Eggheads: About userinfo.tcl in the next 1.6.14 release
ting at runbox.no
Wed Apr 23 11:34:37 CST 2003
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Frank" <eggheads at cosmo-canyon.de>
To: "Eggdrop Discussion List" <eggheads at eggheads.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2003 7:13 PM
Subject: Re: Eggheads: About userinfo.tcl in the next 1.6.14 release
> Ronny Vårdal wrote:
> >Also.. Not regarding to the userinfo.tcl, but when speaking of the
> >If I .chattr someone +o #channel2, then I do .chattr someone -o
#channel2, the user whois would say:
> >15:21:02 bot : HANDLE PASS NOTES FLAGS LAST
> >15:21:02 bot : someone yes 0 hp 13:35 (@bot)
> >15:21:02 bot : #channel2 - never
> >why have the "-" and not just if "-" just remove the line completely?
> Because there's still info saved in the userfile about the channel: e.g.
> an info-line (can be channel specific) and the "last seen time". If you
> want to remove alls infos about a channel from a user simply use:
> .-chrec someone #channel2
> This removes flags as well as info lines and the last seen entry.
> Daniel Frank
I do not agree...
I once got a .tcl line on #eggdrop to wipe out every #channel record on
users that had no flags ("-").
Of course if someone doesn't even have globalflags or other channel flags..
then you could remove the user with .-user <user>.
I'm talking about when .chattr -flag = +flag, so that the user stands
without ANY flags for a channel.. why then keep the channel line? Obviously
the user isn't there anymore, or shouldn't be of importance on it.
Med vennlig hilsen / Yours truly
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