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Script: zmq_notify.rb

Send notifications to a ZMQ socket. (for WeeChat ≥ 0.3.0, requires: zmq)
Author: Mahlon, version 0.1, BSD — added: 2011-11-15
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# vim: set noet nosta sw=4 ts=4 :
#
# Mahlon E. Smith <mahlon@martini.nu>
# http://www.martini.nu/
# (See below for LICENSE.)
#
# ZMQ Notify
# ----------
#
# Catch private messages and highlights, relaying them onward to a
# ZeroMQ publisher, for subscriber consumption.
#
# Writing a client to pull messages off the queue and send them to
# growl/libnotify/dzen/sms/email/your-tv/whatever-your-heart-desires
# is left as an exercise to the reader, but it should be as trivial as
# receiving the message and unwrapping YAML.  Fun!
#
#    ctx = ZMQ::Context.new
#    zmq = ctx.socket( ZMQ::SUB )
#    zmq.connect( "tcp://example.com:2428" )
#    zmq.setsockopt( ZMQ::SUBSCRIBE, '' )
#    
#    loop do
#        pp YAML.load( zmq.recv )
#    end
#
#
#
# Install instructions:
# ---------------------
#
#   This script requires the "zmq" ruby module, available
#   from rubygems, and of course, your Weechat to be built with
#   ruby.
#
#   Load into Weechat like any other plugin, after putting it into
#   your ~/.weechat/ruby directory:
#
#        /ruby load zmq_notify.rb
#
# Options:
# --------
#
#   plugins.var.ruby.zmq_notify.endpoint
#
#       The ZMQ connection endpoint.  The socket type is always PUB.
#       Default: tcp://*:2428
#
#   plugins.var.ruby.zmq_notify.ignore_tags
#
#       A comma separated list of message types to ignore
#       completely, regardless of away state.
#       Default: "irc_quit"
#
#   plugins.var.ruby.zmq_notify.enabled
#
#       A global on/off toggle.
#       Default: "off"
#
#   plugins.var.ruby.zmq_notify.only_when_away
#
#       Only relay messages to the ZMQ socket if you are set to /away.
#       Default: "on"
#
#
# ZMQ message payload
# -------------------
#
# Highlighted message:
#
#    {:type=>"channel",
#     :highlight=>true,
#     :message=>"Something said in #ruby-lang on my highlight list!",
#     :away=>false,
#     :channel=>"#ruby-lang",
#     :server=>"freenode",
#     :date=>"1294733587",
#     :tags=>["irc_privmsg", "notify_message", "log1"]}
#
# Private message:
#
#    {:type=>"private",
#     :highlight=>false,
#     :message=>"Here we go, yo.  So what's the scenario?",
#     :away=>false,
#     :channel=>"grangeromatic",
#     :server=>"bitlbee",
#     :date=>"1294733597",
#     :tags=>["irc_privmsg", "notify_private", "log1"]}
#


### Convenience 'truth' module for Weechat config strings, because:
###
###     self.enabled.true?
###
### reads a whole lot nicer than:
###
###     Weechat.config_string_to_boolean(Weechat.config_get_plugin('enabled')) == "1"
###
### I resist the temptation to monkeypatch all of String during my
### time with Weechat.  Heh.
###
module Truthy
	def true?
		return Weechat.config_string_to_boolean( self.to_s ).to_i.zero? ? false : true
	end
end


### The actual Weechat plugin.
###
class ZMQNotify
	include Weechat

	DEBUG = false

	SIGNATURE = [
		'zmq_notify',
		'Mahlon E. Smith',
		'0.1',
		'BSD',
		'Send private messages and highlights to a ZMQ socket.',
		'weechat_unload',
		'UTF-8'
	]

	DEFAULT_OPTIONS = {
		:endpoint       => 'tcp://*:2428',
		:ignore_tags    => 'irc_quit',
		:enabled        => 'off',
		:only_when_away => 'on'
	}


	### Prepare configuration and bind a ZMQ endpoint.
	###
	def initialize

		@zmq = @ctx = nil

		DEFAULT_OPTIONS.each_pair do |option, value|

			# install default options if needed.
			#
			if Weechat.config_is_set_plugin( option.to_s ).zero?
				self.print_info "Setting value '%s' to %p" % [ option, value ] if DEBUG
				Weechat.config_set_plugin( option.to_s, value.to_s )
			end

			# read in existing config values, attaching
			# them to instance variables.
			#
			val = Weechat.config_get_plugin( option.to_s )
			val.extend( Truthy )
			instance_variable_set( "@#{option}".to_sym, val )
			self.class.send( :attr, option.to_sym, true )
		end

		self.bind
		self.print_info "Initalized!"
	end

	# The ZMQ socket and context.
	#
	attr :zmq, true
	attr :ctx, true


	########################################################################
	### W E E C H A T   H O O K S
	########################################################################

