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PyRC Diceroller 8.5.0 [April-2022]

PyRC Diceroller was specially designed using the Python programming language as an accessible and handy tool for rolling dice on IRC.
Now you can make use of this Python-based piece of software to roll the dice and quickly settle all your arguments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It is a script written in the Python programming language, using a variety of modules in the popular wxWidgets library, making it very easy to create graphical user interfaces.
The script can do a lot of other useful stuff as well – creating a standalone web server, sending emails, IRC bots, etc. The whole system is provided as a set of
Python functions which you can use directly in your own programs. It is designed for users of Python; those who want to write their own applications in Python.
It will work with any IRC server, as long as you have Python 2.3+ and the wxPython library installed.

PythWidgets was specially designed using the Python programming language as an accessible and handy tool for the use of the OpenGL application programming interface (API), which is a generic set of functions for computer graphics applications.
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PythWidgets Description:

A Python-based program designed to allow you to quickly create your own 3D OpenGL programs.
It is based on the JBGL library, and is written in Python. It supports the 3D models and games in the GLUT library, and includes a new set of tools to make it easy to create and edit OpenGL, OpenGL ES 1.0 and
2.0 programs.
Additionally it includes a collection of examples of the usage of OpenGL in Python.

The Diceroller project, originally created in 2009 and aimed at connecting amateur programmers to the Python programming language via the third-party Autoconf software program, was later expanded to include the Diceroller GUI, aimed at creating graphical user interfaces for Python scripts.
Now you can make use of this Python-based piece of software to create a GUI for rolling dice in IRC.
Diceroller Description:

Diceroller is a Python program which allows you to quickly create graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for Python scripts.
It allows you to create your own GUIs by making use of the WxWidgets library and the GTK+ and PyGTK toolkits.
It supports the dice rolling script PyRC Diceroller.

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PyRC Diceroller is a plug-in for IRC which makes it easy to roll dice. It lets you specify any standard dice order you want, all you need to do is tell it how many dice you want, and give it the side of the dice. When you start the process, Diceroller will roll the specified number of dice. If you want to specify how many numbers you want to show, you can do so too.

PyRC Diceroller will support dice from two to eight sides.

All of the settings are stored in an XML file, to read and edit the file with any text editor of your choice is simple and free.
Installation:

pyrc_diceroller.zip

Download pyrc_diceroller.zip from the Download section above and open it with your favorite archive manager.

Included Files:

pyrc_diceroller.py

pyrc_diceroller.xml

Use Case:

To be used in conversation in IRC the example shown below has been added by the user p2c using PyRC Diceroller.

On the following conversation p2c was rolling the dice, giving seven sides, with the order of 2d4d4d, 3d4d4d, 4d4d4d, 5d4d4d, 2d6d4d, 3d6d4d, 4d6d4d, 2d8d4d

Hello, i have some free time and just downloaded IRc to use it in my pub

P2c rolls dice, gives 7 sides, with the order of: 2d4d4d, 3d4d4d, 4d4d4d, 5d4d4d, 2d6d4d, 3d6d4d, 4d6d4d, 2d8d4d

Hello, i have some free time and just downloaded IRc to use it in my pub

p2c rolls dice, gives 7 sides, with the order of: 2d4d4d, 3d4d4d, 4d4d4d, 5d4d4d, 2d6d4d, 3d6d4d, 4d6d4d, 2d8d4d

I have been using IRC for a while now.

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Roll the dice and place a random number on the following grid:
[—————-]
|Number |
[—————-]
The numbers roll onto the grid of a 6×4 dice. And the dice value is saved as well.
Some example output:
roll: 4
[—————-]
|4 |
[—————-]
Diceroller has more options in the menu bar so you can change the number of rolls, the number of dice, the grid size and others.
There is also a separate command that allows you to clear the dice board:
cleardice
Additional Notes:
Diceroller’s main purpose is to roll the dice and toss it, not for games. However, it’s not against the rules to use Diceroller’s rolls for your own game, just ask the users first. Just remember to give credit to the author.
Background:
Diceroller was designed in 2009 during a conversation with a user of IRC known as Jexer on the #python channel of the Freenode Network, but he was not able to come with a software that he could program specifically. So he did, and that is how Diceroller was born.
Diceroller has been updated with a new and better interface, a few more functionality and a couple of new commands that nobody knew existed.
All rights, credits and obligations are given to the author of the program as mentioned on the credits file, and the programmer is not to be held responsible if anyone uses this software to roll dice for games.
License:
If you want to share and modify Diceroller, please make sure to mention this on your credits line and mention in your credits file that you have made a free software that you feel should be shared.
If you just want to use this code for your own use and not share it, then you have no obligation to mention that the software is free. You may also keep the credits file and change it so it does not mention you are the author of the software.

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What’s New in the?

PyRC is a set of tools to assist in IRC. It is built entirely on python and its language is so easy to use that everyone can understand it. It comes with built-in tools like:

how to roll dice
PyRC Diceroller is the script that I have written to help and support everyone who comes to IRC and has to deal with IRC related problems.

PyRC Diceroller can be used with Python 2.x or Python 3.x.
It is free for anyone to use it as it comes without any cost.

PyRC Diceroller is the only tool which has support for both Python2 and Python3
This is another amazing script that have been developed by the talented team of IT personality.

This script has been developed keeping all the requirements of the user in mind. It has support for all the socket based transports. It has the support to establish the connection if it is not found and has also the support for Idle and Tkinter GUI.
It works the same way as the bot, i.e. you just need to write a command, which is placed in the ‘Input area’ and press enter after confirming.

I have developed this IRC script in such a way that it is capable of establishing the connection with the servers and keep it alive.
This is a time saving script, with which you can deal with IRC issues rather quickly.

Features of PyRC Diceroller:

You can run this script under various OS such as Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and several BSD and command line shells. You can install this script under all the UNIX and Linux systems and in Windows using the Cygwin.
You can run this script as the server or a client.
You can use it as a multi-purpose bot or you can use it as a very simple command line tool.

You can run this script in single or multi-user mode.

This Python based bot can be made into a modular bot.

You can easily install this bot on the servers by adding a single line of code to the config file.

This script can connect to many different IRC servers such as:

IRCII

PCLinuxOS

SupyIRCd

TuxIRC

Bowser

Bamboo

Monastic

XM

Q4IR

SmartIRC

The well-known IRC

System Requirements For PyRC Diceroller:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (32/64-bit), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 (32/64-bit)
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (32/64-bit), Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2 (32/64-bit) Processor: 2 GHz dual-core CPU
2 GHz dual-core CPU Memory: 1 GB RAM
1 GB RAM Video: 64 MB DirectX

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