[IRCServices Coding] NickServ Register then /identify

Andrew Church achurch at achurch.org
Tue Feb 26 17:23:36 PST 2002

>After REGISTERing a nick, NickServ should see you as fully identified. Since
>REGISTER doesn't call set_identified() to update stuff, and lets you change
>your nick before updating last-seen times (like it should), do_register()
>should have a ni->id_stamp = u->servicestamp; and not wait for the first
>/identify.  As you see below, you still have to identify even after
>registering to get fully-authenticated.

     Fixed, thanks.

  --Andrew Church
    achurch at achurch.org

>There could be other consequences to this delayed-stamping- like new memo
>notices not going to identified users using other nicks, although I havn't
>tested anything related to that..  I know, its sort of a nitpick :P
>[17:58:11] -> *nickserv* register password beng at nc.rr.com
>[17:58:11] #NickServ!services at example.net# Nickname beng1 has been
>registered to you.
>[17:58:11] #NickServ!services at example.net# Your password is password --
>remember this for later use.
>[17:58:18] *** Your nick is now beng2
>[17:58:22] *** Your nick is now beng1
>[17:58:22] #NickServ!services at example.net# This nickname is registered and
>protected. If it is your nick, type /msg NickServ IDENTIFY
>password. Otherwise, please choose a different nick.
>[17:58:23] -> *Nickserv* status beng1
>[17:58:23] #NickServ!services at example.net# STATUS beng1 1
>[17:58:29] -> *nickserv* identify password
>[17:58:29] #NickServ!services at example.net# Password accepted -- you are now
>[17:58:33] *** Your nick is now beng2
>[17:58:35] *** Your nick is now beng1
>[17:58:38] -> *Nickserv* status beng1
>[17:58:38] #NickServ!services at example.net# STATUS beng1 3
>-- Ben Goldstein (beng at nc.rr.com)
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