ok, i've written a little perl script that essentially tails a group of
files, and strips out unwanted lines and spits them to an irc channel.
it runs as a normal irc user, not as a service.
along with it i've written an x-chat script that pops up a warning box
(or runs some command) if it sees something you've said you want to
combine the two and you have a new and amusing way to keep a watch on
logs in real time (w/o actually watching the logs).
i still need to tidy them up a bit before i'm willing to release them,
but would anyone want to try these out? mail me off list and i'll send
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