[cvslog] Module eggdrop1.7: Change committed

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CVSROOT    : /usr/local/cvsroot
Module     : eggdrop1.7
Commit time: 2001-10-10 15:53:09 UTC
Commited by: tothwolf

Modified files:
     src/mod/assoc.mod/help/assoc.help
     src/mod/channels.mod/help/chaninfo.help
     src/mod/channels.mod/help/channels.help
     src/mod/channels.mod/help/set/channels.help
     src/mod/console.mod/help/console.help
     src/mod/console.mod/help/set/console.help
     src/mod/filesys.mod/help/filesys.help
     src/mod/irc.mod/help/irc.help src/mod/irc.mod/help/set/irc.help
     src/mod/notes.mod/help/notes.help
     src/mod/notes.mod/help/set/notes.help
     src/mod/server.mod/help/server.help
     src/mod/server.mod/help/set/server.help
     src/mod/share.mod/help/share.help

Log message:

more documentation updates from alpha tree

---------------------- diff included ----------------------
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/assoc.mod/help/assoc.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/assoc.mod/help/assoc.help:1.1 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/assoc.mod/help/assoc.help:1.2
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/assoc.mod/help/assoc.help:1.1	Thu Oct 21 14:23:02 1999
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/assoc.mod/help/assoc.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:57 2001
@@ -3,8 +3,8 @@
    This module provides botnet channel naming, see help on the
    %b'.assoc'%b command.
 %{help=assoc}
-###  %bassoc%b 
-   Displays a list of current botnet channel names. 
+###  %bassoc%b
+   Displays a list of current botnet channel names.
 %{+t}
 ###  %bassoc%b <channel #> <name>
    Creates a name for a channel.  The name will propagate across your
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
 ###  %bassoc%b <*channel #> <name>
    Creates a name for a local channel.  These channels are local to
    the bot itself.
- 
+
 ###  %bassoc%b <[*]channel #>
    Wipes out the name for a channel, if there was one.
 %{end}
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/chaninfo.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/chaninfo.help:1.10 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/chaninfo.help:1.11
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/chaninfo.help:1.10	Sun Aug 12 22:05:53 2001
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/chaninfo.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:57 2001
@@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
 %{help=chaninfo}%{+m|m}
 ###  %bchaninfo%b <channel>
-     This lists all the settings for the bot on the given channel. 
+     This lists all the settings for the bot on the given channel.
      It shows any of the following:
-	%bchanmode%b   which modes are enforced on the channel, both + and -
-	           modes can be enforced
-	%bidle-kick%b  kick idle users (non +f's anyway) on the channel after
-	           how many minutes (use 0, or dont-idle-kick to turn this off)
+        %bchanmode%b   which modes are enforced on the channel, both + and -
+                   modes can be enforced
+        %bidle-kick%b  kick idle users (non +f's anyway) on the channel after
+                   how many minutes (use 0, or dont-idle-kick to turn this off)
 %{+m|m}
-	%bstopnethack-mode%b    de-op anyone who enters the channel with server
+        %bstopnethack-mode%b    de-op anyone who enters the channel with server
                        ops
                        0 turn off,
                        1 isoptest (allow serverop if registered op)
@@ -18,8 +18,8 @@
                          if channel +bitch: see stopnethack-mode 1
                        6 if channel -bitch: see stopnethack-mode 2
                          if channel +bitch: see stopnethack-mode 4
-	%brevenge-mode%b      defines how the bot should punish bad users when
-	                  revenging
+        %brevenge-mode%b      defines how the bot should punish bad users when
+                          revenging
                        0 for deop
                        1 for deop and +d
                        2 for deop, +d and kick
@@ -29,36 +29,36 @@
                        x:x x sec delaytime
                        x:y random delay, minimum x sec, maximum y sec
      The following can be set + or - (eg .chanset #channel -enforcebans)
-	%benforcebans%b    kicks people who match channel bans?
-	%bdynamicbans%b    only activate bans on channel when they are needed
-	%buserbans%b       allow other users to place bans on the channel
-	%bdynamicexempts%b only activate exempts on channel when needed?
-	%buserexempts%b    allow exempts to be set by users directly?
-	%bdynamicinvites%b only activate invites on channel when needed?
-	%buserinvites%b    allow invites to be made by users directly?
-	%bautoop%b         automatically op users when they join the channel
-	%bbitch%b          only allow users with the +o flag to be ops on the 
-	               channel
-	%bgreet%b          say a users info line when they join the channel
-	%bprotectops%b     re-op a +o user who gets deopped?
-	%bprotectfriends%b re-op a +f user who gets deopped?
-	%bdontkickops%b    never kick +o flag people
-	%binactive%b        never join this channel, or leave if already
-	                joined.
