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#This is configuration for matterbridge.
#WARNING: as this file contains credentials, be sure to set correct file permissions
###################################################################
#IRC section
###################################################################
#REQUIRED to start IRC section
[irc]
#You can configure multiple servers "[irc.name]" or "[irc.name2]"
#In this example we use [irc.freenode]
#REQUIRED
[irc.esper]
#irc server to connect to.
#REQUIRED
Server="irc.esper.net:6697"
#Password for irc server (if necessary)
#OPTIONAL (default "")
Password=""
#Enable to use TLS connection to your irc server.
#OPTIONAL (default false)
UseTLS=true
#Enable SASL (PLAIN) authentication. (freenode requires this from eg AWS hosts)
#It uses NickServNick and NickServPassword as login and password
#OPTIONAL (default false)
UseSASL=false
#Enable to not verify the certificate on your irc server. i
#e.g. when using selfsigned certificates
#OPTIONAL (default false)
SkipTLSVerify=true
#If you know your charset, you can specify it manually.
#Otherwise it tries to detect this automatically. Select one below
# "iso-8859-2:1987", "iso-8859-9:1989", "866", "latin9", "iso-8859-10:1992", "iso-ir-109", "hebrew",
# "cp932", "iso-8859-15", "cp437", "utf-16be", "iso-8859-3:1988", "windows-1251", "utf16", "latin6",
# "latin3", "iso-8859-1:1987", "iso-8859-9", "utf-16le", "big5", "cp819", "asmo-708", "utf-8",
# "ibm437", "iso-ir-157", "iso-ir-144", "latin4", "850", "iso-8859-5", "iso-8859-5:1988", "l3",
# "windows-31j", "utf8", "iso-8859-3", "437", "greek", "iso-8859-8", "l6", "l9-iso-8859-15",
# "iso-8859-2", "latin2", "iso-ir-100", "iso-8859-6", "arabic", "iso-ir-148", "us-ascii", "x-sjis",
# "utf16be", "iso-8859-8:1988", "utf16le", "l4", "utf-16", "iso-ir-138", "iso-8859-7", "iso-8859-7:1987",
# "windows-1252", "l2", "koi8-r", "iso8859-1", "latin1", "ecma-114", "iso-ir-110", "elot-928",
# "iso-ir-126", "iso-8859-1", "iso-ir-127", "cp850", "cyrillic", "greek8", "windows-1250", "iso-latin-1",
# "l5", "ibm866", "cp866", "ms-kanji", "ibm850", "ecma-118", "iso-ir-101", "ibm819", "l1", "iso-8859-6:1987",
# "latin5", "ascii", "sjis", "iso-8859-10", "iso-8859-4", "iso-8859-4:1988", "shift-jis
# The select charset will be converted to utf-8 when sent to other bridges.
#OPTIONAL (default "")
Charset=""
#Your nick on irc.
#REQUIRED
Nick="matterbot"
#If you registered your bot with a service like Nickserv on freenode.
#Also being used when UseSASL=true
#
#Note: if you want do to quakenet auth, set NickServNick="Q@CServe.quakenet.org"
#OPTIONAL
NickServNick="nickserv"
NickServPassword="secret"
#OPTIONAL only used for quakenet auth
NickServUsername="username"
#Flood control
#Delay in milliseconds between each message send to the IRC server
#OPTIONAL (default 1300)
MessageDelay=1300
#Maximum amount of messages to hold in queue. If queue is full
#messages will be dropped.
#<message clipped> will be add to the message that fills the queue.
#OPTIONAL (default 30)
MessageQueue=30
#Maximum length of message sent to irc server. If it exceeds
#<message clipped> will be add to the message.
#OPTIONAL (default 400)
MessageLength=400
#Split messages on MessageLength instead of showing the <message clipped>
#WARNING: this could lead to flooding
#OPTIONAL (default false)
MessageSplit=false
#Delay in seconds to rejoin a channel when kicked
#OPTIONAL (default 0)
RejoinDelay=0
#Nicks you want to ignore.
#Messages from those users will not be sent to other bridges.
#OPTIONAL
IgnoreNicks="ircspammer1 ircspammer2"
#Messages you want to ignore.
#Messages matching these regexp will be ignored and not sent to other bridges
#See https://regex-golang.appspot.com/assets/html/index.html for more regex info
#OPTIONAL (example below ignores messages starting with ~~ or messages containing badword
IgnoreMessages="^~~ badword"
#messages you want to replace.
#it replaces outgoing messages from the bridge.
#so you need to place it by the sending bridge definition.
#regular expressions supported
#some examples:
#this replaces cat => dog and sleep => awake
#replacemessages=[ ["cat","dog"], ["sleep","awake"] ]
#this replaces every number with number. 123 => numbernumbernumber
#replacemessages=[ ["[0-9]","number"] ]
#optional (default empty)
ReplaceMessages=[ ["cat","dog"] ]
#nicks you want to replace.
