PySP (pronounced "pisp") is a copy of SuckerPipe, an extremely
addicting AIMTM tool,
written by...um....whoever's page I just linked to. I
reimplemented SuckerPipe in Python,
basically because I don't like Java.
Unfortunately this site seems to go down nightly, so here's a mirror of version 3.5.
This is the X11 version, Windows users will have to go elsewhere.
- Py-TOC Install this like the
site says, or just put it in the same directory as PySP. I include
a custom version of this now.
- Python (Only tested with 2.2.2
- Qt (Only
tested with 3.1.1 so far)
- Easy Installation for Gentoo people:
- emerge PyQt (This
will take a few minutes)
- Download this
- cd /usr/portage (or
/usr/portage.local or whatever)
- tar zxvf
- Version 0.2
- Added Forwards UI
- Added Preferences UI
- Customized version of py-toc now included
- Using QThread instead of Python threads
- Signon errors are now detected and handled correctly
- Pipe windows now act like they're expected to (they are no
- Added keyboard shortcuts for everything
- Version 0.1
Run the program with ./sp.py or python sp.py.
Put an AIM screenname and password in the boxes and click Connect
(preferably a new one that people don't know).
Click on the Pipe tab and enter 2 screennames, click Add.
Put a message in the window that pops up, and send it to one or both of
Watch the fun ensue:)
By default, you can message PySP with another screenname, with the
message "/admin". The default password is "adminme". This
behavior can be changed on the Prefs tab. Once you're an admin,
you can send PySP the message "/help" to see what commands you can run.