hal9000 at netcabo.pt
Thu Feb 19 19:07:21 CST 2004
(01:00) (Hal9000) .match +o-pb
(01:00) (EnfOrcEr) *** Matching '+o-pb':
(01:00) (EnfOrcEr) HANDLE PASS NOTES FLAGS LAST
(01:00) (EnfOrcEr) Hal9000 yes 0 fhjmnoptxLST 00:59 (partyline)
though it has nothing to do with wildmasking, would this be an 'expected'
output? ... i'm not +b but i'm +p!
what i was expecting was something like...
(01:03) (Hal9000) .match +o-pb&&
(01:03) (EnfOrcEr) *** Matching '+o-pb&&':
(01:03) (EnfOrcEr) HANDLE PASS NOTES FLAGS LAST
(01:03) (EnfOrcEr) seg no 0 o 14 Jul (#eggdrop)
(01:04) (Hal9000) .match +o-pb||
(01:04) (EnfOrcEr) *** Matching '+o-pb||':
(01:04) (EnfOrcEr) HANDLE PASS NOTES FLAGS LAST
(01:04) (EnfOrcEr) Hal9000 yes 0 fhjmnoptxLST 00:59 (partyline)
again... it just doesn't care about -pb at all... it gives me the same
output as .match +o !
aka Hal9000 @ irc.PTnet.org
From: eggdev-bounces at eggheads.org [mailto:eggdev-bounces at eggheads.org] On
Behalf Of stdarg
Sent: quinta-feira, 19 de Fevereiro de 2004 7:18
To: Eggdrop Development List
Subject: Re: Eggdev: 1.6.16
I think it's important that wild_match() be tested. I made some changes in
it based on valgrind's output. Places that use wild_match() are:
2. dcc .match command
3. get_user_by_host() is a big one
The main things I changed in the code is more careful checking when the mask
is shorter than what it's matching against, and getting rid of consecutive
*'s. So if anybody has a big userlist with weird hostmasks like
"*??*blah!***@*.blah.c?m" let me know if things act strangely.
--- "Will Buckner (Wcc)" <wcc at techmonkeys.org> wrote:
> How does 1.6.16 rc1 on March 1st sound? I think everything major's
> fixed/etc.. I have to finish up alittle bit of doc stuff, but I think
> 1.6.16's probably ready. Thoughts?
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