Eggheads: Delaying the 1.6.8 release till tomorrow

Jeff Fisher guppy at techmonkeys.org
Tue Jan 1 13:10:08 CST 2002


Hey folks, I'm delaying the release until tomorrow .. for a couple of
reasons.

Segfault is upgrading a few things on eggheads.org today because it is one
of the few days he has time so that is the major reason and also, a bug was
discovered with private-globals and I want to take some time and look over
the fix and also get 1.6.8 done properly.

See ya tomorrow
Jeff



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.tcl proc test {f f f} {return 0}
.tcl bind raw - privmsg test

/msg bot hi, test

  it is supposed to display in the console...
  [paultwang!user.. at host..] hi, test
  but it did not... it remains silent...
  all msg commands are useless... until I unbind.

Eggdrop version 1.6.6 with tcl 8.3.3
No bugfix on such thing is found in 1.6.7, so I didn't test it there.

What is wrong!?


 
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Date: Tue Jan  1 21:07:00 2002
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I dunno about the bind raw, but...
try "bind msg" or "bind msgm"


At 08:09 PM 1/1/2002 -0600, you wrote:

>.tcl proc test {f f f} {return 0}
>.tcl bind raw - privmsg test
>
>/msg bot hi, test
>
>   it is supposed to display in the console...
>   [paultwang!user.. at host..] hi, test
>   but it did not... it remains silent...
>   all msg commands are useless... until I unbind.
>
>Eggdrop version 1.6.6 with tcl 8.3.3
>No bugfix on such thing is found in 1.6.7, so I didn't test it there.
>
>What is wrong!?
>
>
>
>- paultwang -
>PGP: 0x2670EA0E
>



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1/2/02 2:09:49 AM, Paul T Wang <eggdrop at paultwang.com> wrote:

>
>.tcl proc test {f f f} {return 0}
>.tcl bind raw - privmsg test
>
>/msg bot hi, test
>
>  it is supposed to display in the console...
>  [paultwang!user.. at host..] hi, test
>  but it did not... it remains silent...
>  all msg commands are useless... until I unbind.
>
>Eggdrop version 1.6.6 with tcl 8.3.3
>No bugfix on such thing is found in 1.6.7, so I didn't test it there.
>
>What is wrong!?
>
>
> 
>- paultwang -
>PGP: 0x2670EA0E
> 
>
>

If it started off silent, and remains silent with that script, then it's ntohing to do with a bug, rather that you do not 
have the correct flags in your console.

do a ".help console" for help on this.



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Hi James, and everyone...

Sorry to hear that.

alcoholic

ps. mine is to stop... erm... drink less...

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> Hey guys....
>
> After being gone for a bit of time, I am now back to the list.  I have
been
> gone for some time due to personal problems, and a major tragedy in my
> family.  My mother passed away about a month ago.
>
> It's a little late to say Merry Christmas to everyone, but I will say I
> hope everyone has a great New Year.
>
> Out of curiosity, what is everyone's resolutions this year?  Mine is to
> quit smoking.
>
>
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Sorry... couldn't send e-mail to any of the eggheads lists earlier; seeing
if it  works now.

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Well, the time has come for everyone to take a moment to look back and
wonder.  What happened to 2001?  To a lot of us, it seems like the year
2001 just started, and all of a sudden, it was gone.  To others, it seems
like 2001 lasted for an eternity.

Many of us experience many new and unusual things every day of our life.
For some, this can be finding true love, losing someone you love, finding
new work, or even moving.  For some these things can be quite wonderful,
yet for others, quite depressing.

Let us sit back for a few minutes, and recap all that has happened to all
of us during the year 2001.  We got a new President.  We had the September
11th attack.  We had birthdays.  We had births.  And we had deaths.

And of course, we have eggdrop :)  Eggdrop has come a long way since I
first got involved with the eggdrop project earlier in this year.
Granted, I have been using Eggdrop for nearly 2 years, but it has only
been in the past year that I really started to get involved with the
project.  Up until a year ago, I knew nothing sbout the actual programming
aspect surrounding Eggdrop.  Now, everyone I know on IRC is requesting my
assistance.

I think that the Eggdrop Project is one of the most intriguing and amusing
development projects that I have had the privelege to work on.  And I
would like to see Eggdrop Development progress further as we continue into
the New Year.

We recently had the release of Eggdrop 1.6.8, which IMHO has been the best
release to date.  I know there are some of you who still prefer the older
1.3.x branch, and even some of you who prefer the 1.1.x branch.  Well, you
guys (and gals) suck....just kidding. :)

I just want to say to everyone,  keep up the good work.  And may we
continue to do our best, each and every one of us.

James Jennison
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Oblique Systems, LLC
KOBL Radio
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> >.tcl proc test {f f f} {return 0}
> >.tcl bind raw - privmsg test
> >
> >/msg bot hi, test
> >
> >   it is supposed to display in the console...
> >   [paultwang!user.. at host..] hi, test
> >   but it did not... it remains silent...
> >   all msg commands are useless... until I unbind.
> >
> >Eggdrop version 1.6.6 with tcl 8.3.3
> >No bugfix on such thing is found in 1.6.7, so I didn't test it there.
> >
> >What is wrong!?

Addendum:
Console settings are correct. * mkcobxs
I tested it in 2 eggdrops, v 1.6.6

> Message: 4
> Date: Tue, 01 Jan 2002 21:06:01 -0600
> To: eggheads at eggheads.org
> From: "Dave C." <davec at autobahn.mb.ca>
> Subject: Re: Eggheads: bind raw problem
> Reply-To: eggheads at eggheads.org
>
> I dunno about the bind raw, but...
> try "bind msg" or "bind msgm"

No, I need to detect CTCP masks, which there is no such binding.
bind ctcp detects exact keywords only.
bind raw is the only choice


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> Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2002 03:22:54 -0000
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> Subject: Re: Eggheads: bind raw problem
> Reply-To: eggheads at eggheads.org

> If it started off silent, and remains silent with that script, then it's
ntohing to do with a bug, rather that you do not
> have the correct flags in your console.
>
> do a ".help console" for help on this.

console is correct. Before I bind it, I receive msgs as usual.
After bind raw, the bot will *not* process any privmsg commands, such as dcc
chat, msg op, ...




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[14:29] Malformed text line in ./language/core.french.lang at 265.

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In a message dated 1/2/2002 11:15:20 Pacific Standard Time, 
eggdrop at paultwang.com writes:


> console is correct. Before I bind it, I receive msgs as usual.
> After bind raw, the bot will *not* process any privmsg commands, such as dcc
> chat, msg op, ...

Any time you read off a BIND RAW, you =MUST= end with a "return 0" or your 
bot will not process anything else.

from doc/tcl-commands.doc: [BIND]

  (17) RAW   (stackable)
       bind raw <flags> <keyword-mask> <proc>
       procname <from> <keyword> <arg...>

       previous versions of eggdrop required a special compile option to
       enable this binding, but it's now standard; the mask is checked
       against the keyword (either a numeric like "368" or a keyword like
       "PRIVMSG"); from will be the server name or the source user (depending
       on the keyword); flags are ignored; the order of the arguments is
       identical to the order that the IRC server sends to the bot -- the
       pre-processing only splits it apart enough to determine the keyword;
       if the proc returns 1, eggdrop will not process the line any further
       (THIS COULD CAUSE YOUR BOT TO BEHAVE ODDLY IN SOME CASES)

~ Domino Rose-Mystagic

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<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT  SIZE=2 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Verdana" LANG="0">In a message dated 1/2/2002 11:15:20 Pacific Standard Time, eggdrop at paultwang.com writes:
<BR>
<BR></FONT><FONT  COLOR="#000000" SIZE=2 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0">
<BR><BLOCKQUOTE TYPE=CITE style="BORDER-LEFT: #0000ff 2px solid; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-RIGHT: 0px; PADDING-LEFT: 5px">console is correct. Before I bind it, I receive msgs as usual.
<BR>After bind raw, the bot will *not* process any privmsg commands, such as dcc
<BR>chat, msg op, ...</FONT><FONT  COLOR="#000000" SIZE=3 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Arial" LANG="0"></BLOCKQUOTE>
<BR></FONT><FONT  COLOR="#000000" SIZE=2 FAMILY="SANSSERIF" FACE="Verdana" LANG="0">
<BR>Any time you read off a BIND RAW, you =MUST= end with a "return 0" or your bot will not process anything else.
<BR>
<BR>from doc/tcl-commands.doc: [BIND]
<BR>
<BR> &nbsp;(17) RAW &nbsp;&nbsp;(stackable)
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;bind raw &lt;flags&gt; &lt;keyword-mask&gt; &lt;proc&gt;
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;procname &lt;from&gt; &lt;keyword&gt; &lt;arg...&gt;
<BR>
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;previous versions of eggdrop required a special compile option to
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;enable this binding, but it's now standard; the mask is checked
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;against the keyword (either a numeric like "368" or a keyword like
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;"PRIVMSG"); from will be the server name or the source user (depending
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;on the keyword); flags are ignored; the order of the arguments is
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;identical to the order that the IRC server sends to the bot -- the
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;pre-processing only splits it apart enough to determine the keyword;
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;if the proc returns 1, eggdrop will not process the line any further
<BR> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(THIS COULD CAUSE YOUR BOT TO BEHAVE ODDLY IN SOME CASES)
<BR>
<BR>~ Domino Rose-Mystagic</FONT></HTML>

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1/2/02 9:11:49 PM, MaiDomino at aol.com wrote:

>
>
>  From:   MaiDomino at aol.com
>  Subject:Re: Eggheads: Re: bind raw problem...
>
>  To:     eggheads at eggheads.org
>  Date:   Wed, 2 Jan 2002 16:11:49 EST
>  In a message dated 1/2/2002 11:15:20 Pacific Standard Time,
>  eggdrop at paultwang.com writes: 
>  Any time you read off a BIND RAW, you =MUST= end with a "return 0" or your
>
>  bot will not process anything else. 
>
>  from doc/tcl-commands.doc: [BIND] 

.tcl proc test {f f f} {return 0}
.tcl bind raw - privmsg test

Note that he has used "return 0"

>
>  ~ Domino Rose-Mystagic

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Hey all,

Sorry about not releasing yesterday but we needed to get a few final
documentation updates into the CVS (Wcc did a great job this release of
reworking the documents and making sure the html docs were in sync with the
text ones). This release has a large number of small fixes over 1.6.7 -- so
it is not required that you upgrade but I encourage people to still upgrade
when they have a chance. The UPDATES1.6 can tell you about all the changes
in this release, but here are a few key ones:

    - various tcl commands have been modified and/or improved for speed,
this includes:
        - hand2nick (_much_ faster when converting handles to nicknames)
        - nick2hand (_much_ faster when converting nicknames to handles)
        - handonchan (_much_ faster when checking if a handle is on a
channel)
        - chanlist (_much_ faster when used to match channel flags)
        - pushmode (can be used for any type of mode now)
        - botisop, botonchan, isop, isvoice, etc .. take a channel as an
optional argument now
        - traffic (can be used to get information like the .traffic command
contains)
        - jump (long servernames wont crash the bot anymore)
        - boot (when used remotely without a reason doesn't screw up the
partyline output anymore)

    - max-modes and max-bans are now set when using net-type (Dalnet people
should enjoy this)
    - eggdrop retrieves channel keys on the Undernet (should be compatiable
with other networks using the same key hiding method as well) again when it
recieves ops
    - channel flags shouldn't be lost anymore when allow-resync is turned on
    - tons of documenation updates and various cosmetic fixes
    - the bug with the notes module was fixed (1.6.7 introduced the bug)
    - plus many more...

    Here are the urls:

    ftp://ftp.eggheads.org/pub/eggdrop/source/1.6/eggdrop1.6.8.tar.gz
    ftp://ftp.eggheads.org/pub/eggdrop/source/1.6/eggdrop1.6.8.tar.gz.sig

    MD5sums
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    The updates file is at
ftp://ftp.eggheads.org/pub/eggdrop/UPDATES/1.6/UPDATES1.6.8

    As usual a patch to upgrade 1.6.8 is in
ftp://ftp.eggheads.org/pub/eggdrop/patches/official/1.6

Enjoy, I got school in the morning so I'm off to bed.
Jeff

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> The UPDATES1.6 can tell you about all the changes
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Forgot to mention something important ..

on *BSD you might notice some problems with ./configure saying the operation
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Greetings,

   we have a need in our botnet to create a tcl binding that activates in
case timeban expires. I have gone thru documentation, but I haven't found
anything relevant. Therefore I believe it is impossible with current eggdrop
sources... Or am I wrong and someone has a solution? 

   If there is no solution now, would it be possible to add such feature
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Hello Jan,

Wednesday, January 02, 2002, 1:19:55 PM, you wrote:

>    we have a need in our botnet to create a tcl binding that activates in
> case timeban expires. I have gone thru documentation, but I haven't found
> anything relevant. Therefore I believe it is impossible with current eggdrop
> sources... Or am I wrong and someone has a solution? 
>    If there is no solution now, would it be possible to add such feature
> into eggdrop? 

AFAIK there is no such feature, I guess nobody needed something like that yet.
I don't think is possible to detect it in TCL without changing source code of eggdrop.

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Hello,

As it seems from 1.6.8 configuration,
There is a problem with set check-mode-r 0 on net-type 1 (IRCnet).

### SERVER MODULE - OTHER NETWORKS (net-type 5) ###

# This settings defines how umode +r is understood by eggdrop. Some
# networks use +r to indicate a restricted connection. If this is your
# case, and you want your bot to leave restricted servers and jump to
# the next server on its list, then set it to 1.
set check-mode-r 0

When eggdrop runs as net-type 1, and set check-mode-r 0, and eggdrop is 
restricted,
Eggdrop disconnects from the server with the message:
someserver has me i-lined (jumping)

Why set check-mode-r 0 is for net-type 5 only?
Users that use other net-types can't connect as restricted users?

It wasn't like that on older versions..

Best regards,
Uriel.

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Hello Uriel,

Thursday, January 03, 2002, 8:27:23 PM, you wrote:

> As it seems from 1.6.8 configuration,
> There is a problem with set check-mode-r 0 on net-type 1 (IRCnet).
> ### SERVER MODULE - OTHER NETWORKS (net-type 5) ###
> # This settings defines how umode +r is understood by eggdrop. Some
> # networks use +r to indicate a restricted connection. If this is your
> # case, and you want your bot to leave restricted servers and jump to
> # the next server on its list, then set it to 1.
> set check-mode-r 0
> When eggdrop runs as net-type 1, and set check-mode-r 0, and eggdrop is
> restricted,
> Eggdrop disconnects from the server with the message:
> someserver has me i-lined (jumping)
> Why set check-mode-r 0 is for net-type 5 only?
> Users that use other net-types can't connect as restricted users?
> It wasn't like that on older versions..

Yes, that was good feature...
Sometimes bot can be restricted and do some useful work (ie. stats & seen bot)

-- 
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Hi,

I use the latest version of LoL's tools but Is there a way I can add
something like
!unban all option when u put in the channel to erase all bans set by the
bot?

Ofcorse, only bans set by rank like +o then +m then +n and to erase all bans
the bot made like if u have a chanscan to ban people in bad channels aswell.

so in summary, it unbans all bans people have the same flag as or lower for
like +n and m users and at the same time unbanning the bans the bot made
itself through other scripts.

The reason i like the rank as i can ban certain people and no one can un-do
it but the channel i am in has over 200 people and i need some command like
this.




Thanks, i'm only new to this stuff.


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From: "Uriel r" <urielr at hotmail.com>
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Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 5:27 AM
Subject: Eggheads: check-mode-r on net-type 1


> Hello,
> 
> As it seems from 1.6.8 configuration,
> There is a problem with set check-mode-r 0 on net-type 1 (IRCnet).
> 
> ### SERVER MODULE - OTHER NETWORKS (net-type 5) ###
> 
> # This settings defines how umode +r is understood by eggdrop. Some
> # networks use +r to indicate a restricted connection. If this is your
> # case, and you want your bot to leave restricted servers and jump to
> # the next server on its list, then set it to 1.
> set check-mode-r 0
> 
> When eggdrop runs as net-type 1, and set check-mode-r 0, and eggdrop is 
> restricted,
> Eggdrop disconnects from the server with the message:
> someserver has me i-lined (jumping)
> 

Had the same thing with 1.6.7 on my own local irc server



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Hi members--:)

I have what I cosider a unique siuation. I have 3 1.6.6 eggdrops on my =
Undernet chat channel. Each has been allocated by the Bot Administer a 5 =
meg website if I want to use it.=20

My prob is that guests who enter my very  very clean channel has an =
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@X channel topic.  Guests enter and totally ignore the policies.  In the =
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!agree

then were "swept " into the chat channel.   Do any of the members have a =
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charles   sartre_ mgr  #america   in the undernet.

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you can always puts mode +m and voice user when he acept police ?

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  To: eggheads at eggheads.org=20
  Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 1:18 PM
  Subject: Eggheads: Eggdrop to assist IRC channel


  Hi members--:)

  I have what I cosider a unique siuation. I have 3 1.6.6 eggdrops on my =
Undernet chat channel. Each has been allocated by the Bot Administer a 5 =
meg website if I want to use it.=20

  My prob is that guests who enter my very  very clean channel has an =
autogreet adressed to each nick outlining channel policies  as well as a =
@X channel topic.  Guests enter and totally ignore the policies.  In the =
past I have seen this solution but after extensive resarch and asking =
senior Undernet administers  who remember this solution, but how to =
create it is now lost by them and I have yet to find any channel using =
it.

