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Ive been exploring the wonderfull world of using ZNC and IRSSI on freenode. Thanks for such a useful utility.
The one annoyance/issue i have been trying to figure out how to work around is that when I have a new client connect to
the znc server. All my other machines/irssi clients get a rather huge listing of BAN information.
such as ->
08:43 |-INFO > 5 - #puppylinux: ban *!*n=Omelet@*.static.dsl.dodo.com.au [by reynolds.freenode.net, 5696880 secs ago]
On a small channel like #puppylinux i only see like 5 such messag lines. But on #ubuntu i see about 500+
Been exploring how to block the messages in znc or in irssi . but i must be overlooking somthing.
Normally as soon as i post a forum message - i then go back to rere-re-read the docs and then find the answer. :)
Thank you in advance for any info to fix this bother.
This would be a case for the route_replies module, I guess, but with it's current architecture it can't handle bans.
The proper solution would be to route these replies, but if you dont need to know a channel's ban list, I guess one could hack up a module which blocks all channel ban requests...
All righty - I guess i can force irssi some how to use a regular expression to block the lines. but thats a bit over my irssi-fu skills at this time. :)
At least i can focus on IRSSI as a way to 'fix' the annoyance.