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Sun Oct 24 13:22:40 2010 UTC (8 years, 8 months ago) by pseudo
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: HEAD
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Changes since 1.5: +0 -1 lines
Removed the never-give-up, sort-users and kick-fun/ban-fun variables. Sorting users shouldn't be a challenge for CPUs nowadays. The rest are rarely used and can be scripted.

1 simple 1.1 %{help=help}%{-}
2     DCC commands for %B, %V:
3     For all users:
4     %bwho away quit whom%b
5     %bme page match motd%b
6     %bbots newpass chat handle%b
7     %bwhoami echo strip su%b
8     %btrace fixcodes bottree vbottree%b
9     %bbotinfo relay -host%b
10     %{o|o}
11     For ops:
12     %baddlog console match whois%b
13     %{+t}
14     For botnet masters:
15     %b+bot botattr chhandle chpass%b
16     %b+host -bot link chaddr%b
17     %bboot unlink banner dccstat%b
18     %{+m|m}
19     For channel masters:
20     %bchattr save backup reload%b
21     %bstatus traffic uptime%b
22     %{+m}
23     For global masters:
24     %b+user +ignore comment binds%b
25     %bignores -user -ignore dccstat%b
26     %bdebug rehash restart module%b
27     %{+n}
28     For owners:
29     %bdie simul loadmod unloadmod%b
30     %blanguage set tcl rehelp%b
31     %bmodules +lang -lang +lsec%b
32     %b-lsec lstat relang ldump%b
33     %{-}
34     All commands begin with '.', and all else goes to the party line.
35     %{+m}
36    
37     Text starting with ',' is sent ONLY to bot-masters.
38     %{-}
39    
40     You can get help on individual commands: %b'.help <command>'%b.
41     %{+n}
42     Extra help relating to loaded modules may be obtained by typing
43     %b'.help <module> module'%b. Possible modules include:
44     %bassoc channels compress console ctcp%b
45     %bfilesys irc notes seen server%b
46 pseudo 1.5 %bshare transfer uptime%b
47 simple 1.1 %{-}
48    
49     You may receive a list of commands provided by all loaded modules by
50     using %b'.help all'%b. If you only remember a part of the command's
51     name you are searching for, just use wildcards (e.g. %b'.help *bot*'%b),
52     and all matching help texts will be displayed.
53     %{help=partyline}%{-}
54     %B party-line commands:
55     %b.quit%b Use this command to leave the party line.
56     %b.whom%b [channel] Shows a list of all users on the party line, or on a
57     particular channel.
58     %b.whom *%b Shows a list of all users, indicating which ones are
59     on the party line.
60     %b.chat%b <channel> Makes you leave the main partyline channel and join a
61     specific channel (valid channels are 1 to 99999, channel 0
62     is the party line).
63     %b.me%b <action> Preform an action to the party line.
64     %b.handle%b <handle> Changes your nick on party line.
65     %b.help%b <command> Shows more help on a specific command.
66    
67     See '%b.help all%b' for a complete list of commands.
68     All commands begin with '.', and all else goes to the party line.
69     %{+m}
70    
71     Text starting with ',' is sent ONLY to bot-masters.
72     %{help=common}%{+o|o}
73     ### %bcommon (the +c 'common' flag)%b
74     Sometimes a lot of people use IRC from the same account, for example, a
75     public telnet site, where many people can have the same user@host. For
76     that reason, they can't use a traditional user record because they will
77     appear to all be the same user.
78    
79     In such cases, create a user record for the account, and set it +c, or
80     "common access", via the chanset command. Marking it as "common access"
81     means that it shouldn't be used as a definitive address. When someone
82     introduces themselves to the bot (i.e. by /msg "hello") and matches
83     as a +c user, they will be given a new user record which identifies them
84     BY NICKNAME.
85    
86     Obviously, people with that kind of user record shouldn't be given much
87     special access, as when they change nicknames the bot will identify them
88     as someone else.
89    
90     See also: chattr, whois
91     %{help=+lang}%{+n}
92     ### %b+lang%b <language>
93     Adds a new language to the top of the language list. All sections are
94     rechecked to test if there are language files supporting the language.
95    
96     See also: -lang, +lsec, -lsec, lstat, relang
97     %{help=-lang}%{+n}
98     ### %b-lang%b <language>
99     Removes a language from the language list. If possible, the next available
100     language will be loaded.
101    
102     See also: +lang, +lsec, -lsec, lstat, relang
103     %{help=+lsec}%{+n}
104     ### %b+lsec%b <section>
105     Adds a new language section. The bot tries to load the section with the
106     preferred language if possible.
