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what are the raw commands and what do they deal w/ #13999 03/03/03 04:52 PM
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what are all the raw commands? Perhaps there is a list? If somebody coudl direct me towards it.



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Re: what are the raw commands and what do they deal w/ #14000 03/03/03 04:57 PM
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there is a list called jeepsters numerics but i have no idea where to get it
i just use this code
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raw *:*: echo -s $numeric $1-
 


in my remotes to catch them and go from there smile hope that helps

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thats cheech, thats exactly what i needed



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Re: what are the raw commands and what do they deal w/ #14002 03/03/03 05:12 PM
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Or /debug @debug wink

Numerics differ on some servers, the best way is to get IRCd sources and look into src/s_err.c file.
Or you can use Google to search for IRC+numerics or something.

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On most networks, you can use /stats m to get a list of all the raw commands (but not their syntaxes). You have to keep in mind, though, that not all of those commands are for users; some are for IRC operators and some are even server-to-server only, or for use by services only.

For bahamut, I wrote up a file that contains the syntaxes for all 48 of the commands available (at the time - there are more now, though I don't think there are any more user commands). It's available here.


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