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[![Actions Status](https://github.com/lizmat/IRC-Log-Colabti/workflows/test/badge.svg)](https://github.com/lizmat/IRC-Log-Colabti/actions) NAME ==== IRC::Log::Colabti - interface to IRC logs from colabti.org SYNOPSIS ======== ```raku use IRC::Log::Colabti; my $log = IRC::Log::Colabti.new($filename.IO); say "Logs from $log.date()"; .say for $log.entries.List; my $log = IRC::Log::Colabti.new($text, $date); ``` DESCRIPTION =========== IRC::Log::Colabti provides an interface to the IRC logs that are available from colabti.org (raw format). Please see [IRC::Log](IRC::Log) for more information. ADDITIONAL METHODS ================== merge ----- ```raku my $merged = $log.merge($channel); # merge with Colabti archive of same date my $merged = $log.merge($slurped); # merge with another log file of same date my $merged = $log.merge($other-log); # merge with log object my $merged = $log.merge($path.IO); # merge with log file by IO::Path ``` The `merge` instance method attempts to add entries from another log of the same date that are not present in the entries of the instance. This functionality is intended to fix "holes" in the logs caused by temporary outages of the various loggers. It takes a single positional argument, which can either be: * the name of a channel: fetches content from Colabti's website * a string with the contents of a log file * another IRC::Log object * an IO::Path object of the log file to merge with It either returns `Nil` if no missing entries were found, or a freshly created object of the same type as the invocant. When merging with Colabti's channel logs, it is possible to specify a `:normalizer` argument to indicate code to normalize the logs obtained from Colabti. By default, this will be the same normalization as used by the `IRC::Client::Plugin::Logger` module. AUTHOR ====== Elizabeth Mattijsen <[email protected]> Source can be located at: https://github.com/lizmat/IRC-Log-Colabti . Comments and Pull Requests are welcome. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ===================== Copyright 2021, 2022 Elizabeth Mattijsen This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License 2.0.