  I believe; based on my previous experience. the solution but do not =
know how to implement it. In the past some former channel managers did =
this:  As a guest tries to login to a chat channel, they are instead =
"swept" into the bots personal website where all the channel policies =
are presented.  IF the guest agrees to follow the policies, they typed =
!agree

  then were "swept " into the chat channel.   Do any of the members have =
a way that this can be accomplished?  Extensive research on the Undernet =
among channel managers and Undernet officials do recall the system;  but =
no one uses it now. =20

  As I want to minimize bans and insure that guests clearly see and =
agree to the policies of the channel, does anyone have an idea to help =
me.  As I mentioned I have seen this operation and participated as a =
guest and typed  !agree
  to enter these channels; I know it can be done.  The channel managers =
who had this sysrtem are long gone, so I come to the membership for =
solution suggestions.  thanks!

  charles   sartre_ mgr  #america   in the undernet.

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  <DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>Hi members--:)</FONT></DIV>
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  <DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>I have what I cosider a unique =
siuation. I have 3=20
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  <DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>My prob is that guests who enter my =
very&nbsp;=20
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channel=20
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after=20
  extensive resarch and asking senior Undernet administers&nbsp; who =
remember=20
  this solution, but how to create it is now lost by them and I have yet =
to find=20
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  <DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>I believe; based on my previous =
experience. the=20
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former=20
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channel,=20
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channel=20
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policies, they=20
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can be=20
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so I come=20
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Unfortunately I don't know of any way to force an IRC client to open
a browser.   the best option I can think of would be to have the
channel set +M and message the incoming users the rules and at the
bottom tell them to type /ctcp <botnick> <dynamic number> AGREE
the dynamic number would have to be generated and a new ctcp bind
added to the binds that would voice the user on the channel.  you
would of course want to add regular users to the bot for autovoice
and removal from the autogreet and I would suggest you have a webpage
to tell regulars how to identify themselves and some of the commands
they may need/want to use on the bot.  

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From: eggheads-admin at eggheads.org
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Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 12:18 PM
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Subject: Eggheads: Eggdrop to assist IRC channel

My prob is that guests who enter my very  very clean channel has an
autogreet adressed to each nick outlining channel policies  as well
as a @X channel topic.  Guests enter and totally ignore the policies.
 In the past I have seen this solution but after extensive resarch
and asking senior Undernet administers  who remember this solution,
but how to create it is now lost by them and I have yet to find any
channel using it.

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mirc 5.61+ i think
you can have a URL like
mirc://<server>/channel

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> Unfortunately I don't know of any way to force an IRC client to 
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Has anyone had experience with putting together an Eggy that has
capabilities for multi dj access for multi shoutcast servers, topic
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Yes true you can have an URL on a webpage that points to an irc
channel but only if the person is running Netscape or Internet
Explorer (Yes there are other web browsers) and the user is running
the mIRC client.  Even if mIRC is the most prevalent client I
wouldn't go counting on that combination (I don't fit it... I use
Mozilla and XChat here and I'm not even running Linux). However I do
not know of any way to go backwards. i.e. force an irc client to open
a web browser and go to a webpage which is what the original poster
was looking for.

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> 
> mirc 5.61+ i think
> you can have a URL like
> mirc://<server>/channel
> 
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> > bot for autovoice and removal from the autogreet and I would
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Where can i get some games for my botnet?

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Welcome,

  I have a strange problem. After ./configure, I try to do either make
  config or make iconfig. Both fails with the same error:

  [adamg at pld eggdrop1.6.8]$ make iconfig
  ./misc/modconfig[741]: no closing quote
  make: *** [iconfig] Error 1
  [adamg at pld eggdrop1.6.8]$

  The same happens to 1.6.6 and 1.6.7 (haven't tested any other
  version).

  I know it is probably something with my home box, I'm just curious
  what could it be.
  
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you should contact the dev team for xchat
ask them to put that in the wishlist

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> Yes true you can have an URL on a webpage that points to an irc
> channel but only if the person is running Netscape or Internet
> Explorer (Yes there are other web browsers) and the user is running
> the mIRC client.  Even if mIRC is the most prevalent client I
> wouldn't go counting on that combination (I don't fit it... I use
> Mozilla and XChat here and I'm not even running Linux). However I 
> do
> not know of any way to go backwards. i.e. force an irc client to 
> open
> a web browser and go to a webpage which is what the original poster
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Hello Adam,

Saturday, January 05, 2002, 8:02:19 AM, you wrote:

>   I have a strange problem. After ./configure, I try to do either make
>   config or make iconfig. Both fails with the same error:
>   [adamg at pld eggdrop1.6.8]$ make iconfig
>   ./misc/modconfig[741]: no closing quote
>   make: *** [iconfig] Error 1
>   [adamg at pld eggdrop1.6.8]$
>   The same happens to 1.6.6 and 1.6.7 (haven't tested any other
>   version).
>   I know it is probably something with my home box, I'm just curious
>   what could it be.
  
I'm having same problem, simple fix is to edit file misc/modconfig
And changing:
#! /bin/sh
into
#! /bin/bash

I cannot explain why is that.

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At 10:42 AM 1/5/02 -0600, you wrote:
>you should contact the dev team for xchat
>ask them to put that in the wishlist
It's more of a browser plugin thing than anything, isn't it?  Either way,
you can't possibly try to support every client out there with a link on
your page.  The best and most informational thing to do is to say something
like "join us on channel #coolchannel on the CoolNetwork, irc.cool.net"
instead of giving in to the mirc craze and allowing mirc users to just
click a link (how lazy is that? bah, anyway).

>> However I do
>> not know of any way to go backwards. i.e. force an irc client to 
>> open
>> a web browser and go to a webpage which is what the original poster
>> was looking for.
Think of the abuse it would cause if a client forced a user to view a
webpage each time they joined a channel (think porn and spam).  You CAN
message them a URL and hope they click on it, perhaps have the webpage give
them instructions on what to CTCP to the bot as a previous poster suggested.
  If you do go that route, and require the user send a message to the bot
to get voiced, I suggest instead of messaging the user a dynamic number you
simply send them a number/string derived from their IRC nick such as
running it through encrypt or something else that can be verified easily.
If they send the bot the correct string, they get voiced.

-KC



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Hello,

So there is a way to have my bot connected and restricted on net-type 1?

Best regards,
Uriel.

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>
> > Hello,
> >
> > As it seems from 1.6.8 configuration,
> > There is a problem with set check-mode-r 0 on net-type 1 (IRCnet).
> >
> > ### SERVER MODULE - OTHER NETWORKS (net-type 5) ###
> >
> > # This settings defines how umode +r is understood by eggdrop. Some
> > # networks use +r to indicate a restricted connection. If this is your
> > # case, and you want your bot to leave restricted servers and jump to
> > # the next server on its list, then set it to 1.
> > set check-mode-r 0
> >
> > When eggdrop runs as net-type 1, and set check-mode-r 0, and eggdrop is
> > restricted,
> > Eggdrop disconnects from the server with the message:
> > someserver has me i-lined (jumping)
> >
>
>Had the same thing with 1.6.7 on my own local irc server
>
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Hello,

I'm using Linux 2.4.8.
I'm having this error when doing make config:

burken:~/eggdrop1.6.8$ make config
detecting modules.................... done.
calculating dependencies................... done.
building ./src/mod/Makefile... done.
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/uriel/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod'
/bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `;'
/bin/sh: -c: line 1: `for i in ; do  if test -f ./$i/configure; then  
modname=`echo $i | sed -e 's/.mod//'`;  echo "";  echo "Configuring module 
${modname} ...";  echo "";  if test ! -d $i; then mkdir $i; fi;  (cd $i && 
.././$i/configure  --cache-file=../../../config.cache 
--srcdir=../../../src/mod/$i);  fi;  done;  echo ""'
make[1]: *** [config] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/uriel/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod'
make: *** [config] Error 2

Any ideas?

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do make distclean and try again.
if that not working check the file it get stuck in and why it has 
{ on the first line

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On Sat, 5 Jan 2002, Uriel r wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I'm using Linux 2.4.8.
> I'm having this error when doing make config:
> 
> burken:~/eggdrop1.6.8$ make config
> detecting modules.................... done.
> calculating dependencies................... done.
> building ./src/mod/Makefile... done.
> make[1]: Entering directory `/home/uriel/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod'
> /bin/sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `;'
> /bin/sh: -c: line 1: `for i in ; doif test -f ./$i/configure; then  
> modname=`echo $i | sed -e 's/.mod//'`;echo "";  echo "Configuring module
> ${modname} ...";echo "";  if test ! -d $i; then mkdir $i; fi;  (cd $i && 
> .././$i/configure--cache-file=../../../config.cache 
> --srcdir=../../../src/mod/$i);fi;  done;  echo ""'
> make[1]: *** [config] Error 2
> make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/uriel/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod'
> make: *** [config] Error 2
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> Best regards,
> Uriel.
> 
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At 11:12 PM 1/4/2002 Friday -0600, you wrote:
>mirc 5.61+ i think
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isn't that for a webpage opening ur irc client ?
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I was emailing the guy who created mysql.mod yesterday, when I on some site=
 saw what ideas he had for it.
I had already thought of some things I would like to see in future=
 eggdrops, and I would like to present some of them here and now..

As you all know, many IRC channels have theire own websites with stats and=
 stuff.
I've tried several times to make a good website for my eggdrop and it's=
 channels, but there is always something missing.

What I would like in a "mysql.mod" or "anydb.mod" is interactive control=
 over core functions in eggdrop, like e.g. the userfile. Then I would make=
 myself a PHP enabled website where my users and I could log on with the=
 same handle/pass as on IRC. Normal users should be able to set XTRA=
 fields, edit they're hosts, etc..
ppl. who aren't added could be able (if allowed) to add themselves via web=
 and for instance get the default flags whatever they are.. But then again,=
 they shouldn't be transferred to the real userfile until a +n user has=
 accepted they're submittings.
Let's then see that +n or even +m users can alter on other users, accept=
 new users.. etc.

Another thing could be the possibillity for users to ask for more=
 privilegies on a channel.. and let's say they need two existing operators=
 to accept them.. and when that has happened, they could be moved for=
 voting.


There is a lot of possibillities as long as for instance the userfile is=
 stored in a mysql database and written to the good old fashion userfile on=
 disk once in a while.

A page where ppl. can search for nicks on IRC and get the handle and .whois=
 for instance.. or they could view all or pr. channel.. then see who is=
 currently online.. what flags they have... when the bot last saw someone..=
 
Who talkes most.. who kicks mosts..
It's all possible as long as you interact the eggdrop with a SQL database=
 :)

This as been thoughts I had while writing this email.. If someone wants an=
 example layout of a website, or a more concret idea of what I want (I'm=
 using myself as example now, but I know many would like something like=
 this).

I mean.. what data should be stored to database.. realtime or every xx=
 minutes.. when to write it back etc..
Realtime would be the best, but then again.. you would need a backup in=
 case something/someone made a bad one.
For instance when users modif they're own host.. they should not be allowed=
 to remove it completly, and not set things like *!*@* ;-)
Further on.. when having an apply for @ form.. where two opers need to=
 accept it before everyone can vote for this new oper.. the new oper should=
 not be written to the userfile on disk until the voting is completed and=
 accepted, etc..

many things to think about.. but hell.. This could be really fun :-)


- - - - -

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> many things to think about.. but hell.. This could be really fun
> :-)  

I think a userfile-mysql.mod would be great and then standard other
scripts would allow for the rest of the data to be placed in the
userfile DB.  as for stats you may what to actually build a separate
script using a mysql.mod module but of course you can still use data
in the userfile just like you can with script now since the
userfile-mysql.mod should have all the same functionality of the
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--- "Ronny_Vårdal" <rv at umbraco.nu> wrote:
> I was emailing the guy who created mysql.mod yesterday, when I on some site
> saw what ideas he had for it.
> I had already thought of some things I would like to see in future eggdrops,
> and I would like to present some of them here and now..
> 
> As you all know, many IRC channels have theire own websites with stats and
> stuff.
> I've tried several times to make a good website for my eggdrop and it's
> channels, but there is always something missing.
> 
> What I would like in a "mysql.mod" or "anydb.mod" is interactive control over
> core functions in eggdrop, like e.g. the userfile. Then I would make myself a
> PHP enabled website where my users and I could log on with the same
> handle/pass as on IRC. Normal users should be able to set XTRA fields, edit
> they're hosts, etc..
> ppl. who aren't added could be able (if allowed) to add themselves via web
> and for instance get the default flags whatever they are.. But then again,
> they shouldn't be transferred to the real userfile until a +n user has
> accepted they're submittings.
> Let's then see that +n or even +m users can alter on other users, accept new
> users.. etc.

+n and +m already can alter other users right?

> 
> Another thing could be the possibillity for users to ask for more privilegies
> on a channel.. and let's say they need two existing operators to accept
> them.. and when that has happened, they could be moved for voting.

This could already be done with a voting script. I have a script, for instance,
that gives a !kick and !kb public command that +v people can use, and if a
certain number of them all want to kick or kb the same person, it will happen.

> 
> 
> There is a lot of possibillities as long as for instance the userfile is
> stored in a mysql database and written to the good old fashion userfile on
> disk once in a while.
> 
> A page where ppl. can search for nicks on IRC and get the handle and .whois
> for instance.. or they could view all or pr. channel.. then see who is
> currently online.. what flags they have... when the bot last saw someone..
> Who talkes most.. who kicks mosts..
> It's all possible as long as you interact the eggdrop with a SQL database :)

Sounds like a typical stats script? Except I guess yours would be real-time and
the stats scripts just write a static webpage every 5 minutes or so.

> 
> This as been thoughts I had while writing this email.. If someone wants an
> example layout of a website, or a more concret idea of what I want (I'm using
> myself as example now, but I know many would like something like this).
> 
> I mean.. what data should be stored to database.. realtime or every xx
> minutes.. when to write it back etc..
> Realtime would be the best, but then again.. you would need a backup in case
> something/someone made a bad one.

Hmm, depends what kind of stats you store, but I think realtime would be a
waste. It only needs to be updated when the webpage is redisplayed, so there
should be a way to trigger the update.

Here's what I think: sql is great and all, and I think the user stuff and
channel stuff and even config stuff should have the option to be stored in a
database. But the stuff you're talking about would probably be easier to do via
a network connection, if your php supports that. For instance, you would just
run a script on the bot, listening on port 12345, and your php script would
connect to it and give commands like "list user" and the bot would give it the
list of users. Or "whois blah" and the bot would give that information. That
way you have the benefit of real-time data, plus you don't needlessly update a
database every time someone says something.

I have a script that does something similar. It does the user list and channel
list, and lets users modify their own data, and +n users can modify anybody and
any channel setting. And you can see who is currently online... stuff like
that. It's a bit different, though, because the webserver is built-in to the
script. It's not a separate php or even static html thing.

> For instance when users modif they're own host.. they should not be allowed
> to remove it completly, and not set things like *!*@* ;-)
> Further on.. when having an apply for @ form.. where two opers need to accept
> it before everyone can vote for this new oper.. the new oper should not be
> written to the userfile on disk until the voting is completed and accepted,
> etc..
> 
> many things to think about.. but hell.. This could be really fun :-)

Yeah. I would also like to do something like perl's database abstraction thing,
so that scripts and modules can have an interface that will work with
postgresql, mysql, oracle, or whatever the system has installed.


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mirc 5.61+ i think
you can have a URL like
mirc://<server>/channel

isn't that for a webpage opening ur irc client ? 


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I think making the userfile mod channel mod and any other changable mode,
be not db specific with simple to override API like making users.mod
and then make users-file.mod users-sql.mod and so on.
I think that would be the best way to do it


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> --- "Ronny_V=E5rdal" <rv at umbraco.nu> wrote:
> > I was emailing the guy who created mysql.mod yesterday, when I on some =
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> > saw what ideas he had for it.
> > I had already thought of some things I would like to see in future eggd=
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> >
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> > stuff.
> > I've tried several times to make a good website for my eggdrop and it's
> > channels, but there is always something missing.


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Hello,

I wrote a message about this after release of eggdrop 1.6.7 but no one 
responded. Again:
I make eggdrop 1.6.8 and installed it. After that by starting it, it 
SEGFAULTS with the following:

=========================================================================================================
Eggdrop v1.6.8 (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2002 Eggheads
[10:47] * Last context: tclhash.c/217 []
[10:47] * Please REPORT this BUG!
[10:47] * Check doc/BUG-REPORT on how to do so.
[10:47] * Wrote DEBUG
[10:47] * SEGMENT VIOLATION -- CRASHING!
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
=========================================================================================================
System: DEC Alpha Unix 4.0D
Compiler: CC (no gcc available on this machine)
Tcl version: 8.3.4 (header version 8.3.4)
=========================================================================================================
% dbx eggdrop core
dbx version 3.11.10
Type 'help' for help.
Core file created by program "eggdrop"

signal Segmentation fault at >*[strstr, 0x3ff800d4270]  ldq_u   r3, 0(r16)
(dbx) bt
bt
   ^ syntax error
(dbx) q
=========================================================================================================
Debug (eggdrop v1.6.8) written Sun Jan  6 11:00:24 2002
Full Patch List:
STATICALLY LINKED
TCL library: /home/edvs1/uschindl/lib/tcl8.3
TCL version: 8.3.4 (header version 8.3.4)
Compile flags: cc -g -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DSTATIC
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Strip flags: strip
Context: main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          main.c/712, []
          tclhash.c/217 []

SOCK ADDR     PORT  NICK      HOST              TYPE
---- -------- ----- --------- ----------------- ----

Compiled without extensive memory debugging (sorry).
Open sockets: 3 (file), done.
=========================================================================================================

Please help! Version 1.6.6 runs perfectly. 1.6.8 also works fine on Linux. 
I also tried to use the --disable-cc-optimization option. On another DEC 
machine the same thing occurs.

