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 Post subject: When X leaves a channel
PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:34 pm 

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Keeping in mind mIRC "on EVENT" feature, does X "PART" a channel or "QUIT" the network when X leaves a channel by itself?

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 Post subject: Re: When X leaves a channel
PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 6:54 pm 
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There are 3 possible cases when X parts a channel:
1) it's been requested by the owner (which is the only one to have access to the part command)
2) there was a netsplit, and the autojoin option was not set ON, thus X did not rejoin the channel after the netsplit ended
3) there was absolutely no activity (involving X, not chat) for more than 48 hours, and X parts the channel with the message: "So long! And thanks for all the fish". This case is independent of the autojoin option, meaning it doesn't matter if it's set ON or OFF, X will still part.

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 Post subject: Re: When X leaves a channel
PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 8:57 pm 
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gemeau said:
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Keeping in mind mIRC "on EVENT" feature, does X "PART" a channel or "QUIT" the network when X leaves a channel by itself?


The "events" you are asking about would be dependent on how/why X left the channel, but "on part" and "on quit" events would cover them all. X is either parting the channel or quitting it. In wolfyx's examples, it would be:
    1. on part
    2. on quit
    3. on part

Hope this helps.

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 Post subject: Re: When X leaves a channel
PostPosted: Wed Mar 26, 2008 4:46 pm 
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X's part and quit messages are the same as i mentioned below,

1. * X (cservice@undernet.org) has left #Channel (At the request of Manager)
2. * X (cservice@undernet.org) has left #Channel (At the request of a Cservice administrator)
3. * X (cservice@undernet.org) has left #Channel (So long! And thanks for all the fish) <- Probably, Channel is idle = no users joining/part or any mode changes for 48 hrs, Then X considers parting the channel.
4. * X (cservice@undernet.org) has left #Channel <- Obviously manager has typed /msg x set #Channel Autojoin OFF, Then X considers parting the channel without leaving any messages.
5. Quits: X (cservice@undernet.org) (*.net *.split)

Sorry for my late reply, Hope it will help you.

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 Post subject: Re: When X leaves a channel
PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2008 1:20 am 
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The answer to the original question is X will PART the channel, if X were to QUIT it would end up quitting all channels since that tells the network it has left the network, not just the channel.

Everyone else here seems to be under the impression you wanted to know why it did these things when it is clear you just wanted to know how it parts a channel.

For your mIRC on event, X doing a QUIT will always mean a net-split. X doing a PART means the channel was purged, the channel was idle for 2 days, or someone told X to leave the channel.



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