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alicqrc - Alicq configuration file
alicq condfiguration file is used to customize alicq during startup. Any configuration file can be specified with -config option when run‐ ning alicq. If -config option is not given, default configuration file is searched depending on current platgorm: Unix ~/.alicq/alicqrc primary configuration ~/.alicqrc for backward compatibility Windows %USERPROFILE/alicq/alicq.cfg /alicq/alicq.cfg where workingdir is a folder with alicq run file. Alicq startup file is just a Tcl script, which is sourced by main pro‐ gram. It looks like configuration file, but it is possible to use any Tcl command in it. For example, if you want to keep ICQ password in other file, you may write something like: source ~/.alicq/password where ~/.alicq/password contains string icq password mypassword or icq password [eval_password_by_any_way] Common startup file usually contains following entities: calls of module loading commands calls of module configuration commands resources specifications arbitrary Tcl code user wants to evaluate in Alicq interpreter on startup Module loading command has following syntax: module module-name module tree Alicq looks for modules through a list of catalogues: basedir/modules where basedir is a directory where current configuration file is read from. workingdir/modules where workingdir is a directory where alicq run file is read from. workingdir/../share/alicq/modules where workingdir is a directory where alicq run file is read from. Each module can have number of configurable parameters. These parame‐ ters can be specified in configuration file using following syntax: module-name configurable-parameter value icq uin 47298730 icq roster use 1 tree hide empty no tree hide offline yes List of supported configurable parameters can be retrieved with command alicq-info [ module-name ]
$HOME/.alicq/alicqrc Default startup file for Unix version of Alicq. $HOME/.alicqrc Startup file of older versions of Alicq. Used for backward com‐ patibility. alicq(1) Alicq home page (http://alicq.sourceforge.net/)
Alicq was written by Ihar Viarheichyk <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manual page was written by Dmitry Borodaenko <email@example.com>, based on Alicq README and slightly reworked by Vitus Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Ihar Viarheichyk <email@example.com>. This is free documentation; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. alicqrc(5)