Uwe


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Hi People,

How about banning them on join, open a message window, state the rules, =
and the !agree thing, and then when thy type that unban them (and maybe =
invite?).

Just a thought...

alcoholic
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  Sent: Friday, January 04, 2002 8:18 PM
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  Hi members--:)

  I have what I cosider a unique siuation. I have 3 1.6.6 eggdrops on my =
Undernet chat channel. Each has been allocated by the Bot Administer a 5 =
meg website if I want to use it.=20
  =20
  My prob is that guests who enter my very  very clean channel has an =
autogreet adressed to each nick outlining channel policies  as well as a =
@X channel topic.  Guests enter and totally ignore the policies.  In the =
past I have seen this solution but after extensive resarch and asking =
senior Undernet administers  who remember this solution, but how to =
create it is now lost by them and I have yet to find any channel using =
it.

  I believe; based on my previous experience. the solution but do not =
know how to implement it. In the past some former channel managers did =
this:  As a guest tries to login to a chat channel, they are instead =
"swept" into the bots personal website where all the channel policies =
are presented.  IF the guest agrees to follow the policies, they typed =
!agree

  then were "swept " into the chat channel.   Do any of the members have =
a way that this can be accomplished?  Extensive research on the Undernet =
among channel managers and Undernet officials do recall the system;  but =
no one uses it now. =20
  =20
  As I want to minimize bans and insure that guests clearly see and =
agree to the policies of the channel, does anyone have an idea to help =
me.  As I mentioned I have seen this operation and participated as a =
guest and typed  !agree
  to enter these channels; I know it can be done.  The channel managers =
who had this sysrtem are long gone, so I come to the membership for =
solution suggestions.  thanks!

  charles   sartre_ mgr  #america   in the undernet.

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siuation. I have 3=20
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</FONT></DIV>
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very&nbsp;=20
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channel=20
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after=20
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to find=20
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  <DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>I believe; based on my previous =
experience. the=20
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former=20
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channel,=20
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channel=20
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policies, they=20
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can be=20
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so I come=20
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V.I.T. Systems wrote:

> Hi People,
> 
>  
> 
> How about banning them on join, open a message window, state the rules, 
> and the !agree thing, and then when thy type that unban them (and maybe 
> invite?).
> 
>  
> 
> Just a thought...
> 
>  
> 
> alcoholic

To kill this thread -- there are many ways of doing it, either with +m, 
+i, +b or whatever. Eggdrop fully features all of these mode features, 
and of course most other methods you can come up with, eg. letting users 
into certain "agree" channels first, and inventing unique keys users 
have to type back (suggestions from earlier posts).

It is finally up to you what method you wish to pursue, as they are 
mostly a matter of taste and require somewhat knowledge to the specific 
situation, eg. if there are loads of unwanted joins or if users 
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Simon


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to the staff;

what does eggdrop do to avoid being pinged/timed out by an irc server? =
does it proactively perform
some step/steps at random or regular intervals, or does it only do so =
sporadically in response to
something happening, such as a server ping? however it works, what =
exactly does it send to the
server? if someone could point to where the code for this is found, ill =
look through the files myself.
as yet, i haven't been able to find the 'idling' material. thanks if you =
can help. i run 1.6.7, no problems
thus far, eggdrop is good stuff.

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does it only do so sporadically in response to</FONT></DIV>
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material. thanks if you can help. i run 1.6.7, no problems</FONT></DIV>
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Hi KC:))

Thanks for ur reply;  Golden was on the Undernet and messaged me as he tried
to help also...  he suggested  a shorter request from the group at large as
the main problem is lots of guests  but no chatting  from them....  So I
will repeat the request in a brief manner.

But the Development Team for X chat?  How do I contact them pls?

charles   sartre_
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> At 10:42 AM 1/5/02 -0600, you wrote:
> >you should contact the dev team for xchat
> >ask them to put that in the wishlist
> It's more of a browser plugin thing than anything, isn't it?  Either way,
> you can't possibly try to support every client out there with a link on
> your page.  The best and most informational thing to do is to say
something
> like "join us on channel #coolchannel on the CoolNetwork, irc.cool.net"
> instead of giving in to the mirc craze and allowing mirc users to just
> click a link (how lazy is that? bah, anyway).
>
> >> However I do
> >> not know of any way to go backwards. i.e. force an irc client to
> >> open
> >> a web browser and go to a webpage which is what the original poster
> >> was looking for.
> Think of the abuse it would cause if a client forced a user to view a
> webpage each time they joined a channel (think porn and spam).  You CAN
> message them a URL and hope they click on it, perhaps have the webpage
give
> them instructions on what to CTCP to the bot as a previous poster
suggested.
>   If you do go that route, and require the user send a message to the bot
> to get voiced, I suggest instead of messaging the user a dynamic number
you
> simply send them a number/string derived from their IRC nick such as
> running it through encrypt or something else that can be verified easily.
> If they send the bot the correct string, they get voiced.
>
> -KC
>
>
>


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--- leareth at supergravity.net wrote:
> to the staff;
> 
> what does eggdrop do to avoid being pinged/timed out by an irc server? does
> it proactively perform
> some step/steps at random or regular intervals, or does it only do so
> sporadically in response to
> something happening, such as a server ping? however it works, what exactly
> does it send to the
> server? if someone could point to where the code for this is found, ill look
> through the files myself.
> as yet, i haven't been able to find the 'idling' material. thanks if you can
> help. i run 1.6.7, no problems
> thus far, eggdrop is good stuff.

The only thing it does, I think, is respond to server pings. The code is in
src/mod/server.mod/servmsg.c in the function "gotping". When you receive a
server ping, you send back PONG :<text after the PING>.

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Hallo eggheads,

  i have a problem with eggdrop.

  when i connect to quakenet with eggdrop
  i will auth him with username and password
  like this

  /msg Q auth username password

  in the config file i can't find everything
  like this.

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Robert wrote:

> Hallo eggheads,
> 
>   i have a problem with eggdrop.
> 
>   when i connect to quakenet with eggdrop
>   i will auth him with username and password
>   like this
> 
>   /msg Q auth username password
> 
>   in the config file i can't find everything
>   like this.
> 
> 



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Note that you must message Q at Cserve.quakenet.org in order to get auth'ed, messaging Q won't work.

-------
putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"
-------

AdmiralAccident

> set init-server {
>   putserv "MODE $botnick +iw"
>   putserv "PRIVMSG Q :auth username password"
> }
>
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> > set init-server {
> >   putserv "MODE $botnick +iw"
> >   putserv "PRIVMSG Q :auth username password"
> > }
>
> Note that you must message Q at Cserve.quakenet.org in order to get auth'ed, messaging Q
won't work.
>
> -------
> putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"
> -------

Also note that you need to use 'putquick' unless you're intending to identify *after* the
bot joins all its channels:
putquick "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"

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no,
putserv works fine.

T

BarkerJr wrote:

>>>set init-server {
>>>  putserv "MODE $botnick +iw"
>>>  putserv "PRIVMSG Q :auth username password"
>>>}
>>>
>>Note that you must message Q at Cserve.quakenet.org in order to get auth'ed, messaging Q
>>
> won't work.
> 
>>-------
>>putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"
>>-------
>>
> 
> Also note that you need to use 'putquick' unless you're intending to identify *after* the
> bot joins all its channels:
> putquick "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"
> 
> -BarkerJr
> 
> 
> 



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You can try this if you don't want change the 'init-server'

<code>
proc qn_raw_001 {from key arg} {
	putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"
}

bind raw - 001 qn_raw_001
</code>

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TsT wrote:

> Yes, i can say bind raw are supported by all eggdrop (1.3.x -> greater)
> I prefer old bind than new (bugged?) bind ;o)


It might be bugged as it hasn't been used for several years yet, but I still

find it useful in several instances. It is fancy to avoid the use of 
numerics as much as possible, as long as the new, replacing terms are 
just as protocol compliant, as it can be hard to remember all numerics 
in your head, or even read them off a list while coding, as people 
looking it through later might find it hard to go digest unless comments 
are applied.

These are at least my $.02 :)


> TsT


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> From: TsT <eggies at aggies.com>
> To: eggheads at eggheads.org
> Subject: Eggheads: Re: eggdrop &quakenet
> Reply-To: eggheads at eggheads.org
>
>
> You can try this if you don't want change the 'init-server'
>
Folks, init-server / raw 001 binding only works if the bot is connecting to
the client but won't work if Q splitted from the network and returned. Q
will deauth any clients when it splits and thus the bot would in no way
reauth itself to Q if needed. The script would need to be a bit more
complex. You would need utilize bind notc as well to see if Q sends you any
error from where you know you must reauth and have the bot issue a reauth
from there. Or use a simple routine that keeps the bot authing to Q let's
say like every 10 minutes.

<code>
bind time "*0 * * * *" Q_reauth
proc Q_reauth {a b c d e} {
 putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth <username> <password>"
}
</code>

another addon would be to utilize bind sign/bind join. since the nickname Q
is probably U:lined (Quakenet uses a modified ircu (nettype 2)), you could
simply check if Q quits, then sets a var called Qquit, and if Q should
rejoin it will see Qquit is set then reauth with Q as soon as it sees is
joining. Backdraw is that the bot always should be in a channel where Q is
present to see this happening.

<code>
if {![info exist q_quit]} { set q_quit 0 }
bind sign - * Q_quitcheck
bind join - * Q_joincheck

proc Q_quitcheck {nick host hand chan args} {
  global q_quit
  if {$nick == "Q"} {
    set q_quit 1
    putlog "Q: Services lost."
  }
  return 1 }

proc Q_joincheck {nick host hand chan args} {
  global q_quit
  if {$nick == "Q" && $q_quit == 1} {
    set q_quit 0
    putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth <username> <password>"
    putlog "Q: Reauthing with services."
  }
  return 1 }

</code>

If you really want decent services support then I suggest to add some neato
bind need routines that would utilize Q to unban/invite itself from/into the
channel. Benefit of the above code instead of the bind time is that the bot
will only try to reauth if needed and not every 10 minutes like the bind
time solution.

Greetz,
Alexander Maassen a.k.a. OUTsider
Key2Peace Botlending

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Full Patch List:
TCL library: /usr/local/lib/tcl8.3
TCL version: 8.3 (header version 8.3)
TCL patchlevel: 8.3.4 (header patchlevel 8.3.3)
TCL isn't threaded
Compile flags: gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H
Link flags: gcc -pipe
Strip flags: strip

What does it mean ==> isn't threaded ?

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Hello Golden,

Sunday, January 13, 2002, 8:02:41 PM, you wrote:

> Full Patch List:
> TCL library: /usr/local/lib/tcl8.3
> TCL version: 8.3 (header version 8.3)
> TCL patchlevel: 8.3.4 (header patchlevel 8.3.3)
> TCL isn't threaded
> Compile flags: gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H
> Link flags: gcc -pipe
> Strip flags: strip
> What does it mean ==> isn't threaded ?

Means that tcl doesn't create additional threads (ie. is doing one thing in one
time)
Usually eggdrop users wants not threaded tcl.

BTW, looks like you have header file from 8.3.3, but you're using TCL 8.3.4,
header file should match tcl version (if it is not, then it could make some
problems)

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At 14:03 12/01/2002, you wrote:

>You can try this if you don't want change the 'init-server'
>
><code>
>proc qn_raw_001 {from key arg} {
>         putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth username password"
>}
>
>bind raw - 001 qn_raw_001
></code>

Didn't you forget "return 0" (which I find important, actually)

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At 15:21 13/01/2002, you wrote:

><code>
>if {![info exist q_quit]} { set q_quit 0 }
>bind sign - * Q_quitcheck
>bind join - * Q_joincheck
>
>proc Q_quitcheck {nick host hand chan args} {
>   global q_quit
>   if {$nick == "Q"} {
>     set q_quit 1
>     putlog "Q: Services lost."
>   }
>   return 1 }

Won't this trigger 15 (5?) minutes after the services split away? (not if 
they're shut down)
as opposed to bind splt ...

I had another question too. Is the server variable readonly? I tried 
setting it but it stayed the same.
And that just sucks. I had a beautiful tcl script :-)

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On Mon, Jan 14, 2002 at 12:43:50AM +0100, Tom Laermans wrote:
> At 15:21 13/01/2002, you wrote:
> 
> ><code>
> >if {![info exist q_quit]} { set q_quit 0 }
> >bind sign - * Q_quitcheck
> >bind join - * Q_joincheck
> >
> >proc Q_quitcheck {nick host hand chan args} {
> >   global q_quit
> >   if {$nick == "Q"} {
> >     set q_quit 1
> >     putlog "Q: Services lost."
> >   }
> >   return 1 }
> 
> Won't this trigger 15 (5?) minutes after the services split away? (not if 
> they're shut down)
> as opposed to bind splt ...
> 
> I had another question too. Is the server variable readonly? I tried 
> setting it but it stayed the same.
> And that just sucks. I had a beautiful tcl script :-)

Sure you can set it. I believe the syntax is:

jump [server name]

;)

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At 01:44 15/01/2002, you wrote:
> >
> > I had another question too. Is the server variable readonly? I tried
> > setting it but it stayed the same.
> > And that just sucks. I had a beautiful tcl script :-)
>
>Sure you can set it. I believe the syntax is:
>
>jump [server name]
>
>;)

Sure sure... :p

I noticed that when you put irc.network.org in serverlist (which is a 
roundrobin), and the eggdrop connects, the $server stays what you entered, 
instead of the "real" server (interesting to know sometimes, without 
.servers) ... So I made a tcl which bound to raw 002 and set the server 
variable to the real server. Only to notice that $server is readonly.

I'd like to incorporate this into eggdrop itself but can't seem to find 
where the server variable is defined nor set. :-(

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That's only true if strict-servernames is set to 0.

At 12:07 15.01.2002 +0100, you wrote:
>Sure sure... :p
>
>I noticed that when you put irc.network.org in serverlist (which is a 
>roundrobin), and the eggdrop connects, the $server stays what you entered, 
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>variable to the real server. Only to notice that $server is readonly.
>
>I'd like to incorporate this into eggdrop itself but can't seem to find 
>where the server variable is defined nor set. :-(
>
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hello,
Is it possible to create a new user with a certain flags through a =
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Note that bot has no *msg:hello and userfile will be created by a public =
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smiles wrote:

> hello,
hi 
> Is it possible to create a new user with a certain flags through a 
> public message to any channel the bot is on?
> 
> Note that bot has no *msg:hello and userfile will be created by a public 
> channel message.. Can you write the tcl codes if possible under this 
> condition?
> 
> Greetings
> 
> smiles
> 

yes (although i dont get the idea behind it but ok..)
[code]
bind pub - "hello" pub_hello
proc pub_hello {nick uhost hand chan args} {
  if {[nick2hand $nick $chan]=="*"&&![validuser $nick]} {
    if {[adduser $nick "*!$uhost"]} {
     puthelp "PRIVMSG $nick :Adduser successful. Remember to set a pass."
    } else {
     puthelp "PRIVMSG $nick :Adduser failed."
    }
  }
  return 0
}
[/code]
should work but i havent tested i sp there might be some bugs..
:)


T


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err i forgot the certain flags part

masterT wrote:

> 
> 
> smiles wrote:
> 
>> hello,
> 
> hi
> 
>> Is it possible to create a new user with a certain flags through a 
>> public message to any channel the bot is on?
>>
>> Note that bot has no *msg:hello and userfile will be created by a 
>> public channel message.. Can you write the tcl codes if possible under 
>> this condition?
>>
>> Greetings
>>
>> smiles
>>
> 
> yes (although i dont get the idea behind it but ok..)
> [code]
> bind pub - "hello" pub_hello
> proc pub_hello {nick uhost hand chan args} {
>  if {[nick2hand $nick $chan]=="*"&&![validuser $nick]} {
>    if {[adduser $nick "*!$uhost"]} {
>     puthelp "PRIVMSG $nick :Adduser successful. Remember to set a pass."

       chattr "$nick" "+your-flags"

>    } else {
>     puthelp "PRIVMSG $nick :Adduser failed."
>    }
>  }
>  return 0
> }
> [/code]
> should work but i havent tested i sp there might be some bugs..
> :)
> 
> 
> T
> 
> 



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> Didn't you forget "return 0" (which I find important, actually)

"if the proc returns 1, eggdrop will not process the line any further"
yes it's true ;o)

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At 12:15 15/01/2002, you wrote:
>That's only true if strict-servernames is set to 0.

but then it doesn't support roundrobin and will always connect to the same 
server...

besides, i have strict-servernames 0, but it still logs "updating.. "(but 
doesn't update).
If strictserver = 1 , will the $server variable change?

>At 12:07 15.01.2002 +0100, you wrote:
> >Sure sure... :p
> >
> >I noticed that when you put irc.network.org in serverlist (which is a
> >roundrobin), and the eggdrop connects, the $server stays what you entered,
> >instead of the "real" server (interesting to know sometimes, without
> >.servers) ... So I made a tcl which bound to raw 002 and set the server
> >variable to the real server. Only to notice that $server is readonly.
> >
> >I'd like to incorporate this into eggdrop itself but can't seem to find
> >where the server variable is defined nor set. :-(

Tom


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i dont use quakenet but if Q sits on channels like X on Undernet you can 
recover auth when a split rejoin by bind a proc to Q joining the channel.


