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irc ident user #235862 17/01/12 06:34 PM
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I am trying to find the(if one exists) get get the users host. The client i am using has a contextmenu command that says "get ident" which returns

isNick's identity: isNick@cpc2-cmbg6-0-0-cust231.5-4.cable.virginmedia.com

I know of course there is whois but i dont want to return all that. Is this client sending a whois and hiding the rest or is there a command to get just users host?

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If the nick appears in a channel list you can use $ial($nick), otherwise you could use global variables and raws to hide the extra info from a whois.

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In case any one is wondering why i need this. It's for a small irc client i am working on that needs to handle user ignore. I was going to base this on host mask but now is causing an issue.

When you join a room raw numeric 352 is returned. Names command. This does not hold the host mask. Currently when i need to ignore a user i have to whois them.

Xchat displays a nick ident command and a whois command in it's context menu. Only way i can think of getting users is by sending a who #channel.


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Originally Posted By: Loki12583
If the nick appears in a channel list you can use $ial($nick), otherwise you could use global variables and raws to hide the extra info from a whois.


I am not using mIRC, but that is what i am currently doing in my client using a boolean.

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Maintain a data structure for users, when a user speaks their address is given, so fill it in at that point (and on a whois, join, or any other appropriate event). If the user has not spoken at the point you wish to ignore them, issue a /userhost command. The server will respond with a raw 302. (I found this using /debug.) This is how mIRC appears to behave.

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Originally Posted By: Loki12583
Maintain a data structure for users, when a user speaks their address is given, so fill it in at that point (and on a whois, join, or any other appropriate event). If the user has not spoken at the point you wish to ignore them, issue a /userhost command. The server will respond with a raw 302. (I found this using /debug.) This is how mIRC appears to behave.


Thanks for the reply. I have spent the last few hours writing a structure that handles the WHO reply on join. Userhost was the command i was after.

I do have mIRC with debug on. But must of missed it and in the reply.

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