[REQUEST] SWHOIS MODULE

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Syrax
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[REQUEST] SWHOIS MODULE

Post by Syrax » Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:02 pm

I searched on this forum and in google, and i have found nothing about it

Is there a module or a way to build one to change SWHOIS or add SWHOIS to an user like, using /chgswhois user line ?

I found a service module, but didnt work...

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Cheiron31
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Re: [REQUEST] SWHOIS MODULE

Post by Cheiron31 » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:06 am

@Syrax .. you can do it manually on unreal via the operblock and addign a swhois. you can use it for non opers too.. but it can only be added on the conf currently https://www.unrealircd.org/docs/FAQ#How ... n_.2FWHOIS unless a module gets made. But it can be done already

Gottem
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Re: [REQUEST] SWHOIS MODULE

Post by Gottem » Sun Feb 18, 2018 4:58 pm

What's the point of having a module for it anyways? Once the user quits IRC, all SWHOIS lines you set for them will be gone. By using the oper and/or vhost block's swhois option, it gets set automatically whenever they reconnect. ;]
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Syrax
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Re: [REQUEST] SWHOIS MODULE

Post by Syrax » Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:11 pm

right, but if i want to set it on services or unreal? i know this forum is not for services, but, if i want to set a SWHOIS line for a regular registered user? or, if there is a way to create a SWHOIS block so users could use it like /vhost?

i know it wont be created, its just a request

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Gottem
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Re: [REQUEST] SWHOIS MODULE

Post by Gottem » Mon Feb 19, 2018 10:05 pm

I have no idea what your purpose is for the additional SWHOIS line(s). Maybe using it in a vhost block will work for you, but you'd have to set an actual vhost for them I think (besides the swhois directive obviously). If that's no good, trying to get Anope's module to work might be worth another shot.
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