OVERdrive-IRC patches for InspIRCd
peavey 7fc95ccfdc Someone forgot to git add. This is part of r11082 (add locate cjk-utf8) 10 years ago
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bynets Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ca_ES.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ca_ES.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
cjk-utf8 Someone forgot to git add. This is part of r11082 (add locate cjk-utf8) 10 years ago
cp1250 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
cp1250_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
cp1251 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
cp1251_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
cs_CZ.cp1250 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
cs_CZ.cp1250_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
da_DK.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
da_DK.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
de_CH.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
de_CH.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
de_DE.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
de_DE.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
el_GR.iso88597 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
el_GR.iso88597_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
es_ES.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
es_ES.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
fr_FR.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
fr_FR.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
hu_HU.iso88592 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
hu_HU.iso88592_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
is_IS.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
is_IS.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88592 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88592_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88597 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88597_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88599 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
iso88599_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
it_IT.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
it_IT.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
nl_NL.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
nl_NL.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
pl_PL.cp1250 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
pl_PL.cp1250_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
pl_PL.iso88592 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
pl_PL.iso88592_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
readme.txt Patch by Phoenix * adds line 8 for additional UTF-8 ranges * adds cjk-utf8 locale * fixes check 3.2 and adds check 3.3 10 years ago
ro_RO.iso88592 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ro_RO.iso88592_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ru_RU.cp1251 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ru_RU.cp1251_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ru_RU.koi8r Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
ru_RU.koi8r_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
russian-utf8-ranges Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
sk_SK.cp1250 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
sk_SK.cp1250_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
sv_SE.iso88591 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
sv_SE.iso88591_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
tr_TR.iso88599 Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago
tr_TR.iso88599_braces Fixes bug #655: National characters support, patch written mostly by Phoenix, bits of core support by myself. This means that nicknames using *non ASCII* are now supported when configured, and more importantly, that /msg lowercasenick will go to a person with UPPERCASENICK in foreign character sets. The locale setting MUST be the same network-wide. 10 years ago

readme.txt

Here you can find locales configuration files.

(!) The idea and several locale files are derived from Bynets UnrealIRCd distribution (See http://www.bynets.org/)

*** File structure ***

Each file consists of 5-7 lines:
1: List of additional allowed characters

2: List of additional allowed multibyte characters ranges. In form: Sa_1 Ea_1 Sa_2 Ea_2 Sb_1 Eb_1 Sb_2 Eb_2... Total numbers count should be dividend of 4
Sx_1 Start of highest byte
Ex_1 End of highest byte
Sx_2 Start of lowest byte
Ex_2 End of lowest byte

3: List of additional characters that should be treated as upper-case

4: 255 characters table - to-lower case conversion table.
Can be usefull for example for comparing nicknames that contains similar-looking characters with different codes.

5: 255 characters table - to-upper case conversion table.
Can be usefull for example for comparing nicknames that contains similar-looking characters with different codes.

6: List of additional UTF-8 allowed characters

7: List of additional UTF-8 ranges (character followed by 1-byte "range").

8: List of additional UTF-8 ranges (i.e. start1, end1, start2, end2,... UTF8-characters between each start-end pair assumed valid).

*** Line format ***

Each line can be list of characters or decimal/hexadecimal/octal codes divided by spaces or commas in form like:
0 1 2 / 00 01 02 / 0x01 0x02 0x03...
or
'a', 'b', 'c'
or combined:
x01, 002 'a', 'b', 'c',

It is also possible to write plain-text line of characters. In this case it should begin with a . (dot) character. For example:
.abcdefABCDEF23432*&^*
In this case every character of line except first dot specifies one character-code for table

*** Notice ***

"bynets" directory contains tables from Bynets' UnrealIRCd distribution. You might find them useful.

*** TODO ***

- UTF-8 collation rules (Inapplieable to InspIRCd atm).