>Folks, init-server / raw 001 binding only works if the bot is connecting to
>the client but won't work if Q splitted from the network and returned. Q
>will deauth any clients when it splits and thus the bot would in no way
>reauth itself to Q if needed. The script would need to be a bit more
>complex. You would need utilize bind notc as well to see if Q sends you any
>error from where you know you must reauth and have the bot issue a reauth
>from there. Or use a simple routine that keeps the bot authing to Q let's
>say like every 10 minutes.
>
><code>
>bind time "*0 * * * *" Q_reauth
>proc Q_reauth {a b c d e} {
>  putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth <username> <password>"
>}
></code>
>
>another addon would be to utilize bind sign/bind join. since the nickname Q
>is probably U:lined (Quakenet uses a modified ircu (nettype 2)), you could
>simply check if Q quits, then sets a var called Qquit, and if Q should
>rejoin it will see Qquit is set then reauth with Q as soon as it sees is
>joining. Backdraw is that the bot always should be in a channel where Q is
>present to see this happening.
>
><code>
>if {![info exist q_quit]} { set q_quit 0 }
>bind sign - * Q_quitcheck
>bind join - * Q_joincheck
>
>proc Q_quitcheck {nick host hand chan args} {
>   global q_quit
>   if {$nick == "Q"} {
>     set q_quit 1
>     putlog "Q: Services lost."
>   }
>   return 1 }
>
>proc Q_joincheck {nick host hand chan args} {
>   global q_quit
>   if {$nick == "Q" && $q_quit == 1} {
>     set q_quit 0
>     putserv "PRIVMSG Q at CServe.quakenet.org :auth <username> <password>"
>     putlog "Q: Reauthing with services."
>   }
>   return 1 }
>
></code>
>
>If you really want decent services support then I suggest to add some neato
>bind need routines that would utilize Q to unban/invite itself from/into 
>the
>channel. Benefit of the above code instead of the bind time is that the bot
>will only try to reauth if needed and not every 10 minutes like the bind
>time solution.
>
>Greetz,
>Alexander Maassen a.k.a. OUTsider
>Key2Peace Botlending
>
>--------------------------
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>


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Hi,

do I need to change any setting to make infolines shared?
Currently infolines do not get shared to other bots. Only when the bot 
is downloading the complete userfile (e.g. the bot just linked to the 
hub) the infoline is transferred to the second bot. It's somewhat 
disturbing because most users delete or change their infoline and for 
some days the infoline is changed on the bot. But when the bot 
reconnects to the hub the old infoline is transferred to the bot.

Greets,
Daniel Frank


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Hello there
    i need to know what i can do for that

[17:38:10] <Golden> .tcl putlog Hébergement
[17:38:10] <ViperBot> [07:42] Hébergement

when the bot store information to my sql base he don't write the good word..
he have some problem with the éèâ etc.. and i MUST find a solution in order
to obtain the good word in my sql base. The only way to fix that at my
opignion is to use tcl8.0.5 but maybe one of you can help me to find a
solution support eggdrop1.6.5 and +


Current information

[17:44:36] <ViperBot> Running on FreeBSD 4.4-STABLE
[17:44:36] <ViperBot> Admin: Golden <gold3n at globetrotter.net>
[17:44:36] <ViperBot> Online for 00:12  (background)  CPU 00:00  cache hit
9.1%
[17:44:36] <ViperBot> Tcl library: /usr/local/lib/tcl8.3
[17:44:36] <ViperBot> Tcl version: 8.3.4 (header version 8.3.4)


any idea?

Golden @ Nicolas Doré
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humm i suggest to you to filt .info word in your bot in order to possibly..
unlink / link or find a way to force the bot to download the new user info

Good luck

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> Hi,
>
> do I need to change any setting to make infolines shared?
> Currently infolines do not get shared to other bots. Only when the bot
> is downloading the complete userfile (e.g. the bot just linked to the
> hub) the infoline is transferred to the second bot. It's somewhat
> disturbing because most users delete or change their infoline and for
> some days the infoline is changed on the bot. But when the bot
> reconnects to the hub the old infoline is transferred to the bot.
>
> Greets,
> Daniel Frank
>
>


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there is a config option to share info lines if I recall.

Jeff
> 
> do I need to change any setting to make infolines shared?
> Currently infolines do not get shared to other bots. Only when the bot 
> is downloading the complete userfile (e.g. the bot just linked to the 
> hub) the infoline is transferred to the second bot. It's somewhat 
> disturbing because most users delete or change their infoline and for 
> some days the infoline is changed on the bot. But when the bot 
> reconnects to the hub the old infoline is transferred to the bot.
> 



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Jeff Fisher wrote:

 > there is a config option to share info lines if I recall.
A cat eggdrop.conplete.conf | grep info did not show anything 
interessting. And I haven't seen anything like this when I checked the 
whole configfile before. So either it's not in the complete.conf or the 
setting has a name I do not associate with the infolines. Could you 
point me to the setting?


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set share-greet 1

At 17:10 21.01.2002 +0100, you wrote:
>Could you point me to the setting?
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On Mon, Jan 21, 2002 at 05:10:31PM +0100, Daniel Frank wrote:
> Jeff Fisher wrote:
> 
>  > there is a config option to share info lines if I recall.
> A cat eggdrop.conplete.conf | grep info did not show anything 
> interessting. And I haven't seen anything like this when I checked the 
> whole configfile before. So either it's not in the complete.conf or the 
> setting has a name I do not associate with the infolines. Could you 
> point me to the setting?

If you look again, you'll probably find a line that says:

set share-greet 0

-c


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Try looking for "set share-greet 0" in the config, and change
it to "1". It's turned off by default.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Daniel Frank" <eggheads at cosmo-canyon.de>
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> Jeff Fisher wrote:
> 
>  > there is a config option to share info lines if I recall.
> A cat eggdrop.conplete.conf | grep info did not show anything 
> interessting. And I haven't seen anything like this when I checked the 
> whole configfile before. So either it's not in the complete.conf or the 
> setting has a name I do not associate with the infolines. Could you 
> point me to the setting?


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Hello makers of Eggdrop

I have solved a bug i think
If we add a user in eggdrop1.6.8
then the procedure NICK2HAND will return, if user exsist in the $MISC1
NICK,
a * «« This means user is not found in the list :-((

i have try'd to solve the problen and it's works now
only on compile he gives a litte error, mabey you can check it out

files i send:
tclirc.c : the file i use now
tclirc.c.org : the file that came with the Eggdrop1.6.8

i have used a line out the eggdrop1.6.6 *in same file*

Greetz from a User
Teddybeer aka Vosje aka The_Software_Legend

you can mail me back or find me on IRC:
capetown.za.af.ircxp.org : channels #Fem-Fatale #ircxp-bots
and on ChatNet : Channels #Dscb #Holland



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/*
 * tclirc.c -- part of irc.mod
 *
 * $Id: tclirc.c,v 1.31 2002/01/02 03:46:39 guppy Exp $
 */
/*
 * Copyright (C) 1997 Robey Pointer
 * Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Eggheads Development Team
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
 * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
 * of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
 * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
 * GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.
 */

/* Streamlined by answer.
 */
static int tcl_chanlist STDVAR
{
  int f;
  memberlist *m;
  struct chanset_t *chan;
  struct flag_record plus = {FR_CHAN | FR_GLOBAL | FR_BOT, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0},
 		     minus = {FR_CHAN | FR_GLOBAL | FR_BOT, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0},
		     user = {FR_CHAN | FR_GLOBAL | FR_BOT, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0};

  BADARGS(2, 3, " channel ?flags?");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (!chan) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if (argc == 2) {
    /* No flag restrictions so just whiz it thru quick */
    for (m = chan->channel.member; m && m->nick[0]; m = m->next)
      Tcl_AppendElement(irp, m->nick);
    return TCL_OK;
  }
  break_down_flags(argv[2], &plus, &minus);
  f = (minus.global || minus.udef_global ||
       minus.chan || minus.udef_chan || minus.bot);
  /* Return empty set if asked for flags but flags don't exist */
  if (!plus.global && !plus.udef_global &&
      !plus.chan && !plus.udef_chan && !plus.bot && !f)
    return TCL_OK;
  minus.match = plus.match ^ (FR_AND | FR_OR);

  for (m = chan->channel.member; m && m->nick[0]; m = m->next) {
    get_user_flagrec(m->user, &user, argv[1]);
    user.match = plus.match;
    if (flagrec_eq(&plus, &user)) {
      if (!f || !flagrec_eq(&minus, &user))
	Tcl_AppendElement(irp, m->nick);
    }
  }
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_botisop STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;

  BADARGS(1, 2, " ?channel?");
  if (argc > 1) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;
   
  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    if (me_op(chan)) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_ischanjuped STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if (channel_juped(chan))
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
  else
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_botisvoice STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  memberlist *mx;

  BADARGS(1, 2, " ?channel?");
  if (argc > 1) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;
    
  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    if ((mx = ismember(chan, botname)) && chan_hasvoice(mx)) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_botonchan STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;

  BADARGS(1, 2, " ?channel?");
  if (argc > 1) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;

  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    if (ismember(chan, botname)) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL); 
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_isop STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  memberlist *mx;
      
  BADARGS(2, 3, " ?nick channel?");
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;
  
  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    if ((mx = ismember(chan, argv[1])) && chan_hasop(mx)) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_isvoice STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  memberlist *mx;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " ?nick channel?");
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;
    
  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    if ((mx = ismember(chan, argv[1])) && chan_hasvoice(mx)) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_wasop STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;
  memberlist *mx;

  BADARGS(3, 3, " nick channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if ((mx = ismember(chan, argv[1])) && chan_wasop(mx))
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
  else
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}


static int tcl_onchan STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " nickname ?channel?");
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) { 
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;

  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    if (ismember(chan, argv[1])) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_handonchan STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  memberlist *m;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " handle ?channel?");
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;

  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    for (m = chan->channel.member; m && m->nick[0]; m = m->next) {
      if (m->user && !rfc_casecmp(m->user->handle, argv[1])) {
	Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
	return TCL_OK;
      }
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_ischanban STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(3, 3, " ban channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if (ischanban(chan, argv[1]))
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
  else
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_ischanexempt STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(3, 3, " exempt channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if (ischanexempt(chan, argv[1]))
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
  else
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_ischaninvite STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(3, 3, " invite channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if (ischaninvite(chan, argv[1]))
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
  else
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_getchanhost STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  memberlist *m;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " nickname ?channel?");	/* drummer */
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else 
    chan = chanset;

  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    m = ismember(chan, argv[1]);
    if (m) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, m->userhost, NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_onchansplit STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  memberlist *m;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " nickname ?channel?");
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);   
    thechan = chan;
    if (!thechan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
   chan = chanset;
  
  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    m = ismember(chan, argv[1]);
    if (m && chan_issplit(m)) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "1", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_maskhost STDVAR
{
  char new[121];
  BADARGS(2, 2, " nick!user at host");
  maskhost(argv[1], new);
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, new, NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_getchanidle STDVAR
{
  memberlist *m;
  struct chanset_t *chan;
  char s[20];
  int x;

  BADARGS(3, 3, " nickname channel");
  if (!(chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]))) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  m = ismember(chan, argv[1]);
  if (m) {
    x = (now - (m->last)) / 60;
    simple_sprintf(s, "%d", x);
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, s, NULL);
    return TCL_OK;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "0", NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static inline int tcl_chanmasks(masklist *m, Tcl_Interp *irp)
{
  char *list[3], work[20], *p;

  for (; m && m->mask && m->mask[0]; m = m->next) {
    list[0] = m->mask;
    list[1] = m->who;
    simple_sprintf(work, "%d", now - m->timer);
    list[2] = work;
    p = Tcl_Merge(3, list);
    Tcl_AppendElement(irp, p);
    Tcl_Free((char *) p);
  }
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_chanbans STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  return tcl_chanmasks(chan->channel.ban, irp);
}

static int tcl_chanexempts STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  return tcl_chanmasks(chan->channel.exempt, irp);
}

static int tcl_chaninvites STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  return tcl_chanmasks(chan->channel.invite, irp);
}

static int tcl_getchanmode STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, getchanmode(chan), NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_getchanjoin STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;
  char s[21];
  memberlist *m;

  BADARGS(3, 3, " nick channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid cahnnel: ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  m = ismember(chan, argv[1]);
  if (m == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, argv[1], " is not on ", argv[2], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  sprintf(s, "%lu", m->joined);
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, s, NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_channame2dname STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel-name");
  chan = findchan(argv[1]);
  if (chan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, chan->dname, NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
  } else {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel-name: ", argv[1], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
  }
}

static int tcl_chandname2name STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel-dname");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, chan->name, NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
  } else {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel-dname: ", argv[1], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
  }
}

/* flushmode <chan> */
static int tcl_flushmode STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  flush_mode(chan, NORMAL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_pushmode STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;
  char plus, mode;

  BADARGS(3, 4, " channel mode ?arg?");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  plus = argv[2][0];
  mode = argv[2][1];
  if ((plus != '+') && (plus != '-')) {
    mode = plus;
    plus = '+';
  }
  if (argc == 4)
    add_mode(chan, plus, mode, argv[3]);
  else
    add_mode(chan, plus, mode, "");
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_resetbans STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  resetbans(chan);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_resetexempts STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  resetexempts(chan);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_resetinvites STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  resetinvites(chan);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_resetchan STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  reset_chan_info(chan);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_topic STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;

  BADARGS(2, 2, " channel");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, chan->channel.topic, NULL);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_hand2nick STDVAR
{
  memberlist *m;
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " handle ?channel?");	/* drummer */
  if (argc > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (chan == NULL) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else
    chan = chanset;

  while (chan && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    for (m = chan->channel.member; m && m->nick[0]; m = m->next) {
      if (m->user && !rfc_casecmp(m->user->handle, argv[1])) {
	  Tcl_AppendResult(irp, m->nick, NULL);
	  return TCL_OK;
	}
      }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  return TCL_OK;
}

static int tcl_nick2hand STDVAR
{
  memberlist *m;
  char s[161];
  struct chanset_t *chan, *thechan = NULL;
  struct userrec *u;

  BADARGS(2, 3, " nick ?channel?");	/* drummer */
  if (argv > 2) {
    chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[2]);
    thechan = chan;
    if (chan == NULL) {
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "invalid channel: ", argv[2], NULL);
      return TCL_ERROR;
    }
  } else 
    chan = chanset;
  
  while (chan  && (thechan == NULL || thechan == chan)) {
    m = ismember(chan, argv[1]);
    if (m) {
      simple_sprintf(s, "%s!%s", m->nick, m->userhost);
      u = get_user_by_host(s);
      Tcl_AppendResult(irp, u ? u->handle : "*", NULL);
      return TCL_OK;
    }
    chan = chan->next;
  }
  return TCL_OK;		/* blank */
}



/* Sends an optimal number of kicks per command (as defined by kick_method)
 * to the server, simialer to kick_all.
 */
static int tcl_putkick STDVAR
{
  struct chanset_t *chan;
  int k = 0, l;
  char kicknick[512], *nick, *p, *comment = NULL;
  memberlist *m;

  BADARGS(3, 4, " channel nick?s? ?comment?");
  chan = findchan_by_dname(argv[1]);
  if (chan == NULL) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "illegal channel: ", argv[1], NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }
  if (argc == 4)
    comment = argv[3];
  else
    comment = "";
  if (!me_op(chan)) {
    Tcl_AppendResult(irp, "need op", NULL);
    return TCL_ERROR;
  }

  kicknick[0] = 0;
  p = argv[2];
  /* Loop through all given nicks */
  while(p) {
    nick = p;
    p = strchr(nick, ',');	/* Search for beginning of next nick */
    if (p) {
      *p = 0;
      p++;
    }

    m = ismember(chan, nick);
    if (!m)
      continue;			/* Skip non-existant nicks */
    m->flags |= SENTKICK;	/* Mark as pending kick */
    if (kicknick[0])
      strcat(kicknick, ",");
    strcat(kicknick, nick);	/* Add to local queue */
    k++;

    /* Check if we should send the kick command yet */
    l = strlen(chan->name) + strlen(kicknick) + strlen(comment);
    if (((kick_method != 0) && (k == kick_method)) || (l > 480)) {
      dprintf(DP_SERVER, "KICK %s %s :%s\n", chan->name, kicknick, comment);
      k = 0;
      kicknick[0] = 0;
    }
  }
  /* Clear out all pending kicks in our local kick queue */
  if (k > 0)
    dprintf(DP_SERVER, "KICK %s %s :%s\n", chan->name, kicknick, comment);
  return TCL_OK;
}

static tcl_cmds tclchan_cmds[] =
{
  {"chanlist",		tcl_chanlist},
  {"botisop",		tcl_botisop},
  {"botisvoice",	tcl_botisvoice},
  {"isop",		tcl_isop},
  {"wasop",		tcl_wasop},
  {"isvoice",		tcl_isvoice},
  {"onchan",		tcl_onchan},
  {"handonchan",	tcl_handonchan},
  {"ischanban",		tcl_ischanban},
  {"ischanexempt",	tcl_ischanexempt},
  {"ischaninvite",	tcl_ischaninvite},
  {"ischanjuped",	tcl_ischanjuped},
  {"getchanhost",	tcl_getchanhost},
  {"onchansplit",	tcl_onchansplit},
  {"maskhost",		tcl_maskhost},
  {"getchanidle",	tcl_getchanidle},
  {"chanbans",		tcl_chanbans},
  {"chanexempts",	tcl_chanexempts},
  {"chaninvites",	tcl_chaninvites},
  {"hand2nick",		tcl_hand2nick},
  {"nick2hand",		tcl_nick2hand},
  {"getchanmode",	tcl_getchanmode},
  {"getchanjoin",	tcl_getchanjoin},
  {"flushmode",		tcl_flushmode},
  {"pushmode",		tcl_pushmode},
  {"resetbans",		tcl_resetbans},
  {"resetexempts",	tcl_resetexempts},
  {"resetinvites",	tcl_resetinvites},
  {"resetchan",		tcl_resetchan},
  {"topic",		tcl_topic},
  {"botonchan",		tcl_botonchan},
  {"putkick",		tcl_putkick},
  {"channame2dname",	tcl_channame2dname},
  {"chandname2name",	tcl_chandname2name},
  {NULL,		NULL}
};

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It is fixed in 1.6.9 cvs already.

also in the future, please send patches to patches at eggheads.org so that they
can be reviewed by eggdev.

