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 Post subject: Adding a new module
PostPosted: Sat Mar 11, 2006 2:20 pm 

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Hello. I want to create a new module on gnuworld and i'm testing some stuff.
My first question is: Were can i find more information about gnuworld's functions espacially OnEvent() and OnChannelEvent() functions besides the gnuworld's official website?
Where can i find what type of data and what data the function OnEvent() return via the 4 variables(Data1 Data2 Data3 Data4) ? For example, i want to know how to find the old nick of a client when he's changeing his nickname (EVT_CHNICK event).
I hope that a coder will see this post and he will reply.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 12, 2006 1:51 am 
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I know you prolly tried it but search on google for forums about gnuworld, unix, coding, c++ you might find out....or you can wait for a reply from compy...i haven`t seen coders on the forum too much....



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I told you on the channel. The best way to figure things out is to go through the source code and analyse that code. I doubt any coder will take time to teach you. Look, analyse test and learn.



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