MQ2IRC This plugin provides the ability to connect to an IRC server from within EQ.
This is most commonly used as a method to exchange information between bots without going through the EQ servers. It's faster as well as safer.
The MQ2IRC.ini creates a new section for every server that it connects to, and keeps your settings for future use. It also stores the last server connected to and its settings so that you may use /iconnect to reconnect to that server quickly.
This is the main IRC slash command and controls most things related to IRC communication. All the commands below must be entered after you have connected with /iconnect.
The MQ2IRC.ini creates a new section for every server that it connects to, and keeps your settings for future use.Code:
/i * help - Show a list of commands that can be issued after /i. * /i nick - Change your nick to name. * /i join - Join the channel #channel. The channel must have a # in front of it. * /i part - Leave #channel. If no channel is given, it will leave the last-joined channel. * /i whois - Display information available on nickname. * /i msg - Send a directed message of "text" to nickname. This is the IRC equivalent of a tell. * /i say - Speak "text" in the current channel. This text will be visible to everyone in the channel. * /i raw - Send command to the server. This is useful for other IRC commands that are not available with /i (eg. "/i raw list" to list all channels on the server). * /i quit - Leave the server (same as the IRC command /quit). * /i names - List all nicknames on the current channel. /iconnect - <server> <port> <channel> <nick> : Connect to an IRC server. /istatus - Show connection status.
It also stores the last server connected to and its settings so that you may use /iconnect to reconnect to that server quickly.