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> Hello makers of Eggdrop
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> I have solved a bug i think
> If we add a user in eggdrop1.6.8
> then the procedure NICK2HAND will return, if user exsist in the $MISC1
> NICK,
> a * «« This means user is not found in the list :-((
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Hi,

I noticed, that if you write something like this:
!seen {test}
in a channel, the script gets called with "{{test}}" as the argument. 
The same happens if the script gets called through a botnet event. Is 
there a simple way to remove these double brackets? Currently I'm using 
the join command, like following ($arg contains the text):
puthelp "PRIVMSG $nick :[join $arg]"
to remove the double brackets. Is it a security hole to remove the 
brackets like this, or is there a better way?

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Hello Daniel,

Friday, January 25, 2002, 3:57:10 AM, you wrote:

> I noticed, that if you write something like this:
> !seen {test}
> in a channel, the script gets called with "{{test}}" as the argument. 
> The same happens if the script gets called through a botnet event. Is 
> there a simple way to remove these double brackets? Currently I'm using 
> the join command, like following ($arg contains the text):
> puthelp "PRIVMSG $nick :[join $arg]"
> to remove the double brackets. Is it a security hole to remove the 
> brackets like this, or is there a better way?

There are very useful informations about that:
http://www.soft.net.uk/staffs/eggdrop/characters.html

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Hi,

I need more information on libs that they work with tcl+mysql, and which is
best.

Best regards,
Luiz



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Hello,

>I need more information on libs that they work with tcl+mysql, and which is
>best.

I use FastBase SQL, which can be found at www.fastbase.co.nz/fbsql/index.html .
Works nicely :-)

Tom
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José Luiz Oliveira wrote:

> Hi,
hi, 
> I need more information on libs that they work with tcl+mysql, and which is
> best.
> 
> Best regards,
> Luiz
> 
http://www.fastbase.co.nz/fbsql/index.html

ive always liked that one.

 
T



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Hi People

A while back I asked help on binding "~*", and was told to prefix the ~ =
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Maybe this might help someone in the future...

Cheers now...

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Anyone know of some good pages?

I've seen the bseen collection but i frankly think its hard, irratating and
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Hey.

It dies. Frequently. I've tried it for three days and couldn't get it to run
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Go download a program like PISG for your website stats
http://pisg.sourceforge.net   :)

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Hey.

It dies. Frequently. I've tried it for three days and couldn't get it to run
for more than a couple of hours at a time, then stop.
I can run it again with .tcl do_ques, and it keeps working for a while, but
then it just stops making html again.

I have no idea what's causing it. I don't think the bot left the channel
once in all the time it was running. And it's on a clean,
freash install of 1.6.8 which runs everything else perfectly, but this...

Anyway, I miss being able to change the font and background on the page it
outputs. I'm sure this would be pretty
easy to implement for someone who knows what they're doing. I tried it
myself but it started crashing as soon as I
changed something. :p

And no, it's not my messed up one that I'm complaining about. I was running
it in the unchanged form (for 2 chans, no lynx)
when it stopped working.


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Urban "Sorcerer" Fleischman
Chief News & Content Editor
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Userfile are desync or something like that..

Golden @ Nicolas Doré
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From: "Bob Ball" <bob at apc.34sp.com>
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Subject: Eggheads: fake messages ?


> <Thiamin> *** (Glucose) NOTICE: Fake message rejected (direction !=
> juanita-).
> <Thiamin> *** (Glucose) NOTICE: Fake message rejected (direction !=
> juanita-).
> <Thiamin> *** (Glucose) NOTICE: Fake message rejected (direction !=
> juanita-).
>
> What on earth does that mean? :P
> we've been getting it lots n lots recently and cant figure out why nor how
> to stop it
>
>


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Date: Sat Feb  2 14:29:02 2002
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Hello Golden,

Saturday, February 02, 2002, 11:11:45 AM, you wrote:

> Userfile are desync or something like that..

No userfiles, but informations about which bots are connected and where.

This happend, when ie. bot is linked, but information that this bot linked isn't
updated on other bots.

-- 
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 TaKeDa                            mailto:takeda at eggheads.w.pl


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Ely Levy
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Hebrew University 
Jerusalem Israel




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How i can specify user/login on set firewall "ip:port" ??

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On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Ely Levy wrote:

Looks like it's still alive...just eerily silent lately.

Did all of eggdrop's bugs suddenly disappear? ;P

-Toth


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Eggdrop can support socks 4 ???

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----- Original Message -----
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> Eggdrop can support socks 4 ???
At the moment, no. AFAIK this will be sipported in the future.

> Golden @ Nicolas Doré
> Administrateur Technique #AVU
> gold3n at globetrotter.net
> http://www.avu-undernet.org

Wcc


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Or maybe they got the HTML filter working. hee hee

> Did all of eggdrop's bugs suddenly disappear? ;P
> 
> -Toth



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On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Wcc wrote:

> > Eggdrop can support socks 4 ???
> 
> At the moment, no. AFAIK this will be sipported in the future.

Uhm, I think eggdrop does support socks 4. Eggdrop has no support for
socks 5, however.

-Toth


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On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Tom Sutterfield wrote:

> > Did all of eggdrop's bugs suddenly disappear? ;P
> 
> Or maybe they got the HTML filter working. hee hee

I thought all that was going to do was convert the HTML to plain text? ;P

-Toth


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> I thought all that was going to do was convert the HTML to plain text? ;P
> 
> -Toth

Oh, I was under the impression it would bounce/refuse it. ;P


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Date: Sun Feb  3 18:59:02 2002
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this is i had said.. (in my mind but my hand type other # lol ) No suport
dor socks 5? :\ thx

Golden @ Nicolas Doré
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----- Original Message -----
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> On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Wcc wrote:
>
> > > Eggdrop can support socks 4 ???
> >
> > At the moment, no. AFAIK this will be sipported in the future.
>
> Uhm, I think eggdrop does support socks 4. Eggdrop has no support for
> socks 5, however.
>
> -Toth
>
>


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Date: Sun Feb  3 19:30:04 2002
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this is i had said.. (in my mind but my hand type other # lol ) No suport
dor socks 5? :\ thx

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----- Original Message -----
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> On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Wcc wrote:
>
> > > Eggdrop can support socks 4 ???
> >
> > At the moment, no. AFAIK this will be sipported in the future.
>
> Uhm, I think eggdrop does support socks 4. Eggdrop has no support for
> socks 5, however.
>
> -Toth
>
>


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humm so strange.. when i connect to IRC server by my proxy, it work fine..
but with the eggdrop it's not work fine.. just see
[18:33] DNS resolved paris.fr.eu.undernet.org to 195.54.102.4
[18:33] net: socket: 5 proxy errno: 90
[18:33] Connected to paris.fr.eu.undernet.org
[18:33] -NOTICE- *** Looking up your hostname
[18:33] -NOTICE- *** Checking Ident
[18:33] -NOTICE- *** Found your hostname
[18:33] -NOTICE- *** No ident response
[18:34] -ERROR from server- Closing Link:  by Stockholm.SE.eu.Undernet.org
(Ping timeout)
[18:34] Disconnecting from server.

any idea?

Golden @ Nicolas Doré
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----- Original Message -----
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> this is i had said.. (in my mind but my hand type other # lol ) No suport
> dor socks 5? :\ thx
>
> Golden @ Nicolas Doré
> Administrateur Technique #AVU
> gold3n at globetrotter.net
> http://www.avu-undernet.org
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tothwolf" <tothwolf at concentric.net>
> To: <eggheads at eggheads.org>
> Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2002 6:22 PM
> Subject: Re: Eggheads: Firewall
>
>
> > On Sun, 3 Feb 2002, Wcc wrote:
> >
> > > > Eggdrop can support socks 4 ???
> > >
> > > At the moment, no. AFAIK this will be sipported in the future.
> >
> > Uhm, I think eggdrop does support socks 4. Eggdrop has no support for
> > socks 5, however.
> >
> > -Toth
> >
> >
>
>


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Golden wrote:

>humm so strange.. when i connect to IRC server by my proxy, it work fine..
>but with the eggdrop it's not work fine.. just see
>[18:33] DNS resolved paris.fr.eu.undernet.org to 195.54.102.4
>[18:33] net: socket: 5 proxy errno: 90
>
Doesn't this mean SOCKS 5? If so, I think previous posts explain why.

>
>[18:33] Connected to paris.fr.eu.undernet.org
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>
Simon



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No Wingate said Eggdrop connect to socks4 .. when i've try in socks5 Server
ask pass un login.. but i can say he is on the good socks :)

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----- Original Message -----
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> Golden wrote:
>
> >humm so strange.. when i connect to IRC server by my proxy, it work
fine..
> >but with the eggdrop it's not work fine.. just see
> >[18:33] DNS resolved paris.fr.eu.undernet.org to 195.54.102.4
> >[18:33] net: socket: 5 proxy errno: 90
> >
> Doesn't this mean SOCKS 5? If so, I think previous posts explain why.
>
> >
> >[18:33] Connected to paris.fr.eu.undernet.org
> >[18:33] -NOTICE- *** Looking up your hostname
> >[18:33] -NOTICE- *** Checking Ident
> >[18:33] -NOTICE- *** Found your hostname
> >[18:33] -NOTICE- *** No ident response
> >[18:34] -ERROR from server- Closing Link:  by
Stockholm.SE.eu.Undernet.org
> >(Ping timeout)
> >[18:34] Disconnecting from server.
> >
> Simon
>
>
>


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Hello,

I am having this problem with messages, I am using the version 1.6.4 now and
I already tested in the version 1.6.8.

This is the problem:

<bot> ### MSGC00C:
<bot>    1. bot (Feb 05 23:34)
<bot>    2. bot (Feb 05 23:34)
<bot> ### MSGC00E.
<bot> *** w3 joined the party line.
<w3> .notes read
<bot>  1. bot (Feb 05 23:34): Welcome to Eggdrop! =]
<bot>  2. bot (Feb 05 23:34): introduced to w3 from *!w3@*.com.br
<bot> [02:18] #w3# notes read
<w3> .notes erase
<bot> MSGC010.
<bot> [02:18] #w3# notes erase

Look "MSGC00C, MSGC00E, MSGC010"

Running on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE
Using Tcl library: /usr/local/lib/tcl8.3
Tcl version: 8.3 (header version 8.3)
Tcl patchlevel: 8.3.3 (header patchlevel 8.3.3)

If somebody has some solution...

Thank's
jose luiz


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Date: Tue Feb  5 23:21:05 2002
X-Original-Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 23:20:48 -0600

Is there anyone out there with a T1+, an extra ip address, 200 megs of extra
diskspace, and wants about 10 gigs of extra transfer a month to host a
primary ftp.eggheads.org mirror? There is no real benefit in doing this
other then .. well, helping out us. We do this completely for free -- I
would hate to see the price I had to pay to host eggheads.org .. thankfully,
I don't have too.

If anyone is interested and wants more info, please e-mail me.

Thanks,
Jeff


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Hello Jose,

Tuesday, February 05, 2002, 9:08:58 PM, you wrote:

> I am having this problem with messages, I am using the version 1.6.4 now and
> I already tested in the version 1.6.8.
> This is the problem:
> <bot> ### MSGC00C:
> <bot>    1. bot (Feb 05 23:34)
> <bot>    2. bot (Feb 05 23:34)
> <bot> ### MSGC00E.
> <bot> *** w3 joined the party line.
> <w3> .notes read
> <bot>  1. bot (Feb 05 23:34): Welcome to Eggdrop! =]
> <bot>  2. bot (Feb 05 23:34): introduced to w3 from *!w3@*.com.br
> <bot> [02:18] #w3# notes read
> <w3> .notes erase
> <bot> MSGC010.
> <bot> [02:18] #w3# notes erase
> Look "MSGC00C, MSGC00E, MSGC010"
> Running on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE
> Using Tcl library: /usr/local/lib/tcl8.3
> Tcl version: 8.3 (header version 8.3)
> Tcl patchlevel: 8.3.3 (header patchlevel 8.3.3)
> If somebody has some solution...
> Thank's
> jose luiz

did you do
make install after
make?
Please read text files included with bot, they was created for some reason.

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Hello,
I try to compile eggdrop1.6.8 on solaris 2.6, and get this message:

uccessful compile: eggdrop

make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/other/ray/eggdrop1.6.8/src'

Eggdrop v1.6.8 (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2002 Eggheads
-rwxr-xr-x   1 ray      other    2138828 Vas  6 19:23 eggdrop
make[1]: Entering directory `/home/other/ray/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod'
make[2]: Entering directory `/home/other/ray/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod/assoc.mod'
gcc -pipe -fPIC -g -O2 -I. -I../../.. -I../../.. -I../../../src/mod -DHAVE_C
ONFIG_H   -DMAKING_MODS -c ../
./assoc.mod/assoc.c
mv assoc.o ../
gcc -pipe -o ../../../assoc.so
../assoc.o -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl -lm -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
Undefined                       first referenced
 symbol                             in file
main
/usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.6/2.95.2/crt1.o
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to ../../../assoc.so
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [../../../assoc.so] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/other/ray/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod/assoc.mod'
make[1]: *** [assoc.mod_so] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/other/ray/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod'
make: *** [modules] Error 2

How to solve it?
Thank you

Martynas Bieliauskas


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> Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2002 21:48:09 -0800
> From: TaKeDa <takeda at eggheads.w.pl>
> Subject: Re: Eggheads: problem with messages
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> Hello Jose,
>
> Tuesday, February 05, 2002, 9:08:58 PM, you wrote:
>
> did you do
> make install after
> make?
> Please read text files included with bot, they was created for some
reason.
>

Now run "make install" to install your bot.

bash-2.05$ make install DEST="/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4"

Eggdrop v1.6.4 (C)1997 Robey Pointer (C)2001 Eggheads

Installing in directory: '/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4'.

Renamed the old 'eggdrop' executable to 'oeggdrop'.
Copying new 'eggdrop' executable and creating symlink.
install: eggdrop: No such file or directory
*** Error code 71

Stop in /usr/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4.
bash-2.05$



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Hello, Eggdrop have no protection for notice like ctcp-chan ctcp-join etc..?
no ctcp-notice ??? Why?

Have a nice day

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On 2002-02-06, Jose Luiz Oliveira wrote:

>bash-2.05$ make install DEST="/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4"
[...]
>install: eggdrop: No such file or directory
>*** Error code 71

Looks like a BSDish system to me. Try just "make install".

s.

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Hello Jose,

Wednesday, February 06, 2002, 10:55:18 AM, you wrote:

> Now run "make install" to install your bot.
> bash-2.05$ make install DEST="/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4"
> Eggdrop v1.6.4 (C)1997 Robey Pointer (C)2001 Eggheads
> Installing in directory: '/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4'.
> Renamed the old 'eggdrop' executable to 'oeggdrop'.
> Copying new 'eggdrop' executable and creating symlink.
> install: eggdrop: No such file or directory
> *** Error code 71
> Stop in /usr/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4.
> bash-2.05$

I don't think it is a good dae, to install bot in same dir, that was used to
compilation:

please just do:
make install

I belive you will need to remove dir, unpack from archive, because your
operation could overwrite some files.



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Hi,

> >bash-2.05$ make install DEST="/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4"
>[...]
> >install: eggdrop: No such file or directory
> >*** Error code 71
>
>Looks like a BSDish system to me. Try just "make install".

More like luser error.

You can't install in the same directory you compiled the eggdrop in.

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On 2002-02-06, Tom Laermans wrote:

>> >bash-2.05$ make install DEST="/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4"
>>[...]
>> >install: eggdrop: No such file or directory
>> >*** Error code 71
>>
>>Looks like a BSDish system to me. Try just "make install".
>
>More like luser error.
>You can't install in the same directory you compiled the eggdrop in.

I had similar problems on OpenBSD, while issuing:

 make install DEST=~/eggdrop

(plain make install worked, though). So I still think it's shell/os
related problem (despite of his silly DEST ;)

s.

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Hello Jakub,

Wednesday, February 06, 2002, 1:43:10 PM, you wrote:

>>> >bash-2.05$ make install DEST="/home/ircadmin/sle/eggdrop1.6.4"
>>>[...]
>>> >install: eggdrop: No such file or directory
>>> >*** Error code 71
>>>Looks like a BSDish system to me. Try just "make install".
>>More like luser error.
>>You can't install in the same directory you compiled the eggdrop in.
> I had similar problems on OpenBSD, while issuing:
>  make install DEST=~/eggdrop
> (plain make install worked, though). So I still think it's shell/os
> related problem (despite of his silly DEST ;)

actualy DEST is deprecated.
We should use:
./configure --prefix
instead.


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On 2002-02-06, TaKeDa wrote:

>> I had similar problems on OpenBSD, while issuing:
>>  make install DEST=~/eggdrop
[...]
>actualy DEST is deprecated.
[...]

Since when? Did I miss anything?

s.

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Hello Jakub,

Wednesday, February 06, 2002, 2:19:11 PM, you wrote:

> On 2002-02-06, TaKeDa wrote:

>>> I had similar problems on OpenBSD, while issuing:
>>>  make install DEST=~/eggdrop
> [...]
>>actualy DEST is deprecated.
> [...]
> Since when? Did I miss anything?

