A real non-ripped /whois

By Master-Of-Death on Dec 11, 2009

blah type /whois and enjoy.

raw 311:*:{ 
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : $+ Beginning Of Whois List 4-+---]
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : $1- 4-+---]
}
raw 319:*:{ 
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : $1- 4-+---]
}
raw 312:*:{ 
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : Server: $1- -+---]
}
raw 307:*:{
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : $1- 4-+---]
}
raw 317:*:{
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : $1- -+---]
}
raw 318:*:{
/echo -a 4[---+-12 $time $+ : $+ End Of Whois List 4-+---]
}

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Jethro   -  Dec 21, 2009

It's a fairly common script using raws to output whois info, which lots of people have done it with the similar approach.

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KronicDreamer   -  Dec 21, 2009

Kinda hard to say it is or isnt ripped... its just a couple raws, pretty good chance it looks just like someone elses :|

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Master-Of-Death   -  Dec 12, 2009

lol ty btw i said

A Real Non-Ripped Whois

as someone posted a ripped one ;)

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Silo   -  Dec 11, 2009

Yes, which is why using /debug can be so helpful, so you can allow for different events on different servers. Plus, I wouldn't use $1- for the results either. Too messy imho. One other thing, I would of used haltdef in there as well.

Using RAW 311 for example, you can use it grab a few different things at once to display to your window:

RAW 311:*:{ 
  haltdef
  echo -a Start of /Whois $2 
  echo -a Ident: $3
  echo -a HostMask: $4
  echo -a Real name: $6-
}

Hope this helps somehow : )

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RJosh   -  Dec 11, 2009

I like getting double whois results too man. Also that may work on your server that you generally visit, but probably won't work on other networks as some of them use different raws within their whois and don't use others.

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^Neptune   -  Dec 11, 2009

Kinda made me laugh that you have to justify you didn't rip it. I think you're guilty of something.

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gooshie   -  Dec 11, 2009

You can use this as a starting point:

raw 311:*:echowho Beginning Of Whois List | echowho $2 is $+($3,@,$4) $5-
raw 312:*:echowho Server: $3-
raw 317:*:echowho sighed on: $asctime($4) idle: $duration($3)
raw 318:*:echowho End Of Whois List
raw 319:*:echowho Channels: $3-
raw *:*:if $istok(301 307 310 313 320 335 378 379,$numeric,32) { echowho $2- }
alias echowho haltdef | echo -aci11 whois $+([,$time,]) $1-
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Silo   -  Dec 11, 2009

I don't get it. There is also about ten other RAWS to deal with too. Try /debug @raw then perform your /whois and see the results.

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napa182   -  Dec 11, 2009

lol @ the title

A real non-ripped /whois

now that made me laugh...

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