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POE::Component::IRC::CUseroContributedmPerlnDocIRC::Cookbook::Disconnecting(3)

NAME
       POE::Component::IRC::Cookbook::Disconnecting - How to disconnect
       gracefully with PoCo-IRC

SYNOPSIS
       Shutting	down an	IRC bot	can be quick and messy,	or slow	and graceful.

DESCRIPTION
       There are two ways you can shut down an IRC bot/client. The quick and
       dirty way is rather simple:

	exit;

       It exits	the program, shutting down the socket, and everybody online
       sees yet	another	"Connection reset by peer" or "Remote end closed the
       socket" or something.

       As of version 6.50, all you need	to do in order to shut down gracefully
       is to send a "shutdown" event to	the IRC	component.  It will make sure
       your quit message (if any) gets delivered, and will forcibly disconnect
       if there	are any	problems (faulty server	or network issues). After
       doing this, it will unregister all sessions and clean up	after itself.

       If you want to do something more	elaborate on your own, take a look at
       the following documentation: logged in, "connected", "quit",
       "disconnect", and "unregister".

AUTHOR
       Rocco Caputo and	Hinrik Arn SigurA<degree>sson.

perl v5.32.0		       POE::Component::IRC::Cookbook::Disconnecting(3)

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