+        %benforcebans%b    kicks people who match channel bans?
+        %bdynamicbans%b    only activate bans on channel when they are needed
+        %buserbans%b       allow other users to place bans on the channel
+        %bdynamicexempts%b only activate exempts on channel when needed?
+        %buserexempts%b    allow exempts to be set by users directly?
+        %bdynamicinvites%b only activate invites on channel when needed?
+        %buserinvites%b    allow invites to be made by users directly?
+        %bautoop%b         automatically op users when they join the channel
+        %bbitch%b          only allow users with the +o flag to be ops on the
+                       channel
+        %bgreet%b          say a users info line when they join the channel
+        %bprotectops%b     re-op a +o user who gets deopped?
+        %bprotectfriends%b re-op a +f user who gets deopped?
+        %bdontkickops%b    never kick +o flag people
+        %binactive%b        never join this channel, or leave if already
+                        joined.
                        Usefull as you can make the bot leave a channel without
                        loosing it's settings or affecting any sharing.
-	%bstatuslog%b      log the channel status every 5 minutes
-	%bcycle%b          cycle the channel when it becomes op-less
-	%brevenge%b         take revenge on anyone who deops or kicks friends
-	                or ops
-	%brevengebot%b      take revenge on anyone who deops or kicks the bot
-	%bsecret%b          don't provide info about the channel over the
+        %bstatuslog%b      log the channel status every 5 minutes
+        %bcycle%b          cycle the channel when it becomes op-less
+        %brevenge%b         take revenge on anyone who deops or kicks friends
+                        or ops
+        %brevengebot%b      take revenge on anyone who deops or kicks the bot
+        %bsecret%b          don't provide info about the channel over the
                         botnet
-	%bshared%b         share user settings for this channel 
-	                (NOTE: this can be set online now)
-	%bautovoice%b      this causes the bot to also monitor channel voice
-	               settings, using the +v/+q settings.
-	%bnodesynch%b       allow non-ops to perform channel modes? (Stops bot from
+        %bshared%b         share user settings for this channel
+                        (NOTE: this can be set online now)
+        %bautovoice%b      this causes the bot to also monitor channel voice
+                       settings, using the +v/+q settings.
+        %bnodesynch%b       allow non-ops to perform channel modes? (Stops bot from
                    fighting with services such as ChanServ)
      The following are flood settings, they are set by doing
      .chanset <channel> flood-type number:seconds where number and second are
@@ -66,13 +66,13 @@
      be triggered.
           .chanset <channel> flood-type 0:0
      (or 0:1 or 1:0) will deactivate the respective flood setting.
-	%bflood-chan%b  this defines the flood level for public chatter and
-	            actions
-	%bflood-ctcp%b  this defines the flood level for ctcp's to the channel
-	            (include PING & VERSION), except for ACTION's
-	%bflood-join%b  this defines the number of joins from a give user at host
-	            that constituts a flood
-	%bflood-kick%b   how many kicks in the given time are a flood
-	%bflood-deop%b   deops in the given time
+        %bflood-chan%b  this defines the flood level for public chatter and
+                    actions
+        %bflood-ctcp%b  this defines the flood level for ctcp's to the channel
+                    (include PING & VERSION), except for ACTION's
+        %bflood-join%b  this defines the number of joins from a give user at host
+                    that constituts a flood
+        %bflood-kick%b   how many kicks in the given time are a flood
+        %bflood-deop%b   deops in the given time
 %{+n|n}
 See also: %{+n}+chan, -chan,%{+n|n} chansave, chanload, chanset
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/channels.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/channels.help:1.6 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/channels.help:1.7
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/channels.help:1.6	Mon Aug 27 18:33:44 2001
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/channels.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:57 2001
@@ -27,38 +27,38 @@
 See also: invites, -invite, stick, unstick
 %{help=+chan}%{+n}
 ### %b+chan%b <channel>
-     Lets you add another channel to the bot, this cause the bot to 
+     Lets you add another channel to the bot, this cause the bot to
      join the channel, and for you to make changes to it's settings.
      This channel is not permanent unless %b"chanfile"%b has been
      defined in the config file, and is saved everytime the userfile
      is saved, or by using %b'.chansave'%b
-     
+
 See also: +chan, -chan, chanload, chanset, chaninfo
 %{help=+chrec}%{+m|m}
 ###  %b+chrec%b <handle> [channel]
    Adds an empty channel record for the user so that channel lastons and info
    lines can be saved.  No flags are associated with the channel.
-   
+
 See also: chattr
 %{help=-ban}%{+o|o}
 ###  %b-ban%b <hostmask OR number>
    Removes the ban from the list of permanent bans stored on the
    bot -- you may reference the ban by the number shown in '.bans'.
