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This module is a work in progress. At the time of writing this, the necessary enablers have just landed to ZNC. For the time being, there are no officially supported clients, but a proof of concept implementation exists for the Textual IRC client for Mac OS X. The source code of that is also available on [https://github.com/jpnurmi/Textual/commits/playback GitHub].
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This module is a work in progress. At the time of writing this, the necessary enablers have just landed to the development version of ZNC. For the time being, there are no officially supported clients, but a proof of concept implementation exists for the Textual IRC client for Mac OS X. The source code of that is also available on [https://github.com/jpnurmi/Textual/commits/playback GitHub].
  
 
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Revision as of 12:15, 8 March 2014

The advanced playback module makes it possible for IRC clients to avoid undesired repetitive buffer playback. IRC clients may request the module to send a partial buffer playback starting from a certain point of time.

The source code and more detailed documentation is available on GitHub. See also instructions for compiling modules.

Usage

Arguments

This user module takes no arguments.

Read loading modules to learn more about loading modules.

Commands

Send playback buffers for given channels:

/msg *playback PLAY <#chan(s)> [<timestamp>]

Tell the current server timestamp:

/msg *playback TIME

Clear playback buffers for given channels:

/msg *playback CLEAR <#chan(s)>

Supported clients

This module is a work in progress. At the time of writing this, the necessary enablers have just landed to the development version of ZNC. For the time being, there are no officially supported clients, but a proof of concept implementation exists for the Textual IRC client for Mac OS X. The source code of that is also available on GitHub.