#see replacemessages for syntaxa
#optional (default empty)
ReplaceNicks=[ ["user--","user"] ]
#extra label that can be used in the RemoteNickFormat
#optional (default empty)
Label=""
#RemoteNickFormat defines how remote users appear on this bridge
#The string "{NICK}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the actual nick / username.
#The string "{BRIDGE}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the sending bridge
#The string "{PROTOCOL}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the protocol used by the bridge
#The string "{NOPINGNICK}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the actual nick / username, but with a ZWSP inside the nick, so the irc user with the same nick won't get pinged. See https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge/issues/175 for more information
#OPTIONAL (default empty)
RemoteNickFormat="[{PROTOCOL}.{BRIDGE}] <{NOPINGNICK}> "
#Enable to show users joins/parts from other bridges
#Currently works for messages from the following bridges: irc, mattermost, slack
#OPTIONAL (default false)
ShowJoinPart=true
#StripNick only allows alphanumerical nicks. See https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge/issues/285
#It will strip other characters from the nick
#OPTIONAL (default false)
StripNick=false
#Enable to show topic changes from other bridges
#Only works hiding/show topic changes from slack bridge for now
#OPTIONAL (default false)
ShowTopicChange=false
###################################################################
#API
###################################################################
[api]
#You can configure multiple API hooks
#In this example we use [api.minecraft]
#REQUIRED
[api.minecraft]
#Address to listen on for API
#REQUIRED
BindAddress="127.0.0.1:4242"
#Amount of messages to keep in memory
Buffer=1000
#Bearer token used for authentication
#curl -H "Authorization: Bearer token" http://localhost:4242/api/messages
#OPTIONAL (no authorization if token is empty)
Token=""
#extra label that can be used in the RemoteNickFormat
#optional (default empty)
Label="minecraft"
#RemoteNickFormat defines how remote users appear on this bridge
#The string "{NICK}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the actual nick / username.
#The string "{BRIDGE}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the sending bridge
#The string "{PROTOCOL}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the protocol used by the bridge
#OPTIONAL (default empty)
RemoteNickFormat="{NICK}"
###################################################################
#General configuration
###################################################################
# Settings here are defaults that each protocol can override
[general]
#RemoteNickFormat defines how remote users appear on this bridge
#The string "{NICK}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the actual nick / username.
#The string "{BRIDGE}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the sending bridge
#The string "{PROTOCOL}" (case sensitive) will be replaced by the protocol used by the bridge
#OPTIONAL (default empty)
RemoteNickFormat="[{PROTOCOL}] <{NICK}> "
#StripNick only allows alphanumerical nicks. See https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge/issues/285
#It will strip other characters from the nick
#OPTIONAL (default false)
StripNick=false
#MediaServerUpload and MediaServerDownload are used for uploading images/files/video to
#a remote "mediaserver" (a webserver like caddy for example).
#When configured images/files uploaded on bridges like mattermost,slack, telegram will be downloaded
#and uploaded again to MediaServerUpload URL
#The MediaServerDownload will be used so that bridges without native uploading support:
#gitter, irc and xmpp will be shown links to the files on MediaServerDownload
#
#More information https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge/wiki/Mediaserver-setup-%5Badvanced%5D
#OPTIONAL (default empty)
MediaServerUpload="https://user:pass@yourserver.com/upload"
#OPTIONAL (default empty)
MediaServerDownload="https://youserver.com/download"
#MediaDownloadSize is the maximum size of attachments, videos, images
#matterbridge will download and upload this file to bridges that also support uploading files.
#eg downloading from slack to upload it to mattermost
#
#It will only download from bridges that don't have public links available, which are for the moment
#slack, telegram, matrix and mattermost
#
#Optional (default 1000000 (1 megabyte))
MediaDownloadSize=1000000
###################################################################
#Gateway configuration
###################################################################
#You can specify multiple gateways using [[gateway]]
#Each gateway has a [[gateway.in]] and a [[gateway.out]]
#[[gateway.in]] specifies the account and channels we will receive messages from.
#[[gateway.out]] specifies the account and channels we will send the messages
#from [[gateway.in]] to.
#
#Most of the time [[gateway.in]] and [[gateway.out]] are the same if you
#want bidirectional bridging. You can then use [[gateway.inout]]
#
[[gateway]]
#REQUIRED and UNIQUE
name="minecraft"
#Enable enables this gateway
##OPTIONAL (default false)
enable=true
# API
[[gateway.inout]]
account="api.minecraft"
channel="api"
[[gateway.inout]]
account="irc.esper"
channel="#matterlink"