugin_name` can be anything, but should be a name suitable to
-identify the plugin. It is not necessary that initialize_func do
-anything at all, but it must be present, and will be called during
+pmxbot will load `mylib.mymodule`. `plugin name` can be anything, but should
+be a name suitable to identify the plugin (and it will be displayed during
+If your plugin requires any initialization, specify an initialization function
+(or class method) in the entry point. For example::
+ 'plugin name = mylib.mymodule:initialize_func'
+On startup, pmxbot will call `initialize_func` with no parameters.
Within the script you'll want to import the decorates you need to use with:
`from pmxbot.botbase import command, contains, execdelay, execat`. You'll then