I also miss that, but I learn about that, when somebody reported that in 1.7
DEST doesn't work anymore, and somebody said about --prefix.
Actaully --prefix is correct way to install bot in different dir.
DEST is just a hack, and it overwrites DEST variable in Makefile.

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On 2002-02-06, TaKeDa wrote:

>>>actualy DEST is deprecated.
>> [...]
>> Since when? Did I miss anything?
>
[...]
>Actaully --prefix is correct way to install bot in different dir.
>DEST is just a hack, and it overwrites DEST variable in Makefile.

Weird. make install DEST=foo have been a Proper Way (TM) since I
remember. I know what's DEST supposed to do. And it *DOES* it quite
well on most OS i worked with. Strange things happen on BSD only.

Still curious,
 s.

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On Wednesday 06 February 2002 23:34, Jakub wrote:

> Weird. make install DEST=foo have been a Proper Way (TM) since I
> remember. I know what's DEST supposed to do. And it *DOES* it quite
> well on most OS i worked with. Strange things happen on BSD only.
>
> Still curious,
>  s.

for me DEST worked fine since i remember, too, but things changed a while 
ago...

but thats not something bsd specific... i use freebsd, and DEST still works 
very well, and i checked on openbsd too... but maybe, try gmake instead of 
make ?

Eugene

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its only --prefix in 1.7

1.6 is still DEST

>
> I also miss that, but I learn about that, when somebody reported that in
1.7
> DEST doesn't work anymore, and somebody said about --prefix.
> Actaully --prefix is correct way to install bot in different dir.
> DEST is just a hack, and it overwrites DEST variable in Makefile.
>



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On Wednesday 06 February 2002 23:42, you wrote:
> its only --prefix in 1.7
>
> 1.6 is still DEST

so, u mean

1.7 = ONLY --prefix

1.6 = --prefix OR DEST

so, in 1.6 u can use both, and 1.7 forces one to use --prefix?
i didnt check 1.7, so i dunno, but for 1.6 both should work, agree?

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Hello Jeff,

Wednesday, February 06, 2002, 2:42:17 PM, you wrote:

> its only --prefix in 1.7

> 1.6 is still DEST

In 1.6 --prefix also is working.

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> >Actaully --prefix is correct way to install bot in different dir.
> >DEST is just a hack, and it overwrites DEST variable in Makefile.

> Weird. make install DEST=foo have been a Proper Way (TM) since I
> remember. I know what's DEST supposed to do. And it *DOES* it quite
> well on most OS i worked with. Strange things happen on BSD only.

afaik, DEST=... only works(/worked) with eggdrop...
./configure --prefix=... works with the vast majority of *nix programs and
is therefore the prefered way of doing it (to maintain/get compatibility
with other programs - rather than just eggdrops way of doing it)

Bob


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This happen cause the langauge files are not in the place where 
the eggdrop look for them.

either make install
or change your config file so the langauge path would be to the right
place.

Ely Levy
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On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Jose Luiz Oliveira wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I am having this problem with messages, I am using the version 1.6.4 now and
> I already tested in the version 1.6.8.
> 
> This is the problem:
> 
> <bot> ### MSGC00C:
> <bot>  1. bot (Feb 05 23:34)
> <bot>  2. bot (Feb 05 23:34)
> <bot> ### MSGC00E.
> <bot> *** w3 joined the party line.
> <w3> .notes read
> <bot>1. bot (Feb 05 23:34): Welcome to Eggdrop! =]
> <bot>2. bot (Feb 05 23:34): introduced to w3 from *!w3@*.com.br
> <bot> [02:18] #w3# notes read
> <w3> .notes erase
> <bot> MSGC010.
> <bot> [02:18] #w3# notes erase
> 
> Look "MSGC00C, MSGC00E, MSGC010"
> 
> Running on FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE
> Using Tcl library: /usr/local/lib/tcl8.3
> Tcl version: 8.3 (header version 8.3)
> Tcl patchlevel: 8.3.3 (header patchlevel 8.3.3)
> 
> If somebody has some solution...
> 
> Thank's
> jose luiz
> 
> 


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1.6 bots should work with DEST.


Ely Levy
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On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Michael Ortmann wrote:

> On Wednesday 06 February 2002 23:42, you wrote:
> > its only --prefix in 1.7
> >
> > 1.6 is still DEST
> 
> so, u mean
> 
> 1.7 = ONLY --prefix
> 
> 1.6 = --prefix OR DEST
> 
> so, in 1.6 u can use both, and 1.7 forces one to use --prefix?
> i didnt check 1.7, so i dunno, but for 1.6 both should work, agree?
> 
> Eugene
> 
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On Thursday 07 February 2002 12:15, Ely wrote:
> This happen cause the langauge files are not in the place where
> the eggdrop look for them.

well, i last saw this MSGC123 error when i checked the sh*tty 2.0 c++ clone 
of eggdrop ;-) there all i had was MSG error when i expected something 
readable... ;-)

i hope this stuff is not too much o/t

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What is the chance of getting for instance a new option when sharing?
set share-channels 1
set share-channels-secret 0

if the latter is 1 also.. it shares even secret channels across the=
 botnet...
else it shares only non secrets.. the same way it shares users.. So that=
 all bots are at all channels... except maybe channels that are secret..
or you could add one more option.. like global-owner has global-owners..=
 you could have..

set global-share-channels "list list list"

then only those channels where shared..

Just an idea since the csynch.tcl I tried did not actually work as good..



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Hello Ronny,

Thursday, February 07, 2002, 6:49:55 AM, you wrote:

> What is the chance of getting for instance a new option when sharing?
> set share-channels 1
> set share-channels-secret 0

> if the latter is 1 also.. it shares even secret channels across the botnet...
> else it shares only non secrets.. the same way it shares users.. So that all bots are at all channels... except maybe channels that are secret..
> or you could add one more option.. like global-owner has global-owners.. you could have..

> set global-share-channels "list list list"

> then only those channels where shared..

> Just an idea since the csynch.tcl I tried did not actually work as good..

I don't think this is needed, we already have +shared channel flag.
And also we can use:
.botattr bot |+p #chan

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What is the chance of getting for instance a new option when sharing?
set share-channels 1
set share-channels-secret 0

if the latter is 1 also.. it shares even +secret channels across the=
 botnet...
else it shares only non secrets.. the same way it shares users.. So that=
 all bots are at all channels... except maybe channels that are secret..
or you could add one more option.. like global-owner has global-owners..=
 you could have..

set global-share-channels "list list list"

then only those channels where shared..

Just an idea since the csynch.tcl I tried did not actually work as good as=
 I had hoped.



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Since i dont have the knowledge or time to do this myself I'm just going to
pass the idea on...

Current logging system is ok. Its ok to keep logfiles on the shell machines
but with large botnets it would be really nice to be able to keep all logs
in the same place without worrying about logs being altered.

My suggestion is... Make log modules.

1. Default logging (un affected... just like it currently is - logging to
files on the shell)
2. MySQL logging (would be nice to log to a mysql server and then access the
info from there)
3. Syslog logging (This is what I would like to be able to do. Have my
complete botnet log everything to a machine with a syslog deamon who stores
all my info. There i can rotate the logs, zip them and whatever).

What would have to be done?

I'm not exactly sure how built in the logging system is but the first step
would be making logging modules possible. Then I would like to see the
syslog module come to life.

If there's anyone besides me who think this is a good idea.. Go ahead :o)

Best regards,
Andri aka Merlin at IRCnet
My 15 cents...



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Date: Mon Feb 11 07:01:03 2002
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is there any TCL script that can do something like this:

when user join to channel Bot send him msg to identify himself...
and then user can type soemthig like /msg bot auth nick pwd
and option off/on if user have no host set to ban/kick him.


more options
for high security channels option (this can be OFF / ON)

if user host is not found when user try to auth./join channel
than option for user to add host if flag on that user for that option 
exist.(like custo flag A to Z).
and/or some option for more secure that user can stay on # 5mins and all 
OPS r notified via msg and notice about that user and NOTE for owner 
that specifi user tried to identify but no host set.

sory about confuse
cheers




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Date: Mon Feb 11 07:06:04 2002
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  Hello

  I have following configuration :

  Sun Ultra 10
  Solaris 8
  TCL 8.3.3

  I tried to compile eggdrop 1.6.8

  typed :
  ./configure -> OK
  make config -> OK
  make -> following error

> make
(This may take a while.  Go get some runts.)
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c bg.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botcmd.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botmsg.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botnet.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c chanprog.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c cmds.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dcc.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dccutil.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dns.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c flags.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c language.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   \
'-DCCFLAGS="gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  "' \
'-DLDFLAGS="gcc -pipe"' \
'-DSTRIPFLAGS="strip"' -c ./main.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c mem.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c misc.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c misc_file.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c modules.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c net.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c rfc1459.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcl.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcldcc.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tclhash.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tclmisc.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcluser.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c userent.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c userrec.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c users.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I. -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c md5c.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c inet_aton.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c snprintf.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c memset.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c memcpy.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c strcasecmp.c
gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c strftime.c
---------- Yeah! that's the compiling, now the linking! ----------

Linking eggdrop...

gcc -pipe -o ../eggdrop bg.o botcmd.o botmsg.o botnet.o chanprog.o cmds.o dcc.o  dccutil.o dns.o flags.o language.o main.o mem.o misc.o misc_file.o  modules.o net.o rfc1459.o tcl.o tcldcc.o tclhash.o tclmisc.o  tcluser.o userent.o userrec.o users.o  -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket md5/md5c.o compat/*.o `cat mod/mod.xlibs`
strip ../eggdrop
Successful compile: eggdrop


Eggdrop v1.6.8 (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2002 Eggheads
-rwxr-xr-x   1 soson    staff     353048 Feb 11 11:39 eggdrop
gcc -pipe -fPIC -g -O2 -I. -I../../.. -I../../..  -I../../../src/mod -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -DMAKING_MODS -c .././assoc.mod/assoc.c
mv assoc.o ../
gcc -pipe -o ../../../assoc.so ../assoc.o -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
Undefined                       first referenced
 symbol                             in file
main                                /opt/sfw/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.8/2.95.2/crt1.o
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to ../../../assoc.so
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `../../../assoc.so'
Current working directory /export/home/soson/install/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod/assoc.mod
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `assoc.mod_so'
Current working directory /export/home/soson/install/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `modules'
>

do you have any idea what could be wrong with this ?
  
thanx for any ideas :-)

s0s0n
soch at telecom.sk


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Date: Mon Feb 11 08:06:03 2002
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Try make clean
./configure
make config
make static
make sinstall

(You may also need to disable the optimization use --help switch on
configure to show you how to do that)

dw
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>   Hello
>
>   I have following configuration :
>
>   Sun Ultra 10
>   Solaris 8
>   TCL 8.3.3
>
>   I tried to compile eggdrop 1.6.8
>
>   typed :
>   ./configure -> OK
>   make config -> OK
>   make -> following error
>
> > make
> (This may take a while.  Go get some runts.)
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c bg.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botcmd.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botmsg.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botnet.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c chanprog.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c cmds.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dcc.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dccutil.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dns.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c flags.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c language.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   \
> '-DCCFLAGS="gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  "' \
> '-DLDFLAGS="gcc -pipe"' \
> '-DSTRIPFLAGS="strip"' -c ./main.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c mem.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c misc.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c misc_file.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c modules.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c net.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c rfc1459.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcl.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcldcc.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tclhash.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tclmisc.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcluser.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c userent.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c userrec.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c users.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I. -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
md5c.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
inet_aton.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
snprintf.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c memset.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c memcpy.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
strcasecmp.c
> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
strftime.c
> ---------- Yeah! that's the compiling, now the linking! ----------
>
> Linking eggdrop...
>
> gcc -pipe -o ../eggdrop bg.o botcmd.o botmsg.o botnet.o chanprog.o cmds.o
dcc.o  dccutil.o dns.o flags.o language.o main.o mem.o misc.o misc_file.o
modules.o net.o rfc1459.o tcl.o tcldcc.o tclhash.o tclmisc.o  tcluser.o
userent.o userrec.o
users.o  -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
md5/md5c.o compat/*.o `cat mod/mod.xlibs`
> strip ../eggdrop
> Successful compile: eggdrop
>
>
> Eggdrop v1.6.8 (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2002 Eggheads
> -rwxr-xr-x   1 soson    staff     353048 Feb 11 11:39 eggdrop
>
gcc -pipe -fPIC -g -O2 -I. -I../../.. -I../../..  -I../../../src/mod -DHAVE_
CONFIG_H  -DMAKING_MODS -c .././assoc.mod/assoc.c
> mv assoc.o ../
> gcc -pipe -o ../../../assoc.so
../assoc.o -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
> Undefined                       first referenced
>  symbol                             in file
> main
/opt/sfw/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.8/2.95.2/crt1.o
> ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to
../../../assoc.so
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
> *** Error code 1
> make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `../../../assoc.so'
> Current working directory
/export/home/soson/install/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod/assoc.mod
> *** Error code 1
> make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `assoc.mod_so'
> Current working directory /export/home/soson/install/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod
> *** Error code 1
> make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `modules'
> >
>
> do you have any idea what could be wrong with this ?
>
> thanx for any ideas :-)
>
> s0s0n
> soch at telecom.sk


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Hi,

I created a function to give SENDPASS to the user (.sendpass $handle)
I am using the function of the module "blowfish" [decrypt $pass] only that
it asks for a key, that key is this?

thanx ;)

jose luiz


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you can't decrypt eggdrop passwords .. they are encrypted for a reason.

Jeff

> Hi,
>
> I created a function to give SENDPASS to the user (.sendpass $handle)
> I am using the function of the module "blowfish" [decrypt $pass] only that
> it asks for a key, that key is this?
>
> thanx ;)
>
> jose luiz
>
>


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Helllllp...

The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot gets
netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the conf), it
gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their channel
and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls 100
tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal thing.
Pease Help :P

tks in advance :)

Tyler


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On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 08:02:59PM -0400, Tyler Shaw wrote:
> The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot gets
> netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the conf), it
> gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
> channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their channel
> and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls 100
> tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal thing.

Sounds to me like you've got a protection script of some kind that
sees everyone rejoining at the same time and thinks it's a joinflood,
and sets +im to protect the channel.

If you're sure that's not the case, deop the bot and reop it, and see
if it sets +im. Also, check the output of .chaninfo #chan and see
what modes it's protecting.

-c


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Well, there isnt anything in my tcl that sets the channel +im. I know this
because I wrote it, and ive been through it over and over, it dosnt even
have +im in the tcl anywhere. :(

here is the chaninfo...

.chaninfo #mychannel
Settings for static channel #mychannel
Protect modes (chanmode): +stn
Idle Kick after (idle-kick): DON'T!
stopnethack: DON'T!
aop-delay: 5:30
revenge-mode: 1
To regain op's (need-op): request op #mychannel
To get invite (need-invite): request invite #mychannel
To get key (need-key): request key #mychannel
If I'm banned (need-unban): request unban #mychannel
When channel full (need-limit): request limit #mychannel
Other modes:
-inactive       +statuslog      -secret         +shared
+greet          -seen           +cycle          +dontkickops
+protectops     -protectfriends -revenge        -revengebot
-bitch          -autoop         +autovoice      -nodesynch
-enforcebans    -dynamicbans    +userbans
-dynamicexempts +userexempts    +dynamicinvites +userinvites
flood settings: chan ctcp join kick deop nick
number:           10    3    5    3    3    5
time  :           60   60   60   10   10   60

Could it be in the config file somewhere? It dosnt happen with 1.6.6 and
1.6.4. Im not using anything different except the new 1.6.8 complete config.
Which are all the same on every bot on the net. Any more suggestions???

Tyler

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> On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 08:02:59PM -0400, Tyler Shaw wrote:
> > The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot
gets
> > netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the
conf), it
> > gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
> > channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their
channel
> > and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls
100
> > tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal
thing.
>
> Sounds to me like you've got a protection script of some kind that
> sees everyone rejoining at the same time and thinks it's a joinflood,
> and sets +im to protect the channel.
>
> If you're sure that's not the case, deop the bot and reop it, and see
> if it sets +im. Also, check the output of .chaninfo #chan and see
> what modes it's protecting.
>
> -c
>


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On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 08:34:08PM -0400, Tyler Shaw wrote:
> Well, there isnt anything in my tcl that sets the channel +im. I know this
> because I wrote it, and ive been through it over and over, it dosnt even
> have +im in the tcl anywhere. :(
> 
> here is the chaninfo...
> 
> .chaninfo #mychannel
> Settings for static channel #mychannel
> Protect modes (chanmode): +stn
> Idle Kick after (idle-kick): DON'T!
> stopnethack: DON'T!
> aop-delay: 5:30
> revenge-mode: 1
> To regain op's (need-op): request op #mychannel
> To get invite (need-invite): request invite #mychannel
> To get key (need-key): request key #mychannel
> If I'm banned (need-unban): request unban #mychannel
> When channel full (need-limit): request limit #mychannel
> Other modes:
> -inactive       +statuslog      -secret         +shared
> +greet          -seen           +cycle          +dontkickops
> +protectops     -protectfriends -revenge        -revengebot
> -bitch          -autoop         +autovoice      -nodesynch
> -enforcebans    -dynamicbans    +userbans
> -dynamicexempts +userexempts    +dynamicinvites +userinvites
> flood settings: chan ctcp join kick deop nick
> number:           10    3    5    3    3    5
> time  :           60   60   60   10   10   60
> 
> Could it be in the config file somewhere? It dosnt happen with 1.6.6 and
> 1.6.4. Im not using anything different except the new 1.6.8 complete config.
> Which are all the same on every bot on the net. Any more suggestions???


Hmm, maybe turn off join flood protection (set it to 0) just to be
double sure it's not causing an issue?

