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Veres Lajos 2014-11-08 22:26:53 +00:00
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NEWS
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@ -368,7 +368,7 @@ v0.8.10 2005-12-11 The Irssi team <staff@irssi.org>
<charset> can be almost everything listed by 'iconv -l'
+ Added transpose_words, capitalize_word, downcase_word, upcase_word
key bindings
+ Avoid accidentaly /VER in a channel, by requiring parameter
+ Avoid accidentally /VER in a channel, by requiring parameter
- Pasted lines weren't added to command history. Some other paste
detection fixes
- Fixed /BIND escape_char
@ -1905,7 +1905,7 @@ v0.7.14 1999-08-22 Timo Sirainen <cras@irccrew.org> [unstable]
- /msg <tab> completion was a bit buggy, if someone sent you multiple
messages, you had to press tab multiple times until the nick changed
to someone else..
- Defaut format for signon time in whois displayed nick instead of
- Default format for signon time in whois displayed nick instead of
the signon time..
- Disconnecting server while it was still trying to connect hung irssi
- If old configuration file wasn't found, irssi (could have?) crashed
@ -2189,7 +2189,7 @@ v0.7.9 1999-04-22 Timo Sirainen <a@sicom.fi> [unstable]
that matched the parameters
- Commented out all GUI_INPUT_EXCEPTIONs .. I don't even know when
exceptions are sent and why (I thought that only when some error
occured..), Linux doesn't seem to send them ever? IRIX however sends
occurred..), Linux doesn't seem to send them ever? IRIX however sends
them all the time which made irssi eating all cpu.
- Fixed compiling gui-text with systems that had only slang/slang.h
- gui_widget_depends() had some bugs
@ -2635,7 +2635,7 @@ v0.3.2 1999-01-22 Timo Sirainen <a@sicom.fi> [unstable]
v0.3.1 1999-01-22 Timo Sirainen <a@sicom.fi>
* 4 days since last relase. too long :) I'm now starting to create
* 4 days since last release. too long :) I'm now starting to create
"unstable" versions of irssi. They have the latest and greatest
features while they might not build/work too well. Check
http://www.sicom.fi/~ikioma/irssi-download.html, new versions will

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@ -6,10 +6,10 @@
%9Parameters:%9
-current: Displays the output in the active window.
-window: Displays the ouput in the target window.
-window: Displays the output in the target window.
-level: Displays the output with a given message level.
The text ouput; if no target is given, the active window will be used.
The text output; if no target is given, the active window will be used.
%9Description:%9

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@ -796,7 +796,7 @@ Query->{}
address - Host address of the queries nick
server_tag - Server tag used for this nick (doesn't get erased if
server gets disconnected)
unwanted - 1 if the other side closed or some error occured (DCC chats)
unwanted - 1 if the other side closed or some error occurred (DCC chats)
Query
query_create(chat_type, server_tag, nick, automatic)
@ -1123,7 +1123,7 @@ Netsplit->{}
Netsplitserver->{}
server - The server nick was in
destserver - The other server where split occured.
destserver - The other server where split occurred.
count - Number of splits in server
Netsplitchannel->{}

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@ -493,7 +493,7 @@ scrollback buffer. Simplest usages are</p>
<pre>
/LASTLOG word - print all lines with "word" in them
/LASTLOG word 10 - print last 10 occurances of "word"
/LASTLOG word 10 - print last 10 occurrences of "word"
/LASTLOG -topics - print all topic changes
</pre>

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@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ main ()
echo "*** If you have an old version installed, it is best to remove it, although"
echo "*** you may also be able to get things to work by modifying LD_LIBRARY_PATH" ],
[ echo "*** The test program failed to compile or link. See the file config.log for the"
echo "*** exact error that occured. This usually means GLIB is incorrectly installed."])
echo "*** exact error that occurred. This usually means GLIB is incorrectly installed."])
CFLAGS="$ac_save_CFLAGS"
LIBS="$ac_save_LIBS"
fi

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@ -158,7 +158,7 @@ char *cmd_get_quoted_param(char **data);
/* get parameters from command - you should point free_me somewhere and
cmd_params_free() it after you don't use any of the parameters anymore.
Returns TRUE if all ok, FALSE if error occured. */
Returns TRUE if all ok, FALSE if error occurred. */
int cmd_get_params(const char *data, gpointer *free_me, int count, ...);
void cmd_params_free(void *free_me);

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@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ int net_gethostbyname_nonblock(const char *addr, GIOChannel *pipe,
int reverse_lookup);
/* Get host's name, call func when finished */
int net_gethostbyaddr_nonblock(IPADDR *ip, NET_HOST_CALLBACK func, void *data);
/* get the resolved IP address. returns -1 if some error occured with read() */
/* get the resolved IP address. returns -1 if some error occurred with read() */
int net_gethostbyname_return(GIOChannel *pipe, RESOLVED_IP_REC *rec);
/* Connect to server, call func when finished */

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@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ static int buffer_add(NET_SENDBUF_REC *rec, const void *data, int size)
/* Send data, if all of it couldn't be sent immediately, it will be resent
automatically after a while. Returns -1 if some unrecoverable error
occured. */
occurred. */
int net_sendbuffer_send(NET_SENDBUF_REC *rec, const void *data, int size)
{
int ret;

