Commit fa466f33 authored by louiz’'s avatar louiz’

Ignore commands that flood the user with private messages when listing chans

ref #2472
parent 21952929
......@@ -459,6 +459,18 @@ void IrcClient::on_channel_message(const IrcMessage& message)
this->bridge->send_message(iid, nick, body, muc);
}
void IrcClient::on_rpl_liststart(const IrcMessage&)
{
}
void IrcClient::on_rpl_list(const IrcMessage&)
{
}
void IrcClient::on_rpl_listend(const IrcMessage&)
{
}
void IrcClient::empty_motd(const IrcMessage& message)
{
(void)message;
......
......@@ -151,6 +151,23 @@ public:
* IrcUsers in the IrcChannel
*/
void set_and_forward_user_list(const IrcMessage& message);
/**
* Signal the start of the LIST response. The RFC says its obsolete and
* “not used”, but I we receive it on some servers, so just ignore it.
*/
void on_rpl_liststart(const IrcMessage& message);
/**
* A single LIST response line (one channel)
*
* The command is handled in a wait_irc callback. This general handler is
* empty and just used to avoid sending a message stanza for each received
* channel.
*/
void on_rpl_list(const IrcMessage& message);
/**
* Signal the end of the LIST response, ignore.
*/
void on_rpl_listend(const IrcMessage& message);
/**
* Remember our nick and host, when we are joined to the channel. The list
* of user comes after so we do not send the self-presence over XMPP yet.
......@@ -324,6 +341,12 @@ static const std::unordered_map<std::string, irc_callback_t> irc_callbacks = {
{"002", &IrcClient::forward_server_message},
{"003", &IrcClient::forward_server_message},
{"005", &IrcClient::on_isupport_message},
{"RPL_LISTSTART", &IrcClient::on_rpl_liststart},
{"321", &IrcClient::on_rpl_liststart},
{"RPL_LIST", &IrcClient::on_rpl_list},
{"322", &IrcClient::on_rpl_list},
{"RPL_LISTEND", &IrcClient::on_rpl_listend},
{"323", &IrcClient::on_rpl_listend},
{"RPL_MOTDSTART", &IrcClient::empty_motd},
{"375", &IrcClient::empty_motd},
{"RPL_MOTD", &IrcClient::on_motd_line},
......
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