107    
108     See also: -lang, +lang, -lsec, lstat, relang
109     %{help=-lsec}%{+n}
110     ### %b-lsec%b <section>
111     Removes a language section. The language bindings are not removed, however.
112    
113     See also: +lang, -lang, +lsec, lstat, relang
114     %{help=lstat}%{+n}
115     ### %blstat%b
116     Shows the language statistics: all selected languages and a list of all
117     language sections.
118    
119     See also: +lang, -lang, +lsec, -lsec, relang
120     %{help=ldump}%{+n}
121     ### %bldump%b
122     Dumps all language data to the partyline.
123    
124     See also: +lang, -lang, +lsec, -lsec, relang, lstat
125     %{help=relang}%{+n}
126     ### %brelang%b
127     Try to find language files with a more preferred language than right now.
128    
129     See also: +lang, -lang, +lsec, -lsec, lstat
130     %{help=tcl}%{+n}
131     ### %btcl%b <command>
132     Executes the specified Tcl command.
133    
134     See doc/tcl-commands.doc for details on Tcl commands added to Eggdrop, and
135     visit http://tcl.activestate.com/ for more information on Tcl.
136     %{help=set}%{+n}
137     ### %bset%b <variable> [value]
138     Changes the values of config-file settings of the bot, or, if used without
139     a value parameter, shows the current value of a setting. Any config file
140     setting changed with this command will be reset when the config file is
141     reloaded. Here are the variables that can be modified with this command
142     (note that other modules can add variables):
143     %{cols=4}
144     botnet-nick
145     userfile
146     motd
147     paranoid-telnet-flood
148 pseudo 1.3 vhost4
149     vhost6
150     prefer-ipv6
151     listen-addr
152 simple 1.1 telnet-banner
153     admin
154 pseudo 1.3 userfile-perm
155 simple 1.1 use-telnet-banner
156     temp-path
157     notify-newusers
158     owner
159     nat-ip
160 pseudo 1.3 cidr-support
161 simple 1.1 dcc-sanitycheck
162     network
163     whois-fields
164     username
165     version
166     firewall
167     telnet-flood
168     ignore-time
169     dcc-flood-thr
170     hourly-updates
171     connect-timeout
172     resolve-timeout
173     dupwait-timeout
174     require-p
175     keep-all-logs
176     open-telnets
177     stealth-telnets
178     handlen
179     reserved-portrange
180     console
181     default-flags
182     log-time
183     timestamp-format
184     max-logsize
185     quick-logs
186     logfile-suffix
187     quiet-save
188     remote-boots
189     max-socks
190 pseudo 1.4 ident-timeout
191     allow-dk-cmds
192 simple 1.1 max-logs
193     protect-telnet
194 pseudo 1.3 switch-logfiles-at
195 simple 1.1 share-unlinks
196 pseudo 1.3 ssl-privatekey
197     ssl-certificate
198     ssl-privatekey
199     ssl-certificate
200     ssl-capath
201     ssl-cafile
202 pseudo 1.4 ssl-verify-depth
203 pseudo 1.3 ssl-cert-auth
204     ssl-verify-bots
205     ssl-verify-dcc
206 pseudo 1.4 ssl-verify-clients
207 simple 1.1 %{end}
208     Use %b'.help set <variable>'%b for more info on each variable.
209     %{help=all}%{-}
210     ### %bcore%b commands
211     For all users:
212     %bwho away quit whom%b
213     %bme page match motd%b
214     %bbots newpass chat handle%b
215     %bwhoami echo strip su%b
216     %btrace fixcodes bottree vbottree%b
217     %bbotinfo relay -host%b
218     %{o|o}
219     For ops:
220     %baddlog console match whois%b
221     %{+t}
222     For botnet masters:
223     %b+bot botattr chhandle chpass%b
224     %b+host -bot link chaddr%b
225     %bboot unlink banner dccstat%b
226     %{+m|m}
227     For channel masters:
228     %bchattr save backup reload%b
229     %bstatus traffic uptime%b
230     %{+m}
231     For global masters:
232     %b+user +ignore comment binds%b
233     %bignores -user -ignore dccstat%b
234     %bdebug rehash restart module%b
235     %{+n}
236     For owners:
237     %bdie simul loadmod unloadmod%b
238     %blanguage set tcl rehelp%b
239     %bmodules +lang -lang +lsec%b
240     %b-lsec lstat relang ldump%b

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