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brot, 12/08/2009 10:37 AM
Quassel saves all logs into the database, it never forgets backlogs unless you delete a buffer. You can either scroll back in chat windows as far as you like, or you can use a tool to dump or view the logs in plaintext format.
this tool (written in Python) dumps quassel logs to a file. Currently it exports mIRC format.
You can get it at
it is rather self-explanatory, telling you if something went wrong. you can run it with
default database path (ok for most unixes)
python dumplog.py -u username -n network -c "#channel" -o channel.log
custom database path (Windows etc.)
python dumplog.py -d "C:\Quassel\quassel-storage.sqlite"
show users in quasseldbpython dumplog.py
show networks for quassel user johnpython dumplog.py -u john
show channels for network Freenode for user johnpython dumplog.py -u john -n Freenode
dump channel #quassel on network Freenode for user john to file quassel.logpython dumplog.py -u john -n Freenode -c "#quassel" -o quassel.log
Limitations / Known Issues
dumplog currently only handles sqlite databases, postgres shouldn't be too hard if requested though.
nasty charset conversion takes place, gonna be fixed soon
topics will only be properly parsed with English logs, need to talk with Sput/EgS about that ;P
this tool is not maintained by quassel staff, contact Gentle on Freenode for bugs or feature requests
A webbased Quassel-Search-Engine for Quassel IRC
Snapshots and git version tracker can be found here: http://source.minad.de/?tracker=true&dir=sources/m4yer/quasselsuche/
this tool is not maintained by quassel staff, contact m4yer on Freenode for bugs or feature requests