Irssi core bugs

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Attached to Project: Irssi core bugs
Opened by snip (sneep) - 2009-02-27
Last edited by Wouter Coekaerts (coekie) - 2009-03-29

FS#646 - [PATCH] Nick of someone using /me hilights you if it matches one of your hilight entries

Let's say your nick is snip, and someone called snip_2 uses a /me action in a channel that you're on. You'll get hilighted (under normal circumstances).

(This patch also fixes two very minor indentation problems that just happened to be nearby and caught my attention, /* check nick mask hilights */ and HILIGHT_REC *rec;)

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Wouter Coekaerts (coekie)
Sunday, 29 March 2009, 10:02 GMT
Thanks for the patch, but it's not really the right way to fix this. This patch makes assumptions about how the theme formats actions.

A "right" way to fix this might be to treat hilights for actions like we treat messages. But then what about joins,parts,quits,kicks,topics,... So I doubt that's a good solution too...

Another idea: there could be a way to mark parts of a message as to be ignored by hilight. For example (if this format was %I), you could in the theme then do something like
action_core = "%W * %I$0%I $1-", which would make $0 ignored by hilighting... But that's not really trivial to implement :)

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