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#240804 28/02/13 05:09 PM
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is there any way of bypassing $os on older mirc versions (6.1x, 6.2x)

vinifera #240806 28/02/13 07:00 PM
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Any built-in alias can be overwritten just by defining your own.

Loki12583 #240807 28/02/13 07:03 PM
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not all
when i did

alias os { return bla }

it still bypasses it

vinifera #240809 28/02/13 07:06 PM
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Your're right, looks like the answer is 'no' then.

vinifera #240810 28/02/13 07:11 PM
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$identifier always call the built-in identifier if it exists, otherwise the custom identifier if it exists, $null otherwise.

$/identifier always call the custom identifier if it exists, $null otherwise.

$~identifier always call the built-in identifier if it exists, $null otherwise.

In any case, overriding a built in command/identifier is not a good idea, make $_os and use that if you can.


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vinifera #240811 28/02/13 07:12 PM
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As far as the /help goes.. No.

/help Custom Identifiers

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Note: Built-in identifiers of the same name have priority.


Create your own.


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