-   
+
 See also: bans, +ban, stick, unstick
 %{help=-exempt}%{+o|o}
 ###  %b-exempt%b <hostmask OR number>
-   Removes the exemption from the list of permanent exempts stored 
+   Removes the exemption from the list of permanent exempts stored
    on the bot -- you may reference the exempt by the number shown in
    '.exempts'.
-   
+
 See also: exempts, +exempt, stick, unstick
 %{help=-invite}%{+o|o}
 ###  %b-invite%b <hostmask OR number>
    Removes the invite from the list of permanent invites stored
    on the bot -- you may reference the ban by the number shown in
    '.invites'.
-   
+
 See also: invites, +invite, stick, unstick
 %{help=-chan}%{+n}
 ### %b-chan%b <channel>
@@ -66,20 +66,20 @@
      made permanent unless a channel-file has been defined in the user
      file, in which case it's saved each time the usefile is, or by using
      .chansave.
-     
+
      %f*** IMPORTANT ***%f
-     
+
      This erases ALL information about the channel, including channel
      settings and channel records for users--%bEVERYTHING%b.
-     
+
      %bDO NOT%b use it to have the bot temporarily leave a channel.  This
      command is for abandoning a channel (e.g. the channel will have
      to be redefined and all user flags for that channel will have to
-     be redone. 
+     be redone.
 
      Even if you don't have chanfile defined, it will still erase
      all the channel records for users on the next userfile save.
-     
+
 See also: +chan, chansave, chanload, chanset, chaninfo
 %{help=-chrec}%{+m|m}
 ###  %b-chrec%b <handle> [channel]
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@
    currently viewing in the console.  Different bans may be active
    on different channels.  If you specify a channel name, that
    channel will be used instead of your current console channel.
-   
+
 See also: -ban, +ban, console, set ban-time, stick, unstick
 %{help=invites}%{+o|o}
 ###  %binvites%b [[channel] wildcard]
@@ -171,13 +171,13 @@
    currently viewing in the console.  Different invites may be active
    on different channels.  If you specify a channel name, that
    channel will be used instead of your current console channel.
-   
+
 See also: -invite, +invite, console, set invite-time, stick, unstick
 %{help=exempts}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bexempts%b [[channel] wildcard]
 ###  %bexempts%b all
-   Shows you a list of the global ban exemptions active on the current 
-   channel, and the list of channel-specific ban exemptions, as well 
+   Shows you a list of the global ban exemptions active on the current
+   channel, and the list of channel-specific ban exemptions, as well
    as any ban exemptions that are on the channel but weren't placed by
    the bot.
 
@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@
    exempted. The "(perm)" means that the ban exemption is "permanent":
    that is, it doesn't automatically expire.  If there is an elapsed time
    showing instead, the time displayed is how long the ban exemption has
-   been active.  Those kind of ban exemptions expire after one hour.  The 
+   been active.  Those kind of ban exemptions expire after one hour.  The
    second line of the ban exemption entry is the comment ("revolving check
    policy" -- it would seem that paulie had to stand in line for a while)
    and who put the ban exemption there (paulie).  The last line shows when
@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@
    will show you every ban exemption in memory (with 'perm-exempts' on,
    these are identical).
 
-   If you use 'exempts <wildcard>' it will list all the ban exemptions 
+   If you use 'exempts <wildcard>' it will list all the ban exemptions
    (active or not) that match against your wildcard.  Consider it a 'exempts
    all' list matched against your wildcard.
 
@@ -215,11 +215,11 @@
    currently viewing in the console.  Different ban exemptions may be active
    on different channels.  If you specify a channel name, that
    channel will be used instead of your current console channel.
-   
+
 See also: -exempt, +exempt, console, set exempt-time, stick, unstick
 %{help=chanload}%{+n|n}
 ###  %bchanload%b
-     Reloads the channel settings from the file defined by the 
+     Reloads the channel settings from the file defined by the
      %b"chanfile"%b setting.  This allows you to return to
      a previous setting if you've really messed things up.
 See also: %{+n}+chan, -chan,%{+N} chanload, chanset, chaninfo
@@ -234,13 +234,13 @@
 ###  %bchansave%b
      Saves the channel settings to the file defined by the %b"chanfile"%b
      setting.  This file is reloaded during rehash and restarting the bot.
-     This allows you to change channel modes without having to edit the 
+     This allows you to change channel modes without having to edit the
      config file every time.
 See also: %{+n}+chan, -chan%{+N} chanload, chanset, chaninfo
 %{help=chinfo}%{+m|m}
 ###  %bchinfo%b <user> [channel] [info-line]
    Sets the information line for a user.  This line is shown via /msg
-   commands %b'who'%b and %b'whois'%b, and if you have set greet on, it is 
+   commands %b'who'%b and %b'whois'%b, and if you have set greet on, it is
    shown when a user joins the channel.  If the info line begins with a
    '@', then it is "locked", and that user may no longer change it.