	### Validate values for config changes, and take appropriate action
	### on any changes that immediately require it.
	###
	def config_changed( data, option, new_value )
		option = option.match( /\.(\w+)$/ )[1]
		bounce_connection = false
		new_value.extend( Truthy )

		case option

			# reset the connection if needed
			#
			when 'endpoint'
				instance_variable_set( "@#{option}".to_sym, new_value )
				bounce_connection = true

			# Disconnect/reconnect to endpoint
			#
			when 'enabled'
				self.enabled = new_value
				new_value.true? ? self.bind : self.unbind

			# ... just change the setting, no validation/action needed.
			else
				instance_variable_set( "@#{option}".to_sym, new_value )
		end

		# Refresh the endpoint connection.
		#
		if bounce_connection
			self.unbind
			self.bind
		end

		return WEECHAT_RC_OK
	end


	### Process all incoming messages, filtering out anything we're not
	### interested in seeing.
	###
	def notify_msg( data, buffer, date, tags, visible, highlight, prefix, message )

		return WEECHAT_RC_OK unless self.enabled.true?

		# Grab the channel metadata.
		data = {}
		%w[ away type channel server ].each do |meta|
			data[ meta.to_sym ] = Weechat.buffer_get_string( buffer, "localvar_#{meta}" );
		end
		data[ :away ] = data[ :away ].empty? ? false : true

		# Are we currently marked as away?
		return WEECHAT_RC_OK if self.only_when_away.true? && ! data[ :away ]

		# Only bother with the message if it is a highlight, or a private message.
		return WEECHAT_RC_OK if highlight.to_i.zero? && data[ :type ] != 'private'

		# Are we specifically ignoring this message tag type?
		#
		ignored = self.ignore_tags.split( ',' )
		tags    = tags.split( ',' )
		return WEECHAT_RC_OK unless ( ignored & tags ).empty? 

		notify = {
			:highlight => ! highlight.to_i.zero?,
			:type      => data[ :type ],
			:channel   => data[ :channel ],
			:away      => data[ :away ],
			:server    => data[ :server ],
			:date      => date,
			:tags      => tags,
			:message   => message
		}

		# Ship it off.
		#
		self.print_info "Message notification: %p" % [ notify ] if DEBUG
		self.zmq.send( notify.to_yaml )

		return WEECHAT_RC_OK

	rescue => err
		self.disable "%s, %s" % [ err.class.name, err.message ]
		return WEECHAT_RC_OK
	end


	########################################################################
	### I N S T A N C E   M E T H O D S
	########################################################################

	### Instantiate a ZMQ endpoint.
	###
	def bind
		return unless self.enabled.true?

		self.print_info "Setting up endpoint at %s" % [ self.endpoint ]

		self.ctx = ZMQ::Context.new if self.ctx.nil?
		self.zmq = self.ctx.socket( ZMQ::PUB )
		self.zmq.bind( self.endpoint )

	rescue => err
		self.print_info "Unable to create endpoint: %s, %s" % [ err.class.name, err.message ]
		self.zmq = nil
	end


	### Tear down the ZMQ endpoint.
	###
	def unbind
		return if self.zmq.nil?
		self.zmq.close
	end


	### Disable the plugin on repeated error.
	### TODO:  Set a timer to attempt a re-connect?
	###
	def disable( reason )
		self.print_info "Disabling plugin due to error: %s" % [ reason ]
		Weechat.config_set_plugin( 'enabled', 'off' )
	end



	#########
	protected
	#########

	### Quick wrapper for sending info messages to the weechat main buffer.
	###
	def print_info( msg )
		Weechat.print '', "%sZMQ\t%s" % [
			Weechat.color('yellow'),
			msg
		]
	end
end



### Weechat entry point.
###
def weechat_init
	require 'rubygems'
	require 'zmq'
	require 'yaml'

	Weechat::register *ZMQNotify::SIGNATURE
	$zmq = ZMQNotify.new
	Weechat.hook_print( '', '', '', 1, 'notify_msg', '' )
	Weechat.hook_config( 'plugins.var.ruby.zmq_notify.*', 'config_changed', '' )

	return Weechat::WEECHAT_RC_OK

rescue LoadError => err
	Weechat.print '', "zmq_notify: %s, %s\n$LOAD_PATH: %p" % [
		err.class.name,
		err.message,
		$LOAD_PATH
	]
	Weechat.print '', 'zmq_notify: Unable to initialize due to missing dependencies.'
	return Weechat::WEECHAT_RC_ERROR
end


### Hook for manually unloading this script.
###
def weechat_unload
	$zmq.unbind
	return Weechat::WEECHAT_RC_OK
end


### Allow Weechat namespace callbacks to forward to the ZMQNotify object.
###
require 'forwardable'
extend Forwardable
def_delegators :$zmq, :notify_msg, :config_changed


__END__
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Copyright (c) 2011, Mahlon E. Smith <mahlon@martini.nu>

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