Irssi core bugs

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Attached to Project: Irssi core bugs
Opened by snip (sneep) - 2009-02-27

FS#647 - [PATCH] Nicks with a higher rank than +o (for example &'s or ~'s on Rizon) aren't recognized as ops

On certain networks (e.g. Rizon, Immortal-Anime, IRCHighWay), there are nicks that are ranked higher than normal ops. Their nick symbols are specified in PREFIX (see isupport). Irssi supports this of course, but users that are +q or +a only (rather than +qo or +ao) aren't ops according to irssi, even though they definitely are. This is only a problem when you do /names and check the number of ops or when you do /names -ops as far as I know, but it would still be nice to have it fixed.

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Wouter Coekaerts (coekie)
Tuesday, 10 March 2009, 21:45 GMT
I don't think considering users with modes such as +q or +a as ops is really a good idea. Ops is +o; +q and +a are different modes.
The way I see it, +q is higher than +o in the same way as +o is higher than +v. And /names -voices doesn't print users that are +o either.

If this makes a difference for something else than names, where it really would be better to see them as ops, I might change my mind though...

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