    If the channel name is omitted, the default info line is changed.
@@ -263,14 +263,14 @@
 %{help=stick}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bstick%b [ban/exempt/invite] <hostmask OR number> [channel]
    makes a ban/exempt/invite "sticky" -- meaning the bot will
-   always try to keep it active on the channel, even if the 
+   always try to keep it active on the channel, even if the
    channel is using dynamic bans.  obviously if the channel isn't
    using dynamic bans, this has no effect.
 see also: bans, exempts, invites, unstick, +ban, +exempt, +invite
 %{help=unstick}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bunstick%b [ban/exempt/invite] <hostmask OR number> [channel]
    turns a "sticky" ban/exempt/invite normal again.
-   
+
 see also: bans, exempts, invites, stick, -ban, -exempt, -invite
 %{help=channels module}%{+n}
 ###  help on the %bchannels module%b
@@ -295,7 +295,7 @@
       %b+chan%b     %b-chan%b
    Tcl variables for configuring the channels module:
      %bshare-greet%b  %buse-info%b    %bban-time%b
-     %bexempt-time%b  %binvite-time%b %bchanfile%b     
+     %bexempt-time%b  %binvite-time%b %bchanfile%b
    (Use %b'.help set <variable>'%b for more info)
 %{help=all}%{+n}
 ###  commands for the %bchannels module%b
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/set/channels.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/set/channels.help:1.2 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/set/channels.help:1.3
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/set/channels.help:1.2	Mon Nov 20 23:18:05 2000
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/channels.mod/help/set/channels.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:57 2001
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
 %{help=set chanfile}
 %{+n}
 ###  %bset chanfile%b
-   this sets the file used to store dynamic channel information 
+   this sets the file used to store dynamic channel information
    for the bot.  it can only be set in the config file.
 %{help=set quiet-save}
 %{+n}
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/console.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/console.help:1.1 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/console.help:1.2
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/console.help:1.1	Thu Oct 21 14:23:03 1999
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/console.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:58 2001
@@ -8,12 +8,12 @@
    The following tcl variables are avaliable for setting up the
    console module: (%b'.help set <variable>'%b for more info)
      %bconsole-autosave%b   %bforce-channel%b
-     %binfo-party%b         
+     %binfo-party%b
 %{help=store}
 ###  %bstore%b
    Stores you console settings so that they are set automatically
    next time you join the party line.
-   
+
 See Also: set console-autosave
 %{help=all}
 ###  commands for the %bconsole module%b
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/set/console.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/set/console.help:1.1 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/set/console.help:1.2
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/set/console.help:1.1	Thu Oct 21 14:23:03 1999
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/console.mod/help/set/console.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:58 2001
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
 ###  %bset console-autosave%b 0/1
    When this flag is set, a users console settings are automatically
    saved for the next time the user joins the party line.
-   
+
 See Also: store
 %{help=set force-channel}%{+n}
 ###  %bset force-channel%b <chan#>
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/filesys.mod/help/filesys.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/filesys.mod/help/filesys.help:1.3 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/filesys.mod/help/filesys.help:1.4
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/filesys.mod/help/filesys.help:1.3	Mon Jan 31 16:49:07 2000
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/filesys.mod/help/filesys.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:58 2001
@@ -7,18 +7,18 @@
 ###  %bcancel%b <file(s)>
    tells the bot to stop sending a file that is pending (either
    queued, waiting, or in the process of being transferred).
-   
+
 see also: pending
-%{help=filesys/cd}%{+x}   
+%{help=filesys/cd}%{+x}
 ###  %bcd%b <directory>
    changes your current directory if possible.  this works exactly
    like the unix command.
-   
+
 see also: pwd
 %{help=filesys/cp}%{+j}
 ###  %bcp%b <source> <dest>
    copies a file or group of files from one place to another.
-   
+
 see also: mv
 %{help=filesys/desc}%{+x}
 ###  %bdesc%b <file> <description>
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@
    simultaneously, so if you go over this limit, the remainder of
    your file requests will be queued.  as the first files finish
    transferring, the queued files will be sent.
-   
+
 see also: pending, cancel
 %{help=filesys/help}%{+x}
 %B file system commands:   (wildcard expressions are allowed)
@@ -86,7 +86,7 @@
 ###  %bhide%b <file(s)>
    marks a file as hidden, so that normal users can't see it.
    only a master or file janitor using %b'lsa'%b can see hidden files.
