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Mutter Push is a ZNC module for the Mutter IRC client.  It will send notifications to Apple's Push Notification Service for any messages that match your own nickname or keywords in the client settings; this includes: private messages, private notices, channel messages, and channel notices.  Users are more than welcome to submit feature requests or patches for inclusion.
 
  
You can obtain the source code and documentation from [https://bitbucket.org/jmclough/mutter-push here].
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Mutter Push was a ZNC module for the Mutter IRC client (which is now dead). As such this module is equally dead. The source code used to be hosted at [https://bitbucket.org/jmclough/mutter-push bitbucket], but the author has removed it.
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It would have sent notifications to Apple's Push Notification Service for any messages that match your own nickname or keywords in the client settings; this includes: private messages, private notices, channel messages, and channel notices.  Users are more than welcome to submit feature requests or patches for inclusion.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:42, 13 July 2019

Mutter Push was a ZNC module for the Mutter IRC client (which is now dead). As such this module is equally dead. The source code used to be hosted at bitbucket, but the author has removed it.

It would have sent notifications to Apple's Push Notification Service for any messages that match your own nickname or keywords in the client settings; this includes: private messages, private notices, channel messages, and channel notices. Users are more than welcome to submit feature requests or patches for inclusion.

Arguments

This user module takes no arguments.

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