#$EPIC: dump.txt,v 22.214.171.124 2006/07/11 04:57:43 jnelson Exp $
This mass-deletes all of your aliases, assigns (variables) and/or ons. This can be useful if a script is trying to reload and wants to know that there is nothing else that will interfere with it, without having to restart epic. It can also be used to completely wipe away all of the scripts that epic loads by default when you start up.
“ALL” is the default argument and it deletes everything – aliases, assigns, and ons.
This command does not change any files (such as your .ircrc), it only affects the client's current state.
|alias||purges all aliases in memory|
|var||purges all assigns (variables) in memory|
|on||purges all hooks in memory|
|all||all of the above|