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# $EPIC: on_server_notice.txt,v 1.4 2008/02/20 03:41:30 jnelson Exp $

Synopsis:

on [<modes>]server_notice [<serial#>] [-|^]<match> { <action> }

Description:

This event is thrown when the server you are connected to sends you a notice and you didn't handle it in a more specific way. If a remote server sends you a NOTICE it will be treated like a notice from another irc user and routed through on general_notice.

There are several different type of server notices, and they are processed differently by the client.

A kill notice starts with “* Notice – Received KILL message for” and that will throw an on kill event, If you don't catch that, it will treat it as an oper notice. An oper notice starts with “* Notice –” and that will throw an on oper_notice event, and if you don't catch that, it will treat it as a general notice.

A server notice will throw an on general_notice event. If you don't catch it, it will throw an on server_notice event. If you don't catch that, it will format the message and display it to your SNOTE window.

Parameters:

$0 server sending the message
$1 first word of the actual message (usually “***”)
$2- remainder of message
on_server_notice.txt · Last modified: 2008/02/20 03:41 (external edit)