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[Weechat-dev] [task #10881] /filter - substitution option

From: Christopher O'Neill
Subject: [Weechat-dev] [task #10881] /filter - substitution option
Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2011 17:24:20 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, task #10881 (project weechat):

I've experimented a bit with /rmodifier, it almost does what I want but not
quite.  It appears to allow matched expressions to be nullified, censored or
left as is; it does not allow the the format or content to be altered.

The situation is I get sent lengthy messages from the server, for example:

17:11 EN -- xxx.xxxx.net (xxx.xxxx.net): *** Notice --           
address@hidden added temporary 60 min. K-Line for
address@hidden [Temporary K-line 60 min. - You're listed on an IP
blacklist.  Please visit www.xxxxx.net/rbl.php for more information.
(ip= (2011/1/23 18.11)]

There is much redundant information here, what I'd like to actually see is:

17:11 EN BOPM address@hidden 

Or similar.  Obviously I could write a script to do this (which is what I had
in irssi), but the /filter and /rmodifier commands are almost there.

Let me know what you think, if this is beyond the scope of /rmodifier then
just close this task and I'll write a script for it instead :)


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