-c


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Ok, Ok... :) 

exists some var global that it says the date that bot was compiled?

thanx again,
jose luiz

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> you can't decrypt eggdrop passwords .. they are encrypted for a reason.
> 
> Jeff



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It seems you are sure that was not a script, are you also sure that 
this mode really was set by your bot and not by other users or the 
server? If not it should help look in the logs and search what is 
wrong, you can for example also use the set debug-output 1 and 
set use-console-r 1and after that you can use rv for console or 
logs, maybe the reason is that the server misunderstand a 
modeline or similar.

Greeting Eule

On 11 Feb 2002, at 20:34, Tyler Shaw wrote:

> Well, there isnt anything in my tcl that sets the channel +im. I know this
> because I wrote it, and ive been through it over and over, it dosnt even
> have +im in the tcl anywhere. :(
> 
> here is the chaninfo...
> 
> .chaninfo #mychannel
> Settings for static channel #mychannel
> Protect modes (chanmode): +stn
> Idle Kick after (idle-kick): DON'T!
> stopnethack: DON'T!
> aop-delay: 5:30
> revenge-mode: 1
> To regain op's (need-op): request op #mychannel
> To get invite (need-invite): request invite #mychannel
> To get key (need-key): request key #mychannel
> If I'm banned (need-unban): request unban #mychannel
> When channel full (need-limit): request limit #mychannel
> Other modes:
> -inactive       +statuslog      -secret         +shared
> +greet          -seen           +cycle          +dontkickops
> +protectops     -protectfriends -revenge        -revengebot
> -bitch          -autoop         +autovoice      -nodesynch
> -enforcebans    -dynamicbans    +userbans
> -dynamicexempts +userexempts    +dynamicinvites +userinvites
> flood settings: chan ctcp join kick deop nick
> number:           10    3    5    3    3    5
> time  :           60   60   60   10   10   60
> 
> Could it be in the config file somewhere? It dosnt happen with 1.6.6 and
> 1.6.4. Im not using anything different except the new 1.6.8 complete config.
> Which are all the same on every bot on the net. Any more suggestions???
> 
> Tyler
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Clayton Fiske" <clay at bloomcounty.org>
> To: <eggheads at eggheads.org>
> Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 8:25 PM
> Subject: Re: Eggheads: Eggdrop 1.6.8 sets +im on netsplit rejoin
> 
> 
> > On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 08:02:59PM -0400, Tyler Shaw wrote:
> > > The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot
> gets
> > > netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the
> conf), it
> > > gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
> > > channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their
> channel
> > > and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls
> 100
> > > tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal
> thing.
> >
> > Sounds to me like you've got a protection script of some kind that
> > sees everyone rejoining at the same time and thinks it's a joinflood,
> > and sets +im to protect the channel.
> >
> > If you're sure that's not the case, deop the bot and reop it, and see
> > if it sets +im. Also, check the output of .chaninfo #chan and see
> > what modes it's protecting.
> >
> > -c
> >
> 



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> you can't decrypt eggdrop passwords .. they are encrypted for 
> a reason.

Out of curiosity, which is harder to bruteforce? Blowfish
encrypted paswords or MD5-hash passwords?

-Tin



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it all depends.

I'm guessing md5 since there are a few flaws in eggdrop's password style.
There are many factors there, how strong the pass is .. how lucky the
cracker is .. etc ...

Jeff

>
> Out of curiosity, which is harder to bruteforce? Blowfish
> encrypted paswords or MD5-hash passwords?
>



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Ey every1,

I've started recently http://eggdrop.start4all.com/
It's an international site, that contains as much as possible
links about eggdrops. Everything has it's own catagory,
like Support channels, Modules, Forums, doc's etc etc.
So everything is easy to find.
You can get linked too with the Link Submit form found at
http://djslash.selwerd.nl/start4all/?request=eggdrop

I want to get as much links as possible, so everybody
has use of this site.

Greetz,
Rutger aka DjSlash

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Hi

Could this be because you're sending a malformed MODE request to the server? I know undernet servers don't care about a + prefixing modes to be set..so if you /MODE #chan somenick, you'll actually set modes for the chars that are valid modes and get error messages for the rest... (somenick would be +smeni and +o if you provided another word that's a user currently on that channel and +k if you provide a third argument)

Just a thought... :)

At 20:02 11.02.2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Helllllp...
>
>The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot gets
>netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the conf), it
>gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
>channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their channel
>and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls 100
>tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal thing.
>Pease Help :P
>
>tks in advance :)
>
>Tyler
>


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Hi everyone

Can someone please shed some light on this:
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The first binding works perfectly, but I just can't get my script to =
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Why did you include the working one? You could have used that space to provide
info about important stuff like your eggdrop version etc. :P
Check if the bind is triggered (the hitcount showed by .binds notc)


At 14:36 12.02.2002 +0200, you wrote: 
>
> bind notc -|- start Tstart
>
> I just can't get my script to react on the second one.  Any ideas?
>
> <alcoholic>




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On Mon, 11 Feb 2002, Tyler Shaw wrote:

> Well, there isnt anything in my tcl that sets the channel +im. I know this
> because I wrote it, and ive been through it over and over, it dosnt even
> have +im in the tcl anywhere. :(
> 
> here is the chaninfo...
> 
> .chaninfo #mychannel
> Settings for static channel #mychannel
> Protect modes (chanmode): +stn
> Idle Kick after (idle-kick): DON'T!
> stopnethack: DON'T!
> aop-delay: 5:30
> revenge-mode: 1
> To regain op's (need-op): request op #mychannel
> To get invite (need-invite): request invite #mychannel
> To get key (need-key): request key #mychannel
> If I'm banned (need-unban): request unban #mychannel
> When channel full (need-limit): request limit #mychannel
> Other modes:
> -inactive       +statuslog      -secret         +shared
> +greet          -seen           +cycle          +dontkickops
> +protectops     -protectfriends -revenge        -revengebot
> -bitch          -autoop         +autovoice      -nodesynch
> -enforcebans    -dynamicbans    +userbans
> -dynamicexempts +userexempts    +dynamicinvites +userinvites
> flood settings: chan ctcp join kick deop nick
> number:           10    3    5    3    3    5
> time  :           60   60   60   10   10   60
> 
> Could it be in the config file somewhere? It dosnt happen with 1.6.6 and
> 1.6.4. Im not using anything different except the new 1.6.8 complete config.
> Which are all the same on every bot on the net. Any more suggestions???
> 
> Tyler
> 

Do you use any other tcl's? Such as sentinel? (which does have an option
to set a channel +mi in certain conditions...)

// Fredrik Löhr (aka NML_375)


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Andri Óskarsson wrote:

> My suggestion is... Make log modules.

I had the same idea while working on 1.7. At the time I decided to 
consider the idea some time later since threre are other priorities 
right now.


> 
> 1. Default logging (un affected... just like it currently is - logging to
> files on the shell)
> 2. MySQL logging (would be nice to log to a mysql server and then access the
> info from there)
> 3. Syslog logging (This is what I would like to be able to do. Have my
> complete botnet log everything to a machine with a syslog deamon who stores
> all my info. There i can rotate the logs, zip them and whatever).

Nice ideas... :)

 
> What would have to be done?


Prolly not much once libeggdrop is there...


> I'm not exactly sure how built in the logging system is but the first step
> would be making logging modules possible. Then I would like to see the
> syslog module come to life.
> 
> If there's anyone besides me who think this is a good idea.. Go ahead :o)

If you are interested, just start coding :)

ITE


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hehehehe no, I have run sentinel but got rid of it because of that. Im gonna
log the debug and raw output and see how that goes. but tks! :)

Tyler


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> On Mon, 11 Feb 2002, Tyler Shaw wrote:
>
> > Well, there isnt anything in my tcl that sets the channel +im. I know
this
> > because I wrote it, and ive been through it over and over, it dosnt even
> > have +im in the tcl anywhere. :(
> >
> > here is the chaninfo...
> >
> > .chaninfo #mychannel
> > Settings for static channel #mychannel
> > Protect modes (chanmode): +stn
> > Idle Kick after (idle-kick): DON'T!
> > stopnethack: DON'T!
> > aop-delay: 5:30
> > revenge-mode: 1
> > To regain op's (need-op): request op #mychannel
> > To get invite (need-invite): request invite #mychannel
> > To get key (need-key): request key #mychannel
> > If I'm banned (need-unban): request unban #mychannel
> > When channel full (need-limit): request limit #mychannel
> > Other modes:
> > -inactive       +statuslog      -secret         +shared
> > +greet          -seen           +cycle          +dontkickops
> > +protectops     -protectfriends -revenge        -revengebot
> > -bitch          -autoop         +autovoice      -nodesynch
> > -enforcebans    -dynamicbans    +userbans
> > -dynamicexempts +userexempts    +dynamicinvites +userinvites
> > flood settings: chan ctcp join kick deop nick
> > number:           10    3    5    3    3    5
> > time  :           60   60   60   10   10   60
> >
> > Could it be in the config file somewhere? It dosnt happen with 1.6.6 and
> > 1.6.4. Im not using anything different except the new 1.6.8 complete
config.
> > Which are all the same on every bot on the net. Any more suggestions???
> >
> > Tyler
> >
>
> Do you use any other tcl's? Such as sentinel? (which does have an option
> to set a channel +mi in certain conditions...)
>
> // Fredrik Löhr (aka NML_375)
>


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At 02:36 PM 2/12/2002 +0200, you wrote:
>Hi everyone
>
>Can someone please shed some light on this:
>
>bind pub -|- !start Tstart
>
>bind notc -|- start Tstart
>
>The first binding works perfectly, but I just can't get my script to react 
>on the second one.  Any ideas?
>
>Thanks...
>
><alcoholic>

Different bind types require different sets of arguments.

The pub and notc binds are perfect examples--notc's arguments are different 
than pub's
Therefore, you need seperate procedures for those 2 binds....
However, to make things easier, write 2 new proc's for the 2 binds and have 
them call your Tstart proc with the appropriate arguments...

And reading the tcl-commands.doc, bind notc works a little differently...

ie...

bind pub -|- !start Tpubmsg
bind pub -|- start* Tnotice

proc Tpubmsg {Nick uhost Handle Chan Args} {

#call the Tstart procedure
Tstart $Nick $uhost $Handle $Chan $Args
}

proc Tnotice {Nick uhost Handle Args Dest} {

#call the Tstart procedure, force Chan=#mychannel  (replace this with you 
channel name)
Tstart $Nick $uhost $Handle #mychannel $Args
}

proc Tstart {Nick uhost Handle Chan Args} {

#blah blah blah, whatever this procedure contains
}

Hope this helps



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it seems working
thanx for help

anyway i have another problem
I have two simmilar bots on diferent machines : sol8 and slackware

on PRIMARY_BOT (Sol8) i configure the SECONDARY_BOT as +s
on SECONDARY_BOT i configure the PRIMARY_BOT as +hp

that means of course PRIMARY is master and sends userfile

bots connect but that error msg on PRIMARY_BOT writes >
>> User file rejected by SEC_BOT: Not sharing userfile

where could be the problem ?
the userfile is from version 1.3. but works great with 1.6.8.
only transmitting is problem

Thanx

s0s0n


Monday, February 11, 2002, 3:05:41 PM, you wrote:

PJ> Try make clean
PJ> ./configure
PJ> make config
PJ> make static
PJ> make sinstall

PJ> (You may also need to disable the optimization use --help switch on
PJ> configure to show you how to do that)

PJ> dw
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PJ> From: "Peter Sochna - SoSo|\|" <sochna at telecom.sk>
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PJ> Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 12:06 PM
PJ> Subject: Eggheads: solaris 2.8. + egg 1.6.8. compilling problem


>>   Hello
>>
>>   I have following configuration :
>>
>>   Sun Ultra 10
>>   Solaris 8
>>   TCL 8.3.3
>>
>>   I tried to compile eggdrop 1.6.8
>>
>>   typed :
>>   ./configure -> OK
>>   make config -> OK
>>   make -> following error
>>
>> > make
>> (This may take a while.  Go get some runts.)
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c bg.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botcmd.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botmsg.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c botnet.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c chanprog.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c cmds.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dcc.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dccutil.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c dns.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c flags.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c language.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   \
>> '-DCCFLAGS="gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  "' \
>> '-DLDFLAGS="gcc -pipe"' \
>> '-DSTRIPFLAGS="strip"' -c ./main.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c mem.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c misc.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c misc_file.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c modules.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c net.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c rfc1459.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcl.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcldcc.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tclhash.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tclmisc.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c tcluser.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c userent.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c userrec.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c users.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I. -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
PJ> md5c.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
PJ> inet_aton.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
PJ> snprintf.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c memset.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c memcpy.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
PJ> strcasecmp.c
>> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I../.. -I../.. -I../../src -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c
PJ> strftime.c
>> ---------- Yeah! that's the compiling, now the linking! ----------
>>
>> Linking eggdrop...
>>
>> gcc -pipe -o ../eggdrop bg.o botcmd.o botmsg.o botnet.o chanprog.o cmds.o
PJ> dcc.o  dccutil.o dns.o flags.o language.o main.o mem.o misc.o misc_file.o
PJ> modules.o net.o rfc1459.o tcl.o tcldcc.o tclhash.o tclmisc.o  tcluser.o
PJ> userent.o userrec.o
PJ> users.o  -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
PJ> md5/md5c.o compat/*.o `cat mod/mod.xlibs`
>> strip ../eggdrop
>> Successful compile: eggdrop
>>
>>
>> Eggdrop v1.6.8 (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2002 Eggheads
>> -rwxr-xr-x   1 soson    staff     353048 Feb 11 11:39 eggdrop
>>
PJ> gcc -pipe -fPIC -g -O2 -I. -I../../.. -I../../..  -I../../../src/mod -DHAVE_
PJ> CONFIG_H  -DMAKING_MODS -c .././assoc.mod/assoc.c
>> mv assoc.o ../
>> gcc -pipe -o ../../../assoc.so
PJ> ../assoc.o -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
>> Undefined                       first referenced
>>  symbol                             in file
>> main
PJ> /opt/sfw/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.8/2.95.2/crt1.o
>> ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to
PJ> ../../../assoc.so
>> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
>> *** Error code 1
>> make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `../../../assoc.so'
>> Current working directory
PJ> /export/home/soson/install/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod/assoc.mod
>> *** Error code 1
>> make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `assoc.mod_so'
>> Current working directory /export/home/soson/install/eggdrop1.6.8/src/mod
>> *** Error code 1
>> make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `modules'
>> >
>>
>> do you have any idea what could be wrong with this ?
>>
>> thanx for any ideas :-)
>>
>> s0s0n
>> soch at telecom.sk

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On Mon, 11 Feb 2002, Peter Sochna - SoSo|\| wrote:

>   Sun Ultra 10
>   Solaris 8
>   TCL 8.3.3

I've got the same machine configuration at work, where i've been working 
to port a compatible dynamically linked Eggdrop to Solaris. In fact, I 
have the port complete -- I just need to add the changes I made into the 
configure script and submit them.

>   I tried to compile eggdrop 1.6.8

make sure you load the uptime module :)

> gcc -pipe -g -O2 -I.. -I.. -DHAVE_CONFIG_H   -c bg.c
               ^^^
Until I figure out what the problem with gcc's optimizations under 
Solaris/SPARC is, you should disable compiler optimizations using the 
--disable-cc-optimization configure script switch.

> gcc -pipe -o ../eggdrop bg.o botcmd.o botmsg.o botnet.o chanprog.o cmds.o dcc.o  dccutil.o dns.o flags.o language.o main.o mem.o misc.o misc_file.o  modules.o net.o rfc1459.o tcl.o tcldcc.o tclhash.o tclmisc.o  tcluser.o userent.o userrec.o users.o  -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket md5/md5c.o compat/*.o `cat mod/mod.xlibs`
> strip ../eggdrop
> Successful compile: eggdrop

Attempting to run this binary will probably return a SIGSEGV. 
Position-independent code (PIC) under Solaris is, well, weird, and like I 
said, until I figure out what the deal with gcc is and what functions it's 
breaking on, I can't control the optimizations. but, that's a battle left 
to when i have the time to conquer it.

> gcc -pipe -fPIC -g -O2 -I. -I../../.. -I../../..  -I../../../src/mod -DHAVE_CONFIG_H  -DMAKING_MODS -c .././assoc.mod/assoc.c
> mv assoc.o ../
> gcc -pipe -o ../../../assoc.so ../assoc.o -L/usr/local/lib -ltcl8.3 -lm -lpthread -ldl -lnsl -lsocket
> Undefined                       first referenced
>  symbol                             in file
> main                                /opt/sfw/lib/gcc-lib/sparc-sun-solaris2.8/2.95.2/crt1.o

[..]

> do you have any idea what could be wrong with this ?

I know exactly the problem in this case. under solaris, (and i don't know 
why this works for other operating systems and not solaris) gcc must be 
explicitly told that it's building a shared library (give it the -shared 
flag in the Makefile for that module). There are also some other 
referenced libraries that aren't explicitly specified on the link 
line's -l switch. For now, don't bother with editing the makefiles -- it's 
a bitch. Trust me on this. I'd be sitting here giving you instructions for 
hours. As it is, the compress module still doesn't work even on my ported 
version, so I have it disabled for the time being. It could just be that I 
have a broken libz on my box, but it's not at the op of my priority list 
just now, so it will wait until i finish the rest of the stuff i need to 
do for eggdrop.

> thanx for any ideas :-)

For now, here's what you want to do to get a (slow, inefficient) eggdrop 
running under Solaris.

configure --disable-cc-optimization
make config
make static
make sinstall

The next release of Eggdrop (1.6.9) should have Solaris shared object 
support. Not sure if I'll have optimizations fixed by then, but the shared 
library support will be in there.

hope this helps, and good luck!

