eggdrop's CTCP

Platform:  mIRC
Published  Nov 20, 2010
Updated  Nov 20, 2010
Grabbed from eggdrop source code :P
and ported for mIRC bots. alias traffic {
signal traffic $1
}
on *:START: {
ignore -tw *
}
on *:LOGON:*: {
debug -i logs/traffic.log traffic
}
on *:SIGNAL:traffic: {
if ($1 == <-) {
if ($(PRIVMSG & :*) iswm $3-) {
var %nick = $gettok($mid($2,2),1,33), %address = $gettok($mid($2,2),2,33), %target = $4, %key = $gettok($mid($5-,3,-1),1,32), %arg = $gettok($mid($5-,3,-1),2-,32)
tokenize 32 %arg
if (%key == SED) { }
if (%key == VERSION) ctcpreply %nick %key eggdrop v1.6.20
if (%key == CLIENTINFO) {
if ($1 == SED) ctcpreply %nick %key SED contains simple_encrypted_data
elseif ($1 == VERSION) ctcpreply %nick %key VERSION shows client type, version and environment
elseif ($1 == CLIENTINFO) ctcpreply %nick %key CLIENTINFO gives information about available CTCP commands
elseif ($1 == USERINFO) ctcpreply %nick %key USERINFO returns user settable information
elseif ($1 == ERRMSG) ctcpreply %nick %key ERRMSG returns error messages
elseif ($1 == FINGER) ctcpreply %nick %key FINGER shows real name, login name and idle time of user
elseif ($1 == TIME) ctcpreply %nick %key TIME tells you the time on the user's host
elseif ($1 == ACTION) ctcpreply %nick %key ACTION contains action descriptions for atmosphere
elseif ($1 == DCC) ctcpreply %nick %key DCC requests a direct_client_connection
elseif ($1 == UTC) ctcpreply %nick %key UTC substitutes the local timezone
elseif ($1 == PING) ctcpreply %nick %key PING returns the arguments it receives
elseif ($1 == ECHO) ctcpreply %nick %key ECHO returns the arguments it receives
elseif (%arg) ctcpreply %nick ERRMSG CLIENTINFO: $1 is not a valid function
else ctcpreply %nick %key SED VERSION CLIENTINFO USERINFO ERRMSG FINGER TIME ACTION DCC UTC PING ECHO :Use CLIENTINFO <COMMAND> to get more specific information
}
if (%key == USERINFO) ctcpreply %nick %key eggdrop v1.6.20
if (%key == ERRMSG) ctcpreply %nick %key
if (%key == FINGER) ctcpreply %nick %key eggdrop v1.6.20
if (%key == TIME) ctcpreply %nick %key $time
if (%key == ACTION) { }
if (%key == DCC) { }
if (%key == UTC) { }
if (%key == PING) ctcpreply %nick %key %arg
if (%key == ECHO) ctcpreply %nick %key %arg
}
}
}

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Luna   -  Nov 24, 2010
That's nice.
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FordLawnmower   -  Nov 23, 2010
@Spoofing You have been making some cool stuff lately but what is this for?
I'm just really curious why you would want to return anything eggdrop related in your ctcp.
This could actually get you a ban on some networks if you don't have your client registered as a bot.
The opposite of this script(tcl mIRC CTCP) might be useful to avoid problems related to being identified as an eggdrop but I'm confused by this.
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Dark|   -  Nov 23, 2010
i remember seeing a ctcp changer in one huge script - and i have this {the verison changer} as eggdrop for my mirc bot ;P
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