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Revert "Removed the obsolete SQUERY and SERVLIST commands" #461

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ailin-nemui commented Mar 24, 2016

This reverts commit 4beebe3.

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LemonBoy commented Mar 24, 2016

This belongs to a script

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ailin-nemui commented Mar 24, 2016

These are rfc commands, idk why they should be removed

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LemonBoy commented Mar 24, 2016

The help files in the commit you mentioned state they only work for IRCNet, is this still true?

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ailin-nemui commented Mar 24, 2016

They work on any network running ircd (like ircnet) or any network which chooses to implement them. Rfc documents don't seem any worse than "ircv3" to me...

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LemonBoy commented Mar 24, 2016

I was trying to undestand if those commands were effectively obsolete and/or exclusively for ircnet ( as the documentation leads to believe). Lgtm as long as the ‎misunderstanding is cleared up in the doc

@ailin-nemui ailin-nemui merged commit 70a44da into irssi:master Mar 29, 2016

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ailin-nemui added a commit to ailin-nemui/irssi that referenced this pull request Sep 21, 2016

Merge pull request irssi#461 from ailin-nemui/fix_squery
Revert "Removed the obsolete SQUERY and SERVLIST commands"
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