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 +# $EPIC: serverctl.txt,​v 1.10 2010/03/22 00:52:57 jnelson Exp $
 +$[[serverctl]](REFNUM <server refnum>) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](REFNUM <​name>​) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](REFNUM <​name>:<​port>​) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](OMATCH <​pattern>​) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](IMATCH <​pattern>​) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](GMATCH <​pattern>​) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](LAST_SERVER) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](FROM_SERVER) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](MAX) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](ALLGROUPS) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](GET <​refnum>​ <​param>​) \\
 +$[[serverctl]](SET <​refnum>​ <​param>​ <​val>​) ​
 +This function is a low-level interface to the client'​s server structure.
 +The REFNUM operation takes a server refnum, and returns that refnum if the
 +refnum is valid, or returns the empty string if the refnum is invalid.
 +The REFNUM operation takes a regular old [[server|server description]],​ but
 +only the first two fields are used.  The first field should contain a wildcard
 +pattern that will match either an "​ourname",​ an "​itsname",​ a group, or an
 +alternate name.  If you specify a port number, then the server has to match the
 +port number as well as the host.  The operation returns a refnum to an open
 +server if it can, and to a closed server if it must.  It returns the empty
 +string if nothing is found.
 +The REFNUM operation can take a port after the server name, and then any 
 +server must match the port as well as the server name.  Normally the port 
 +is ignored.
 +The OMATCH, IMATCH, and GMATCH operations match a wildcard pattern against
 +each server'​s "​ourname",​ "​itsname",​ and "​groupname"​ respectively. ​ The return
 +value is a space separated list of server refnums that match.
 +The LAST_SERVER operation returns the refnum of the last irc server that sent
 +us some data.  This cannot be changed by the user.
 +The FROM_SERVER operation returns the current operative server. ​ This can be
 +changed by the user with [[xeval|XEVAL -s]].
 +The MAX operation returns the highest server refnum in use.  This can be
 +used to bound a loop to iterate over all servers.
 +The ALLGROUPS operation returns a unique word list of all of the server
 +groups that are in use.  At this time, this operation does not take any
 +arguments, but that will probably change in the future. ​ You should not 
 +pass any arguments to this operation for now.
 +The GET and SET operations read and write respectively,​ attributes about a
 +server refnum. ​ Server refnum -1 always refers to the FROM_SERVER.
 +^ Attribute name ^ Description ^
 +| ADDRFAMILY | (READ-ONLY) Either "​ipv4",​ "​ipv6",​ "​unix",​ or "​unknown"​ |
 +| ADDRSLEFT | (READ-ONLY) Number of round-robin addresses from the DNS lookup left for EPIC to try. |
 +| ALTNAME | (WRITE-ONLY) Add an alternate-server-name for the refnum |
 +| ALTNAMES | All of the alternate-server-names for the refnum |
 +| AUTOCLOSE | If set to 1, a window has to be pointing at a server for the server to be (or stay) open.  If set to 0, a server does not automatically close just because no windows are pointing at it. |
 +| AWAY | The server'​s away message. ​ SETting this will send an AWAY message to the server. ​ SETting this to the empty string clears the AWAY message. |
 +| CONNECTED | (READ-ONLY) 1 if we are registered with the server and 0 if not |
 +| COOKIE | The TS4 server cookie |
 +| FULLDESC | The Fully Qualified Server Description for a server, suitable for recreating a [[server list]] file.|
 +| GROUP | The server group |
 +| ITSNAME | The name the server calls itself in protocol messages |
 +| LOCALPORT | When connected, the port number on our host we are using. |
 +| MAXCACHESIZE | The maximum number of people who can be in a channel that does userhost caching. ​ Channels bigger than this are not cached. ​ Set to 0 to turn off userhost caching entirely. |
 +| MAXISON | The maximum size of the ISON queue. ​ [[ISON]] commands are ignored when the queue is full. |
 +| MAXUSERHOST | The maximum size of the USERHOST queue. [[userhost command|USERHOST]] commands are ignored when the queue is full. |
 +| NAME | The hostname that we use to connect to the server |
 +| NICKNAME | Our official nickname (pending nicknames are not returned) |
 +| PASSWORD | The password we use to connect to the server |
 +| PORT | The port on the server'​s hostname we connect to |
 +| PROTOCOL | (READ-ONLY) Either "​IRC"​ or "​IRC-SSL"​ |
 +| QUIT_MESSAGE | The message we will use when we [[QUIT]] |
 +| SSL | The "​type"​ field from the server description,​ either "​IRC"​ or "​IRC-SSL"​. |
 +| STATUS | The operational status of a server: see [[server state]]. |
 +| UMODE | (READ-ONLY) The protocol user mode.  Use [[MODE]] to change. |
 +| UNIQUE_ID | The IRCNet unique nickname identifier |
 +| USERHOST | The userhost the server says we're using |
 +| VERSION | The version of irc software the server is using |
 +| 005s | All of the 005s the server supports |
 +| 005 <​token>​ | Retrieve A particular 005 the server supports |
 +| 005 <​token>​ <​value>​ | Set or change particular 005 the server supports |
 +Return the first server entry for on any port
 +   ​$serverctl(REFNUM
 +Tell EPIC to use SSL on server refnum 1
 +   ​$serverctl(SET 1 SSL 1)
 +Return 1 if we can send irc commands to server 2, return 0 if not.
 +   ​$serverctl(GET 2 CONNECTED) ​
 +Returns all refnums in server group "​EFnet"​
 +   ​$serverctl(GMATCH EFnet)
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