-   
+
 see also: unhide, lsa
 %{help=filesys/ln}%{+j}
 ###  %bln%b <bot:filepath> <localfile>
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@
    file until that bot connects again.  the local filename can be
    anything you want.
    example:  ln Snowbot:/gifs/uglyman.gif ugly.gif
-   
+
 see also: share, unshare, get
 %{help=filesys/ls}%{+x}
 ###  %bls%b [filemask]
@@ -107,14 +107,14 @@
    tion of the file exists, it is displayed below the filename.  you
    can restrict the file listing by specifying a mask, just like in
    unix.
-   
+
 see also: cd, pwd, get
 %{help=filesys/lsa}%{+j}
 ###  %blsa%b [filemask]
    works just like ls, but hidden files are displayed too.
    hidden files are displayed with a "(hid)" next to them, and
    shared files are displayed with a "(shr)" next to them.
-   
+
 see also: hide, share
 %{help=filesys/mkdir}%{+j}
 ###  %bmkdir%b <dir> [flags [channel]]
@@ -123,13 +123,13 @@
    even see the directory.  you can even specify a channel that the
    flags are matched against. you can use the %b'mkdir'%b command again
    to alter or remove those flags.
-   
+
 see also: rmdir
 %{help=filesys/mv}%{+j}
 ###  %bmv%b <source> <dest>
    moves a file or group of files from one place to another.  (it
    can also be used to rename files.)
-   
+
 see also: cp
 %{help=filesys/pending}%{+x}
 ###  %bpending%b
@@ -138,12 +138,12 @@
    it shows you the nickname on IRC that the file is being sent
    to, and, if the transfer is in progress, tells you how far
    along the transfer is.
-   
+
 see also: cancel
 %{help=filesys/pwd}%{+x}
 ###  %bpwd%b
    tells you what your current directory is.
-   
+
 see also: cd
 %{help=filesys/quit}%{+x}
 ###  %bquit%b
@@ -154,14 +154,14 @@
 %{help=filesys/rmdir}%{+j}
 ###  %brmdir%b <dir>
    removes an existing directory, if there are no files in it.
-   
+
 see also: mkdir
 %{help=filesys/share}%{+j}
 ###  %bshare%b <file(s)>
    marks a file as shared.  this means that other bots can get
    the file remotely for users on their file systems.  by default,
    files are marked as unshared.
-   
+
 see also: unshare, lsa, ln
 %{help=filesys/optimise}%{+j}
 ###  %boptimise%b
@@ -176,12 +176,12 @@
 %{help=filesys/unhide}%{+j}
 ###  %bunhide%b <file(s)>
    makes a file be not hidden any more.
-   
+
 see also: hide, lsa
 %{help=filesys/unshare}%{+j}
 ###  %bunshare%b <file(s)>
    removes the shared tag from a file.
-   
+
 see also: share, lsa, ln
 %{help=filesys module}%{+x}
 ### commands for the %bfilesys module%b
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/irc.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/irc.help:1.2 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/irc.help:1.3
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/irc.help:1.2	Fri Feb 18 16:27:53 2000
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/irc.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:58 2001
@@ -14,14 +14,14 @@
 
    If you want to add a user using a static hostmask, prefix their nick
    with a '!'. ie .adduser !Lamer
-   
+
 see also: +host, -host, +user, -user
 %{help=deluser}%{+m|m}
 ###  %bdeluser%b <nickname>
    deletes a user record for a user on the channel, using their
    current hostname.  Channel masters can remove users so long as
    the user isn't a bot master.
-   
+
 see also: adduser, +user, -user
 %{help=reset}%{+m}
 ###  %breset%b [channel]
@@ -33,16 +33,16 @@
    the channel name to make it reset ALL channels.
 %{help=resetbans}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bresetbans%b [channel]
-   resets the bot's ban list for the channel. any bans on the channel 
+   resets the bot's ban list for the channel. any bans on the channel
    that aren't in the ban list (either the global list or the local
    channel ban list) will be removed, and if there are any bans in the
    global ban list or channel ban list that are not currently on the
    channel, they will be added.
-   
+
 see also: bans, reset, console
 %{help=resetexempts}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bresetexempts%b [channel]
-   resets the bot's exemption list for the channel. this command 
+   resets the bot's exemption list for the channel. this command
    behaves exactly like resetbans, except it is for exempts.
 
 See also: resetbans, resetinvites
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@
    Performs an action on the current console channel (or otherwise
    specified channel), as if the bot did it.  Just like the /me
    command in IRC.
-   
+
 See also: console
 %{help=channel}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bchannel%b [channel-name]
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
    the current channel attributes.  By default, it shows you the
    channel you are currently viewing on the console, but you can
    specify another channel if you wish.
- 
+
    The first line will look like:
       Channel #hiya, 8 members, 45 users, mode +tn:
    This means that the bot is sitting on channel #hiya, where 8
@@ -85,7 +85,7 @@
       m - bot master or owner            f - channel friend
       b - another bot                    d - cannot get ops (+d)
    The last field is the user at host he is using irc from.
