IRC:exec aliases

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IRC:exec

join

join #channel (don't have to be channel op)

sed

~sed on|off
[nick[:|,|>|.] ]s/pattern/replace[/[g]] (similar to SedBot)

part

~part (bot leaves channel)

list

~list (lists available commands)

list-auth

~list-auth (lists available commands requiring NickServ account authorization)

define

~define term

define-add

~define-add term, meaning

define-count

~define-count

define-delete

~define-delete

define-list

~define-list

define-sources

~define-sources

isup

~isup host[:port] (checks connection, returns http status if found)

header

~header <header> <url>
returns value of header (if found)
fails silently if error occurs or header not found

rainbow

~rainbow text

translate

~translate tolang text (auto-detects source lang, eg: ~translate en prueba)

translate-sl

~translate-sl fromlang tolang text (eg: ~translate-sl es en prueba)

time

~time location

weather

Syntax: ~weather location

Example usage:

  • ~weather JFK
  • ~weather vostok, aq
  • ~weather crutchy

Related commands:

Developer(s): crutchy

Source:

weather-add

Syntax: ~weather-add name location

Developer(s): crutchy

Source:

Related commands:

Description:

Enables storing a short name to refer to a longer location description when using the ~weather or ~time commands.

If a name already exists, setting it again will overwrite the existing named location.

Names cannot be deleted at this stage.

A few thousand ICAO and IATA/FAA airport codes have been imported into the codes file thanks to OpenFlights.


<crutchy> ~weather-add crutchy melbourne australia
<exec> code "crutchy" set for location "melbourne australia"

queue

~queue (returns number of SN submissions in the queue)

lock

~lock alias|~unlock (treats all lines entered as being prefixed with alias, channel-specific)

location

~location code

count

~count <nick>

first

~first <nick>

last

~last <nick>

find-first

~find-first <text>

find-last

~find-last <text>