This plugin lets you execute a command, to notify you from new important messages.
Installation and configuration¶
You need to create a plugin configuration file. Create a file named
into your plugins configuration directory (
default), and fill it like this:
[simple_notify] command = notify-send -i /path/to/poezio/data/poezio_80.png "New message from %(from)s" "%(body)s"
[simple_notify] command = echo \<%(from)s\> %(body)s >> some.fifo delay = 3 after_command = echo >> some.fifo
You can put any command, instead of these ones. You can also use the
%(body)s that will be replaced
directly in the command line by the author of the message, and the body.
The first example shown above will display something like this:
The second example will first write the author and the message in a fifo, that fifo can locally be read by some other program (was tested with the xmobar PipeReader command, which displays what is read from a fifo into a status bar. Be careful, you have two different fifos in that case, don’t get confused). The delay and after_command options are used to erase/delete/kill the notification after a certain delay. In our example it is used to display an empty message in our xmobar, erasing the notification after 3 seconds.
[simple_notify] command = notify-send -i /path/to/poezio/data/poezio_80.png "New message from %(from)s" "%(body)s" muc_too = true muc_list = email@example.com:firstname.lastname@example.org
If present and set to
muc_too option will also trigger a
notification when a new message arrives on a Multi User Chat you've joined.
If present and set to a colon separated list of muc JIDs, muc_list together with muc_too = true will only notify when a new message arrives on a Multi User Chat, you've joined if it is present on the list.
Command to run after delay. You probably want to clean up things.
The command to execute (with special keywords
Delay after which after_command must be executed.
Boolean indicating whether new messages in Multi User Chat rooms should trigger a notification or not.