Eggdrop Command Reference (Server)

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The server module provides all that's needed to get a bot on a server and sitting there. It provides server connection, raw irc, and private message/notice/CTCP handling.

DCC Commands
clearqueue

dump

jump

servers

 

clearqueue

m|-

clearqueue <queue>

Removes all msgs from the specified queue (mode/server/help/all).

Examples

.clearqueue server

 

dump

m|-

dump <text>

Dumps the text to the server. Keep in mind that the bot doesn't run through ircII, so ircII commands will most likely not work this way. They need to be raw irc codes. Read rfc1459 from ftp.internic.net for more help.

Examples

.dump MODE #blah +k secret

 

jump

m|-

jump [server [port [pass]]]

Makes the bot jump to another server. If you don't specify a server, it will jump to the next server in its internal list (see .servers). If you specify a server, it will jump to that server (default port is 6667), and if that server is not in the internal list already, it will add it. Jumping servers ALWAYS makes the bot lose ops! Be careful!

Examples

.jump irc.chitchat.net 6668

 

servers

o|-

servers

Lists the servers that the bot has in its server list. This is the list it rotates through when changing servers. It starts with a static list which it loads from its config file when the bot is booted up. After that, you can add servers with the .jump command. The server list will indicate which server the bot is currently on.

 

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