[IRCServices Coding] Finding the modes set via channel mode change

Jason farklem farklem at gmail.com
Wed Mar 29 20:49:26 PST 2006

Thank you very much Andrew.  I do have on last question that I forgot to ask
earlier.  Is it possible to see the source of a channel kick with the
"channel KICK" callback? Basicly the user that did the kick is what I am
referring to.
static int do_channel_kick(Channel *c, User *u, const char *reason);

On 3/29/06, Andrew Church <achurch at achurch.org> wrote:
> >1.  I can't find out how to get the channel mode changes that were made
> to
> >the channel using the "channel mode change" callback:
> >static int do_channel_mode_change(const char *source, Channel *c);
>      The callback only informs you of the fact that the modes have
> changed.
> If you want to know exactly what has changed, you'll need to keep your own
> copy of the modes (c->mode) for each channel.  I may change this for 5.1.
> >2.  This module logs user joins but everytime ircservices starts up, the
> >join callback is called for each user that is allready in the channel.  I
> >tried using is_on_chan() but I guess until services has fully started up,
> it
> >doesn't realize that the users are in the channel.
>      This is because of the way IRC works: when a server joins the
> network,
> all users are treated as if they had just joined the channels they are in.
> There's no way around this without rewriting the IRC protocol.
>   --Andrew Church
>     achurch at achurch.org
>     http://achurch.org/
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