Bugs item #1218147, was opened at 2005-06-10 06:49
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Category: None
Group: v1.3.0
Status: Open
Resolution: None
Priority: 5
Private: No
Submitted By: L W (warp9pnt9)
Assigned to: Ethan Blanton (eblanton)
Summary: IRC "people in room" list with nonexistent/stale nicks

Initial Comment:
VERSION: Windows 1.3.0

NOTE: I just got 1.3.1 (released last night) and
haven't had a chance to test, but didn't see anything
related get fixed in the ChangeLog.

PROBLEM: When people leave the channel with some error, I
get duplicate names that include user mode op character.  I
have made a very self-explanatory (I hope) screen shot, but
there's no way to attach here.  Perhaps differnt servers
send different part messages, or none at all on ping

ENVIRONMENT: IRC channel which has had 4 people for the
most part, with some bots entering and leaving a few
times an
hour.  The bots leave no duplicates as they have no
opps and
leave normally, not by timeout errors, etc..

Note: Leading @ and ! are user op modes and should
normally yield a green star in replacement of the @ or
! in the
"people in room" list.  But the stale names have ! as part
of the name, not a green star.

Currently three people in the room: @Atlan, !smurf_uk,

Atlan and warp9pnt9 give user info normally, so are not

User BigWillyStyle42 got a timeout.  He should not be
in the channel because he is not there.  Also has leading
exclamation mark (!BigWillyStyle42) as listed in GUI
of a green star.

User !smurf_uk (as listed in GUI) behaves just like
!BigWillyStyle42, no such nick.  I am sure smurf_uk had a
timeout disconnect at some point and reconnected after a
brief time.

User (green star) smurf_uk (as listed in GUI) appears and
responds correctly.


Comment By: Andrew Gaul (gaul)
Date: 2007-04-09 00:47

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The problem seems to be that some IRC servers, specifically Undernet, use
two different formats for part messages depending on the part message:

    :[EMAIL PROTECTED] PART #CHANNEL :part message

Freenode uses a consistent format:

    :[EMAIL PROTECTED] PART #CHANNEL :"part message"


Comment By: Ethan Blanton (eblanton)
Date: 2007-01-28 11:43

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This should be fixed in 2.0.0 final.  Let me know if it is not.



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