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+================================================================================
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+QOTDD : `Quote of the Day Daemon`	A QOTD server for nerds
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+================================================================================
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+
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+QOTDD is an implementation of RFC 865: the Quote of the Day Protocol.
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+It's simple, really:
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+	* User connects to server with raw TCP connection
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+	* Server sends back today's quote
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+	* User smiles
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+	* Server disconnects user
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+Tested on GNU CLISP. <3
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+----------------------------------------
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+USAGE
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+----------------------------------------
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+To start QOTDD, just fire up your Lisp interpreter, load :qotdd, and run it!
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+	[1]> (ql:quickload :qotdd)
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+	[2]> (qotdd:server :path "/usr/games/qotdd/2018"
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+	                   :host "127.0.0.1"
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+This assumes that you can load :qotdd with Quicklisp
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+The dependencies of QOTDD are NIH, a general-bleh library I've written-- which
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+File Format
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+--------------------
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+The file-format of QOTDD quote sets is *exactly* like the format BSD fortune
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+uses-- that is, a single text-file with several "%" seperated sections.
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+That listing is how QOTDD determines which quote to pick for which day.
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+QOTDD File Example
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+====================
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+:Date 2018-09-06
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+	-- Literally Everyone
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+%
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+:Date 2018-09-07
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+	-- Me
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+%
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+:Date 2018-09-08
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+	-- Dad
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+%
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+====================
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+Example End
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+----------------------------------------
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+BORING STUFF
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+----------------------------------------
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+License is in COPYING.txt (GNU GPLv3~! <3)
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+Author is Jaidyn Ann <jadedctrl@teknik.io>
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+Sauce is at https://git.eunichx.us/qotdd
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 	   [First Esperanto World Congress, 1905]
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 %
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+:Date 2019-09-23
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+Thanks for watching, all this time."
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+	-- Jaidyn Ann Levesque
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+	   [qotdd author, `eunichx.us` server-host]
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 (defsystem "qotdd"
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            :author "Jaidyn Ann <jadedctrl@teknik.io>"
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 (defpackage :qotdd
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 (in-package :qotdd) 
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+        (getf (nih:get-colon-values quote) :date)
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+        (nih:remove-colon-values quote)))
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     (read-line-chunked (open path) "%")))
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 ;; PATH_TO_QOTD_FILE [UNIVERSAL_TIME] --> DATED_OR_RANDOM_QUOTE
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 (defun get-quote (path &optional universal-time)
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   `universal-time`), it'll return a random quote."
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+        (date (ignore-errors (nih:iso-time universal-time)))
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+        (dated-quote (ignore-errors (cadr (nih:getf-string quotes date)))))
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     (if dated-quote
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-      (random-item quotes))))
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 (in-package :qotdd)
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 ;; [HOST] [PORT]
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-================================================================================
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-TESTING FOR :QOTDD
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-;; ----------------------------------------
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-(rt:deftest value-or_i
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