 Kelsey Hudson                                           khudson at ctica.com 
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are you running sentinel or netbots?

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> Helllllp...
>
> The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot gets
> netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the conf),
it
> gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
> channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their
channel
> and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls 100
> tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal thing.
> Pease Help :P
>
> tks in advance :)
>
> Tyler
>
>



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--- ITE <ite at freesurf.ch> wrote:
> Andri Óskarsson wrote:
> 
> > My suggestion is... Make log modules.
> 
> I had the same idea while working on 1.7. At the time I decided to 
> consider the idea some time later since threre are other priorities 
> right now.

It shouldn't be too hard, because logfile.c is practically a module already.
That was my intent when I wrote it. I suggest that it should not be turned into
a normal module, though. For one thing, logging is used extensively in the
core. And for another, if it were a module, there would be no logging until
that module is loaded.

It would make sense to have ./configure options to choose the logging style.

> 
> 
> > 
> > 1. Default logging (un affected... just like it currently is - logging to
> > files on the shell)
> > 2. MySQL logging (would be nice to log to a mysql server and then access
> the
> > info from there)
> > 3. Syslog logging (This is what I would like to be able to do. Have my
> > complete botnet log everything to a machine with a syslog deamon who stores
> > all my info. There i can rotate the logs, zip them and whatever).
> 
> Nice ideas... :)
> 
>  
> > What would have to be done?
> 
> 
> Prolly not much once libeggdrop is there...
> 
> 
> > I'm not exactly sure how built in the logging system is but the first step
> > would be making logging modules possible. Then I would like to see the
> > syslog module come to life.
> > 
> > If there's anyone besides me who think this is a good idea.. Go ahead :o)
> 
> If you are interested, just start coding :)

Indeed, the syslog functionality would be easy to add (to the code, I'm not
sure about the configure script :). If you want to do it, all you have to do is
edit src/logfile.c. Wherever you see fprintf, you can substitute a call to
syslog. Then delete all the unnecessary stuff, like logfile rotation,
quick-logs, etc.

> 
> ITE
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im running TripNet.tcl, somthing I created on my own over the last 2 years.
I assure you it does NOT have any code in it that would trigger the +im
after a netsplit, or anyother time for that matter unless i used the .mode
#chan +im :)

Tyler


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> are you running sentinel or netbots?
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tyler Shaw" <tshaw at hfx.eastlink.ca>
> To: <eggheads at eggheads.org>
> Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 7:02 PM
> Subject: Eggheads: Eggdrop 1.6.8 sets +im on netsplit rejoin
>
>
> > Helllllp...
> >
> > The ever since I've upgraded my bots to 1.6.8 from 1.6.4 when the bot
gets
> > netsplit then rejoins the channel (the channel is set +tnsp in the
conf),
> it
> > gets opped then sets the channel +im. Sometimes the other bots -im the
> > channel but mostly the +im modes stay then my users can't join their
> channel
> > and get mad. Does anyone have a heads up on this. I've traced my tcls
100
> > tims and turned up NOTHING. This has got to be an eggdrop internal
thing.
> > Pease Help :P
> >
> > tks in advance :)
> >
> > Tyler
> >
> >
>
>


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Hi,

I am runing the eggdrop version 1.6.8 with the option + bitch.
I am that a problem is happening. You catch op normally with the bot without
problem no, I am that when do you move from nick the bot its strip op. In
the versions anterioes to 1.6 that does not happen



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> Hi,
> 
> I am runing the eggdrop version 1.6.8 with the option + bitch.
> I am that a problem is happening. You catch op normally with the bot without
> problem no, I am that when do you move from nick the bot its strip op. In
> the versions anterioes to 1.6 that does not happen


Check if the nick is not part of the username in the bot. Also make sure
that the user even exists in the bot. I'm running 1.6.8 as well and i
dont have the problem.

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>  Vitor de M. Carvalho
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does anyone out there know of module that allows you to read encrypted tcl
files??

Tyler


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On Friday 15 February 2002 03:44, you wrote:

[...]

> bastaard.vcf
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you need such a vcard?
all info that was included (your email) is allready in the meail header...

off topic, but i just had to post it...

Eugene

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On Thursday 14 February 2002 22:05, you wrote:
> does anyone out there know of module that allows you to read encrypted tcl
> files??
>
> Tyler

what do u mean by "encrypted tcl file" ?
i think first of all u must know wich encryption is used, before asking for a 
module, because most modules will only decrypt one encryption or some, but 
never all, i think...

anyways, u will need a key, a passphrase or such thing to decrypt some 
encryption anyways, imho...

Eugene

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yes yes, I can use RSA or Blowfish algorithms, I just need to know how to
pass a variable to eggdrop to make it read it as if it were a tcl file. I
can encrypt and decrypt the userfile and tcl's, just dont know how to
"source" it to the tcl interpreter once i get it decrypted.


Tyler



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> On Thursday 14 February 2002 22:05, you wrote:
> > does anyone out there know of module that allows you to read encrypted
tcl
> > files??
> >
> > Tyler
>
> what do u mean by "encrypted tcl file" ?
> i think first of all u must know wich encryption is used, before asking
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> module, because most modules will only decrypt one encryption or some, but
> never all, i think...
>
> anyways, u will need a key, a passphrase or such thing to decrypt some
> encryption anyways, imho...
>
> Eugene
>
> --
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>


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store it in a buffer and use eval to make tcl parse it?
just a quick idea not sure if its the correct one though hehe

dw
> can encrypt and decrypt the userfile and tcl's, just dont know how to
> "source" it to the tcl interpreter once i get it decrypted.
 



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eval() the decrypted script.

At 05:17 15.02.2002 -0400, you wrote:
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>
>
>Tyler
>

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uhm...did I say "eval()"...i meant "eval" :P

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--- Tyler Shaw <tshaw at hfx.eastlink.ca> wrote:
> yes yes, I can use RSA or Blowfish algorithms, I just need to know how to
> pass a variable to eggdrop to make it read it as if it were a tcl file. I
> can encrypt and decrypt the userfile and tcl's, just dont know how to
> "source" it to the tcl interpreter once i get it decrypted.

You could read the file into a string and use "eval" with a catch statement.


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At 01:37 AM 2/15/02 -0800, you wrote:
>--- Tyler Shaw <tshaw at hfx.eastlink.ca> wrote:
>> yes yes, I can use RSA or Blowfish algorithms, I just need to know how to
>> pass a variable to eggdrop to make it read it as if it were a tcl file. I
>> can encrypt and decrypt the userfile and tcl's, just dont know how to
>> "source" it to the tcl interpreter once i get it decrypted.
>
>You could read the file into a string and use "eval" with a catch statement.

  Just to clarify, you use the decrypt function (that's why it's there) to
decrypt the file to a temporary file (or into a temporary buffer) and eval
only the decrypted file, because I believe there's no way to eval an
encrypted buffer.  Of course if someone gets into your shell and REALLY
wants to know what your file is, it wouldn't be too hard to get a decrypted
version by using the source of your module (or maybe the already compiled
module? how hard would that be?).

  So I guess just always compile static binaries, hide the source at a
remote location, and somehow restrict the starting of your bot (this is a
lot of work so far just to protect an IRC channel, are they really worth
this much effort or is it just a "for fun" exercise?)

-KC


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"for fun" hehe and cuz i can, or at least i think i can. its a pain when ya
dont know how to program in 'c' hehe

Tyler

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> At 01:37 AM 2/15/02 -0800, you wrote:
> >--- Tyler Shaw <tshaw at hfx.eastlink.ca> wrote:
> >> yes yes, I can use RSA or Blowfish algorithms, I just need to know how
to
> >> pass a variable to eggdrop to make it read it as if it were a tcl file.
I
> >> can encrypt and decrypt the userfile and tcl's, just dont know how to
> >> "source" it to the tcl interpreter once i get it decrypted.
> >
> >You could read the file into a string and use "eval" with a catch
statement.
>
>   Just to clarify, you use the decrypt function (that's why it's there) to
> decrypt the file to a temporary file (or into a temporary buffer) and eval
> only the decrypted file, because I believe there's no way to eval an
> encrypted buffer.  Of course if someone gets into your shell and REALLY
> wants to know what your file is, it wouldn't be too hard to get a
decrypted
> version by using the source of your module (or maybe the already compiled
> module? how hard would that be?).
>
>   So I guess just always compile static binaries, hide the source at a
> remote location, and somehow restrict the starting of your bot (this is a
> lot of work so far just to protect an IRC channel, are they really worth
> this much effort or is it just a "for fun" exercise?)
>
> -KC
>


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Date: Sun Feb 17 13:26:01 2002
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Hallo eggheads,

in my .chan file are standing #autoop
but hte bot did not do this.

any idear?

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Hiyas,

I'm back (sort of... been extremely ill).
If I'm reading your mail correctly, you have +autoop ?
Well what this means is that those who have +o will be auto opped (although
I wouldn't recommend autoop and I don't think many would...). At any rate,
they must
have +o.

If you set +a then they will be autooped even if they do not have +o.

Example:

.chattr Metgod +a

would have the bot autoop me in every channel

.chattr Metgod +a #blah
would have the bot autoop me in #blah

.chattr Metgod +o
.chanset #blah +autoop

Would have the bot autoop me in #blah

If you have global +autoop then a simple .chattr Metgod +o would autoop me
in every channel. Does this help ?


At 08:25 PM 2/17/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>Hallo eggheads,
>
>in my .chan file are standing #autoop
>but hte bot did not do this.
>
>any idear?
>
>
Best Regards,

Metgod <metgod at hfactorx.org>
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Hej Metgod,

Metgod wrote:
> 
> Hiyas,
> 
> I'm back (sort of... been extremely ill).

Nothing really serious, I hope?

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Just to elaborate what many don't understand, in this example,
if you .chattr Metgod +a  ANYONE that matches ANY user at host
in the user record for Metagod will be auto-oped in any channel 
bot is oped in.  Also,  ANYONE that changes their ident to match
a mask will be autooped ! The latter is actually true for any
access, if a user changes to your user at host, they are effectively 
you, unless you run one of many anti-spoofing TCL's that is.

auto-op = Very Very bad UNLESS you have a totally static and secure
host 

Mike/StrGazer


Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 11:33:41 -0800
To: eggheads at eggheads.org
From: Metgod <metgod at hfactorx.org>
Subject: Re: Eggheads: chan flags
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Hiyas,

I'm back (sort of... been extremely ill).
If I'm reading your mail correctly, you have +autoop ?
Well what this means is that those who have +o will be auto opped (although
I wouldn't recommend autoop and I don't think many would...). At any rate,
they must
have +o.

If you set +a then they will be autooped even if they do not have +o.

Example:

.chattr Metgod +a

would have the bot autoop me in every channel

.chattr Metgod +a #blah
would have the bot autoop me in #blah

.chattr Metgod +o
.chanset #blah +autoop

Would have the bot autoop me in #blah

If you have global +autoop then a simple .chattr Metgod +o would autoop me
in every channel. Does this help ?


At 08:25 PM 2/17/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>Hallo eggheads,
>
>in my .chan file are standing #autoop
>but hte bot did not do this.
>
>any idear?
>
>
Best Regards,

Metgod <metgod at hfactorx.org>
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Date: Mon Feb 18 21:04:01 2002
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At 09:11 PM 2/18/2002 -0500, you wrote:

exactly !

I should have mentioned that.. ah well, I'm just returning.. Now I know
Kool Cat would be annoyed, who else would be annoyed if I responded as to
what happened here ?
In other words, when someone asks a question like DjSlash did, should it go
directly to him or others too ? I"m thinking directly to him but I'd like
input here...

See ya next time...


>
>
>Just to elaborate what many don't understand, in this example,
>if you .chattr Metgod +a  ANYONE that matches ANY user at host
>in the user record for Metagod will be auto-oped in any channel 
>bot is oped in.  Also,  ANYONE that changes their ident to match
>a mask will be autooped ! The latter is actually true for any
>access, if a user changes to your user at host, they are effectively 
>you, unless you run one of many anti-spoofing TCL's that is.
>
>auto-op = Very Very bad UNLESS you have a totally static and secure
>host 
>
>Mike/StrGazer
>
>
>Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2002 11:33:41 -0800
>To: eggheads at eggheads.org
>From: Metgod <metgod at hfactorx.org>
>Subject: Re: Eggheads: chan flags
>Reply-To: eggheads at eggheads.org
>
>Hiyas,
>
>I'm back (sort of... been extremely ill).
>If I'm reading your mail correctly, you have +autoop ?
>Well what this means is that those who have +o will be auto opped (although
>I wouldn't recommend autoop and I don't think many would...). At any rate,
>they must
>have +o.
>
>If you set +a then they will be autooped even if they do not have +o.
>
>Example:
>
>.chattr Metgod +a
>
>would have the bot autoop me in every channel
>
>.chattr Metgod +a #blah
>would have the bot autoop me in #blah
>
>.chattr Metgod +o
>.chanset #blah +autoop
>
>Would have the bot autoop me in #blah
>
>If you have global +autoop then a simple .chattr Metgod +o would autoop me
>in every channel. Does this help ?
>

Best Regards,

Metgod <metgod at hfactorx.org>
"My Terminal is my Soul"


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On Mon, Feb 11, 2002 at 08:02:59PM -0400, Tyler Shaw wrote:

Hi,

You hijacked a thread.

Please don't do this.

In order to not do this, you simply have to click 'new message'
instead of 'reply to message' when posting a new thread, instead
you clicked reply, deleted the content of the original message, changed
the subject, and posted.

it's really not that hard to type in, or cut & paste 'eggheads at eggheads.org'

			Have a nice day.

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On Fri, Feb 15, 2002 at 03:34:17PM -0500, Da' Kool Cat wrote:

>   So I guess just always compile static binaries, hide the source at a
> remote location, and somehow restrict the starting of your bot (this is a
> lot of work so far just to protect an IRC channel, are they really worth
> this much effort or is it just a "for fun" exercise?)

It's been done before multiple times, and successfully cracked (by me),
popular usage for such encrypted bots is for hacked boxes running
large DoS botnets.

It's highly frowned upon.

> 
> -KC

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In tclsh8.4, I type 'clock clicks', and it returns a
reasonable value.  When I try the same through
eggdrop, it returns a negative number, which
increases, as it should.  But, it should not be negative.

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Date: Tue Feb 19 18:20:02 2002
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Witch do you use in order to obtain negavie value?

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> In tclsh8.4, I type 'clock clicks', and it returns a
> reasonable value.  When I try the same through
> eggdrop, it returns a negative number, which
> increases, as it should.  But, it should not be negative.
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Date: Tue Feb 19 21:23:01 2002
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[21:20] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
[21:20] <eggdrop> TCL: 316877570

[21:21] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
[21:21] <lamestbot> TCL: 356090153

[21:21] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
[21:21] <bob> Tcl: 211850064

[21:22] <Edward> [20:22] tcl: evaluate (.tcl): clock clicks
[21:22] <Edward> TCL: 402661101

works great for me.

Jeff

> In tclsh8.4, I type 'clock clicks', and it returns a
> reasonable value.  When I try the same through
> eggdrop, it returns a negative number, which
> increases, as it should.  But, it should not be negative.
> 




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Date: Tue Feb 19 21:57:01 2002
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TCL does all of its calculations as a signed long, so after 2^32/2-1 or 
so, the number will become negative (just like any other language), if I 
recall.
However, this doesn't matter.  If you're trying to measure time, just do  
expr abs([clock clicks] - $oldtime)
the *difference* will be accurate, only the sign is what you have to worry 
about. hence the absolute value.


On Tue, 19 Feb 2002, Jeff Fisher wrote:

> [21:20] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
> [21:20] <eggdrop> TCL: 316877570
> 
> [21:21] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
> [21:21] <lamestbot> TCL: 356090153
> 
> [21:21] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
> [21:21] <bob> Tcl: 211850064
> 
> [21:22] <Edward> [20:22] tcl: evaluate (.tcl): clock clicks
> [21:22] <Edward> TCL: 402661101
> 
> works great for me.
> 
> Jeff
> 
> > In tclsh8.4, I type 'clock clicks', and it returns a
> > reasonable value.  When I try the same through
> > eggdrop, it returns a negative number, which
> > increases, as it should.  But, it should not be negative.
> > 
> 
> 
> 


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--- Jeff Fisher <guppy at techmonkeys.org> wrote:
> [21:20] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
> [21:20] <eggdrop> TCL: 316877570
> 
> [21:21] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
> [21:21] <lamestbot> TCL: 356090153
> 
> [21:21] <guppy> .tcl clock clicks
> [21:21] <bob> Tcl: 211850064
> 
> [21:22] <Edward> [20:22] tcl: evaluate (.tcl): clock
> clicks
> [21:22] <Edward> TCL: 402661101
> 
> works great for me.
My apologies, it looks like a TCL error...

[00:17:02] <ScrewBall> .tcl clock clicks
[00:17:03] <Echelon> Tcl: -1289488995

[wshs] /home/wshs$ tclsh8.3
% clock clicks
-1201363717
% exit
[wshs] /home/wshs$ tclsh8.4
% clock clicks
-1194086780
% exit

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thank you for sharing with us, brother Ely :)

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I gather you would like it to return unsigned long instead
use format to accomplish that.

[format %ul [clock clicks]]

Per Johansson (dw!#Eggdrop at IRC)

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> [mailto:eggheads-admin at eggheads.org] On Behalf Of Michael Reynolds
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> 
> In tclsh8.4, I type 'clock clicks', and it returns a
> reasonable value.  When I try the same through
> eggdrop, it returns a negative number, which
> increases, as it should.  But, it should not be negative.




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