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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002420||unreal||documentation||public||2005-03-12 07:43||2007-04-16 12:41|
|Fixed in Version||3.3-alpha0|
|Summary||0002420: Documentation doesn't tell us that we can do /kill nick1,nick2,...|
|Description||***** Kill *****|
Forcefully Disconnects a user from an IRC Server.
IRC Operator only command.
Syntax: KILL <user> <reason>
Example: KILL Jack16 Cloning is not allowed
But /kill <nick1>[,nick2,nick3,...] is possible ^^
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|3rd party modules|
||just add /massserverkill command then :)|
The reason is that... you can do /kill <user>,<user2>,<user3>
but on the helpop system and docs this is not "visible" anyware.
@White_Magic: /massserverkill is already available, just add an alias to /die :)
But yeah, it does seem as though the docs are a bit off.
I second this. I'd write up a patch but it's so trivial that the effort of writing vs the effort of reading/auditing/merging seems about equal.
Might be of note as well that Unreal does not support KICK multiple targets/channels, despite being specified in RFC 2812.
Mind you, the m_kick code appears to support it, but empirical testing says it does not work.
help.conf.patch2 (675 bytes)
||This is a simple fix. Can we get this done and resolved? ;)|
|Patched in .2356, not sure who patch owner is|
|2005-03-12 07:43||KnuX||New Issue|
|2005-03-12 10:52||White_Magic||Note Added: 0009567|
|2005-03-27 06:40||vonitsanet||Note Added: 0009666|
|2005-03-30 23:45||w00t||Note Added: 0009684|
|2006-06-05 00:48||tabrisnet||Note Added: 0011852|
|2007-04-15 23:26||WolfSage||File Added: help.conf.patch2|
|2007-04-15 23:26||WolfSage||Note Added: 0013429|
||Status||new => resolved|
||Fixed in Version||=> 3.3-alpha0|
||Resolution||open => fixed|
||Assigned To||=> stskeeps|
||Note Added: 0013458|