-   
+
 See also: status, whois
 %{help=voice}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bvoice%b <nickname> [channel]
@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@
    will remove chanop from the person you specify, so long as the
    bot is opped on that channel, and the person you specify isn't
    on the bot's list of authorized chanops.
-   
+
 see also: op, console
 %{help=invite}%{+o|o}
 ###  %binvite%b <nickname> [channel]
@@ -117,9 +117,9 @@
 %{help=kick}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bkick%b [channel] <nickname> [reason]
    will kick a user off your current console channel (or specified
-   other channel) with the comment given.  if you omit the reason, 
+   other channel) with the comment given.  if you omit the reason,
    the default kick comment is "requested".
-   
+
 see also: kickban, console
 %{help=kickban}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bkickban%b [channel] [-|@]<nickname> [comment]
@@ -140,11 +140,11 @@
         .kickban @nick *!*@host.name.domain
 
         with a host of nick!~ident at host.name.domain (strict-host set to 1)
-        
+
         command        banmask
         .kickban nick  *!*ident@*.name.domain
         .kickban -nick *!*ident at host.name.domain
-  
+
 see also: +ban, bans, stick
 %{help=msg}%{+o}
 ###  %bmsg%b <nickname> <text>
@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@
    will grant chanop to the person you specify, so long as the bot
    is opped on that channel, and the person you specify isn't being
    actively deopped by the bot.
-   
+
 see also: deop, console
 %{help=say}%{+o|o}
 ###  %bsay%b [channel] <text>
@@ -165,7 +165,7 @@
 ###  %btopic%b <text>
    changes the channel's topic, assuming the bot is a chanop or the
    channel is not +t (uses your current console channel).
-   
+
 see also: console
 %{help=irc module}%{+o|o}
 ###  help on the %birc module%b
@@ -177,7 +177,7 @@
        %bresetexempts%b       %bresetinvites%b
 %{+o}
      for global ops:
-       %bmsg%b 
+       %bmsg%b
 %{+m|m}
      for channel masters:
        %badduser%b   %bdeluser%b
@@ -202,7 +202,7 @@
     %bresetexempts%b       %bresetinvites%b
 %{+o}
   for global ops:
-    %bmsg%b 
+    %bmsg%b
 %{+m|m}
   for channel masters:
     %badduser%b   %bdeluser%b
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/set/irc.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/set/irc.help:1.1 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/set/irc.help:1.2
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/set/irc.help:1.1	Thu Oct 21 14:23:07 1999
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/irc.mod/help/set/irc.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:58 2001
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@
    considering a split user as gone for good.
 %{help=set wait-info}%{+n}
 ### %bset wait-info%b <#>
-   allows you to set the number of seconds to wait before 
+   allows you to set the number of seconds to wait before
    redisplaying a users info line when they join the channel
    (only relevant if %buse-info%b is 1).
 %{help=set modes-per-line}%{+n}
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
    do you want the bot to reverse all server modes?
 %{help=set max-bans}%{+n}
 ### %bset max-bans%b <#>
-   if there are more than max-bans active bans on a channel, then   
+   if there are more than max-bans active bans on a channel, then
    the bot won't try to put more bans. thus it won't flood the irc
    server.
 %{help=set max-exempts}%{+n}
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
 %{help=set kick-bogus}%{+n}
 ### %bset kick-bogus%b 0/1
    do you want the bot to kick bogus usernames?
-%{help=set kick-bogus}%{+n}  
+%{help=set kick-bogus}%{+n}
 ### %bset kick-bogus%b 0/1
    do you want the bot to kick for ctcp avalanches to a channel?
    remember that if it does, as it won't ban them, it can be at the
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/notes.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/notes.help:1.1 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/notes.help:1.2
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/notes.help:1.1	Thu Oct 21 14:23:08 1999
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/notes.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:58 2001
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
 ###  %bnotes erase%b <# or ALL>
    lets you manipulate notes that have been stored up for you while
    you were gone.  %b'notes index'%b gives a listing of all the notes
-   stored up: who they are from, and when they were left.  
+   stored up: who they are from, and when they were left.
    %b'notes read'%b lets you read some or all notes, according to a
    list of numbers and/or intervals separated by semicolon.
    and %b'notes erase'%b erases notes after you are done with them.
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
 %{help=notes module}
 ###  help on the %bnotes modules%b
    This module provides the means for storing & retrieving notes
-   at a later stage. 
+   at a later stage.
    Commands:
       %bnotes%b%{+m}  %bfwd%b%{-}
    (use %b'.help notes'%b for more info)
@@ -64,6 +64,6 @@
    you join the channel, and have notes stored for you on the bot,
    it will tell you.  to send a note to someone on a different bot,
    use "nick at bot" for the nickname.
