Projects / EnergyMech


The EnergyMech is an advanced IRC bot. It has many features including a DCC party line, powerful user list handling, a telnet console, bot linking, and more.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  11 May 2009 14:27

    Release Notes: Additional script hooks (TCL), a DNS command, a CHANBAN feature, cross-bot spying, basic ircnet support, and servergroups.

    •  27 Aug 2008 20:38

      Release Notes: The DNS query recursion flag was set incorrectly, causing long loops of trying to resolve host names. This has been fixed.

      •  09 May 2006 08:46

        Release Notes: A nasty crash bug was fixed.

        •  29 Aug 2005 02:02

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  01 Aug 2005 13:10

            Release Notes: SPARC platform crashes and other minor bugs were fixed.

            Recent comments

            15 Aug 2001 18:25 CrazyBear

            UnixMan didnt read the instructions about flaming myself, i just chose to ignore it. Beats me where 'Browser Blocking" has anything to do with the project on hand. I've been an emech user since 97/98, and IMHO, it's developement has been first rate. As an *avid* user of IRC, I've seen the ammount of energymech bots leap in massive bounds over the past few years, and its stability, package size, and usefullness are just a few reasons for its rise in popularity. The coding team is a dedicated bunch, and a much smaller team then that of other IRC Bawts out there. Hats off to the Emech Team.

            22 Jun 2001 00:13 proton

            Re: By the way...
            I'd rather see Netscape crash instead of the OS. I'd rather see Netscape gobble down memory and resources instead of the OS.

            Personally Im using NS 4.08. Once Java and JavaScript is turned off, its quite stable. Trust me, its refreshing.

            21 Jun 2001 12:57 unixman

            By the way...
            When Mozilla and/or Netscape stop crashing, hanging and eating up resources, while doing a decent job rendering HTML I will consider a switch. They still have a long way to go.

            21 Jun 2001 12:54 unixman

            "Access to this website has been blocked for users of Microsoft IE6."

            Too bad, Proton Dude... The version of Explorer with the "smart tags" in it has not come out yet. When it comes out, it will be a toggle, not an imposed "feature". By blocking access to your site for people with IE you are not making a difference, you are just a mimic of the beast, aka "Microsoft".

            I guess your bot is one that the, already bloated, IRC network does not needs.

            Happy blocking!


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