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@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ void net_sendbuffer_destroy(NET_SENDBUF_REC *rec, int close);
/* Send data, if all of it couldn't be sent immediately, it will be resent
automatically after a while. Returns -1 if some unrecoverable error
occured. */
occurred. */
int net_sendbuffer_send(NET_SENDBUF_REC *rec, const void *data, int size);
int net_sendbuffer_receive_line(NET_SENDBUF_REC *rec, char **str, int read_socket);

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@ -624,7 +624,7 @@ const char *net_gethosterror(int error)
int net_hosterror_notfound(int error)
{
#ifdef HAVE_IPV6
#ifdef EAI_NODATA /* NODATA is depricated */
#ifdef EAI_NODATA /* NODATA is deprecated */
return error != 1 && (error == EAI_NONAME || error == EAI_NODATA);
#else
return error != 1 && (error == EAI_NONAME);

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@ -342,7 +342,7 @@ GSList *nicklist_get_same_unique(SERVER_REC *server, void *id)
return rec.list;
}
/* nick record comparision for sort functions */
/* nick record comparison for sort functions */
int nicklist_compare(NICK_REC *p1, NICK_REC *p2, const char *nick_prefix)
{
int i;

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@ -7,5 +7,5 @@ char *server_tag;
time_t last_unread_msg;
unsigned int unwanted:1; /* TRUE if the other side closed or
some error occured (DCC chats!) */
some error occurred (DCC chats!) */
unsigned int destroying:1;

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@ -153,7 +153,7 @@ static int termcap;
all terminfo codes are invalid unless something has been pushed on
the stack and termcap strings will never push things on the stack
(%p isn't used by termcap). So where we have a choice we make the
decision by wether or not somthing has been pushed on the stack.
decision by whether or not somthing has been pushed on the stack.
The static variable termcap keeps track of this; it starts out set
to 1 and is incremented as each argument processed by a termcap % code,
however if something is pushed on the stack it's set to 0 and the
@ -170,7 +170,7 @@ static int termcap;
%c output pop as a char
%'c' push character constant c.
%{n} push decimal constant n.
%p[1-9] push paramter [1-9]
%p[1-9] push parameter [1-9]
%g[a-z] push variable [a-z]
%P[a-z] put pop in variable [a-z]
%l push the length of pop (a string)
@ -188,7 +188,7 @@ static int termcap;
%O logical or pop and pop and push the result
%! push the logical not of pop
%? condition %t if_true [%e if_false] %;
if condtion evaulates as true then evaluate if_true,
if condition evaulates as true then evaluate if_true,
else evaluate if_false. elseif's can be done:
%? cond %t true [%e cond2 %t true2] ... [%e condN %t trueN] [%e false] %;
%i add one to parameters 1 and 2. (ANSI)
@ -208,7 +208,7 @@ static int termcap;
(UW) %sx subtract parameter FROM the character x
%>xy if parameter > character x then add character y to parameter
%B convert to BCD (parameter = (parameter/10)*16 + parameter%16)
%D Delta Data encode (parameter = parameter - 2*(paramter%16))
%D Delta Data encode (parameter = parameter - 2*(parameter%16))
%i increment the first two parameters by one
%n xor the first two parameters by 0140
(GNU) %m xor the first two parameters by 0177
@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ static int termcap;
(GNU) %b backup to previous parameter
(GNU) %f skip this parameter
Note the two definitions of %a, the GNU defintion is used if the characters
Note the two definitions of %a, the GNU definition is used if the characters
after the 'a' are valid, otherwise the UW definition is used.
(GNU) used by GNU Emacs termcap libraries
@ -316,7 +316,7 @@ char *tparm(const char *str, ...) {
if ((sp[1] == 'p' || sp[1] == 'c')
&& sp[2] != '\0' && fmt == NULL) {
/* GNU aritmitic parameter, what they
realy need is terminfo. */
really need is terminfo. */
int val, lc;
if (sp[1] == 'p'
&& getarg(termcap - 1 + sp[2] - '@',

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@ -311,7 +311,7 @@ static void channel_checksync(IRC_CHANNEL_REC *channel)
signal_emit("channel sync", 1, channel);
}
/* Error occured when trying to execute query - abort and try again. */
/* Error occurred when trying to execute query - abort and try again. */
static void query_current_error(IRC_SERVER_REC *server)
{
SERVER_QUERY_REC *rec;

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@ -734,7 +734,7 @@ void servers_redirect_init(void)
"event 403", 1, /* no such channel */
"event 442", 1, /* "you're not on that channel" */
"event 479", 1, /* "Cannot join channel (illegal name)" IMHO this is not a logical reply from server. */
"event 472", -1, /* unknown mode (you should check e-mode's existance from 004 event instead of relying on this) */
"event 472", -1, /* unknown mode (you should check e-mode's existence from 004 event instead of relying on this) */
NULL,
NULL);
@ -747,7 +747,7 @@ void servers_redirect_init(void)
"event 403", 1, /* no such channel */
"event 442", 1, /* "you're not on that channel" */
"event 479", 1, /* "Cannot join channel (illegal name)" IMHO this is not a logical reply from server. */
"event 472", -1, /* unknown mode (you should check I-mode's existance from 004 event instead of relying on this) */
"event 472", -1, /* unknown mode (you should check I-mode's existence from 004 event instead of relying on this) */
NULL,
NULL);