-   
+
 see also: whom, notes, noteigns
 
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/set/notes.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/set/notes.help:1.1 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/set/notes.help:1.2
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/set/notes.help:1.1	Thu Oct 21 14:23:08 1999
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/notes.mod/help/set/notes.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:59 2001
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@
    for the user.
 %{help=set allow-fwd}%{+n}
 ###  %bset allow-fwd%b 0/1
-   This setting determines if note forwarding is permitted. If a 
+   This setting determines if note forwarding is permitted. If a
    note is about to be stored (since the user is note currently
    online) and they have a forwarding setting and this value is
    1 the note will be forwarded to the appropriate user.
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/server.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/server.help:1.2 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/server.help:1.3
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/server.help:1.2	Mon Sep 18 15:02:42 2000
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/server.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:59 2001
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
 ###  %bdump%b <text>
    dumps the text to the server.  keep in mind that this bot doesn't
    run through ircII, so ircII commands will most likely not work this
-   way.  they need to be raw irc codes. read rfc1459 from ftp.internic.net 
+   way.  they need to be raw irc codes. read rfc1459 from ftp.internic.net
    for more help.
 %{help=jump}%{+m}
 ###  %bjump%b [server [port [pass]]]
@@ -27,12 +27,12 @@
 ###  help on the %bserver module%b
    This module provides all that's need to get a bot on a server and
    sitting there, it provides server connection, raw irc, private
-   message/notice/ctcp handling. 
+   message/notice/ctcp handling.
    Command(s) avalible: (use %b'.help <command>'%b for more info)
       %bservers%b  %{+m}%bjump%b  %bdump%b
 %{+n}
    There is also a list of tcl settings avalible,
-   use %b'.help server settings'%b   
+   use %b'.help server settings'%b
 %{help=all}%{+o|o}
 ###  commands for the %bserver module%b
   %bservers%b  %{+m}%bjump%b  %bdump%b
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/set/server.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/set/server.help:1.4 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/set/server.help:1.5
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/set/server.help:1.4	Sun Aug 12 22:58:30 2001
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/server.mod/help/set/server.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:59 2001
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
    (in 'nick') is in use.  if the alternate nickname is also in
    use, or is blank, the bot will try sticking digits at the end
    of the preferred nick until it gets one that works.
-   
+
 see also: set nick, set botnet-nick
 %{help=set realname}%{+n}
 ###  %bset realname%b <text>
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
    one's user at host.  it can be anything you want, but IRC sets
    a maximum length so it might get cut off if you set it too
    long.
-   
+
 see also: set username
 %{help=set botnick}%{+n}
 ###  %bset botnick%b
@@ -50,11 +50,11 @@
    it is forced to change nicks.  if this is on, and you change the bot's
    nick on irc through a TCL script or the %b'.dump'%b command, then the bot
    will change back to its intended nick within 60 seconds.
-   
+
 see also: set nick, set altnick
 %{help=set strict-servernames}%{+n}
 ###  %bset strict-servernames%b <0/1>
-   Some irc servers have different names on the IRC network to 
+   Some irc servers have different names on the IRC network to
    what you use to connect, and this name may not resolve,
    hence the bot no-longer changes the server name to reflect this
    (it does record it however), enabling this setting will cause
@@ -68,11 +68,11 @@
 %{help=set serverror-quit}%{+n}
 ###  %bset serverror-quit%b 0/1
    Enabling this will cause the bot to assume that an ERROR message
-   from the server indicates it's about to drop the connection, 
+   from the server indicates it's about to drop the connection,
    and so the bot closes the server connection immediately.
 %{help=set quiet-reject}%{+n}
 ###  %bset quiet-reject%b 0/1
-   Some of the message & ctcp commands return negative messages to 
+   Some of the message & ctcp commands return negative messages to
    unknown users, whilst this is polite & usefull, it's also a
    possible detection method, enabling this will cause the bot
    to only send positive responses to know users.
@@ -94,36 +94,36 @@
    This sets the number of seconds to wait between successive server
    connects, this can be used to prevent the throttling problems
    with ircu & ocnnecting to quickly.
-%{help=set default-port}%{+n}   
+%{help=set default-port}%{+n}
 ###  %bset default-port%b <#>
    sets the default port the bot tries to connect to when there
    is not port specified in the server list.
 %{help=set nick}%{+n}
 ###  %bset nick%b <nickname>
    specifies the bot's default nickname to use on IRC and on
-   the botnet, unless botnet-nick is set differently.  
-   
+   the botnet, unless botnet-nick is set differently.
