Originally Posted By: Riamus2
You would need a timer that automatically checks the script file for changes (compare $md5 or similar to find out) and then use /reload if it changes.

Ok, I've been looking in the mIRC help file $md5. So, if I do //echo -a $md5(files/fun/fortune.txt) I get 0bca7c6a0c47c954973fd24783c7ce5b.

Can't really figure out how this should say the file has been edited (can't decode it.)

- EDIT -

Didn't saw the Nth part, I now have used //echo -a $md5(files/fun/fortune.txt,2) which appears to be different when I've changed the file.

Hope this'll work! Thanks

Last edited by DuXxXieJ; 16/06/11 11:50 PM.

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