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#454 kickban

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2003-11-14
2003-11-14
Anonymous
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I'm using xchat 2.0.5 and when I ban someone the ban
goes wrong

example:
I want to ban foobar!foobar@test.test.com

so I type: /kickban foobar

but the script do:

+b *!*fooba@*.test.com

did you see? it "eat" the last letter of username.. it
bans fooba and not foobar

obs: with right-click kibk/ban works perfect

sorry about my english

att,

Flavio Caetano

Discussion

  • Logged In: NO

    It happens to me too with masks longer than 8 chars, i'm
    using xchat 2.0.5 from gentoo ebuild

     
  • Logged In: YES
    user_id=273962

    Can anyone give me precise steps to reproduce that bug ?
    when I do a /kickban foobar, I don't see any problem, raw
    log gives:
    >> +b foobar!*@*

    ...

     
  • David Oftedal
    David Oftedal
    2004-04-25

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=851735

    The ban function also tends to ban entire ISPs rather than
    small ranges of IPs.