+
 see also: set altnick, set botnet-nick
 %{help=set flood-ctcp}%{+n}
 ###  %bset flood-ctcp%b <#ctcps>[:<#seconds>]
    specifies the flood threshold for CTCP queries (to the bot).
-   if the same host dumps more than this many CTCPs to the bot 
+   if the same host dumps more than this many CTCPs to the bot
    within 60 seconds, they will be placed on automatic ignore.
    you can also specify the number of seconds to scan by adding
    that after a colon (:).  if you set the number of ctcps to 0,
    you disable ctcp flood protection (including avalanche flood
    protection).
-   
+
 see also: set flood-msg
 %{help=set flood-msg}%{+n}
 ###  %bset flood-msg%b <#msgs>[:<#seconds>]
-   specifies the flood threshold for /MSG's. if the same host 
+   specifies the flood threshold for /MSG's. if the same host
    dumps more than this many /MSG's to the bot within 60 seconds,
    it is considered a flood and that host is put on automatic
    ignore.  you can change the scanning time from 60 seconds by
    specifying the number of seconds after a colon (:).  setting
    the # of msgs to 0 turns off msg flood protection.
-  
+
    examples:
      set flood-msg 10
        (10 msgs in 60 seconds is a flood)
@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@
        (5 msgs in 15 seconds is a flood)
      set flood-msg 0
        (turns off msg flood protection)
-       
+
 see also: set flood-ctcp
 %{help=set servers}%{+n}
 ###  %bset servers%b <server-list>
@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@
       }
    note that if you omit the port, it will assume the value of the
    %bdefault-port%b setting.
-   
+
 see also: default-port
 %{help=set botname}%{+n}
 ###  %bset botname%b
Index: eggdrop1.7/src/mod/share.mod/help/share.help
diff -u eggdrop1.7/src/mod/share.mod/help/share.help:1.2 eggdrop1.7/src/mod/share.mod/help/share.help:1.3
--- eggdrop1.7/src/mod/share.mod/help/share.help:1.2	Tue Mar 21 18:33:57 2000
+++ eggdrop1.7/src/mod/share.mod/help/share.help	Wed Oct 10 10:52:59 2001
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
    clears the resync buffer for a share-bot.  this is useful if you
    want to start over with a userfile transfer: you can unlink the
    sharebots, flush the resync buffer, and relink.
-   
+
 see also: link, chattr, unlink
 %{help=set allow-resync}%{+n}
 ###  %bset allow-resync%b 0/1
@@ -12,29 +12,29 @@
    that occur for %bresync-time%b seconds and send only these when
    the sharebot reconnects, this has been know to be a bit unreliable
    in the past, hence the option.
-   
+
 see also: set resync-time
 %{help=set resync-time}%{+n}
 ###  %bset resync-time%b <#>
    This sets the number of seconds to store resync information for
    a sharebot before it's assumed to be dead & buried, and therefore
    the userfile needs to be re-sent.
-   
+
 see also: set allow-resync
 %{help=set private-global}%{+n}
 ###  %bset private-global%b 0/1
    If you are sharing userfiles with someone else, and you don't
-   want %bany%b global flags on the other bots propogated to your bot, 
+   want %bany%b global flags on the other bots propogated to your bot,
    set this.  It overrides the setting of private-globals.
-   
+
 see also: set private-globals
 %{help=set private-globals}%{+n}
 ###  %bset private-globals%b [flags]
    If you are sharing userfiles with someone else, and you don't
-   want various global flags on the other bots propogated to your bot, 
+   want various global flags on the other bots propogated to your bot,
    set this to the global flags you would like to remain unaffected.
-   The setting of private-global will override this.   
-   
+   The setting of private-global will override this.
+
 see also: set private-global
 %{help=share module}%{+n}
 ###  help on the %bshare module%b
@@ -52,12 +52,12 @@
    First you need to decide 2 things:
      (1) which bot will be 'active' and which 'passive',
          the passive bot's userfile WILL GET OVERWRITTEN
-	 so choose carefully.
-	 We shall call the ACTIVE bot A, the PASSIVE bot B
+         so choose carefully.
+         We shall call the ACTIVE bot A, the PASSIVE bot B
      (2) which channels you want to share between the 2 bots.
          Only the channels you choose to share will have their
-	 info shared, ALL global info will be shared.
-	 
+         info shared, ALL global info will be shared.
+
    Steps:
      (1) Do for each of the channels you want to share a
          .chanset #channel +shared
@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@
      (3) for each channel you want shared between the two,
            on A type: '.botattr B |+s #channel'
            on B type: '.botattr A |+s #channel'
-     (4) link them together, they should start sharing immediately	   
+     (4) link them together, they should start sharing immediately
 %{help=all}%{+n}
 ###  commands for the %bshare module%b
   %bflush%b
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