Liam's BitchX IRC Reference

BitchX: Talking: Messages, CTCP, Notices

See also ctcp specification

Anything you type that does not start with a slash (/) will generally go to the current target, which is usually the current channel.

/ADDFORWARD Usage: /addforward <channel|nick>- Forward all messages to <channel|nick>See UNFORWARD on how to remove <channel|nick> from forward list
/CTCP Usage: /ctcp <nick> <request>- CTCP sends <nick> with <request><request>: (examples which can be sent to other BitchX users)friends:* INVITE - Ask for an invite to <channel>* OPS - A legitimate way to gain ops* WHOAMI - Request <nick> to display current attributes of me* - other:* XLINK - ?
/DESCRIBE Usage: /describe <nick|channel> <action>- Describes to <nick|channel> with <action>
/ENCRYPT undocumented
/FORWARD Usage: /forward <nick>- Forwards all messages to <nick>
/M See MSG
/ME Usage: /me <action>- Sends an action to current channel
/MESG Usage: /mesg <Yes|No||On|Off>- Turns mesg <Yes|No||On|Off>
/MSG Usage: /msg <nick> <text>- Send <nick> a message with <text>
/NOTICE Usage: /notice <nick|channel> <text>- Sends a notice to <nick|channel> with <text>
/OOPS Usage: /oops <nick>- Sends a oops message to last recipient of a message and sends thecorrect message to <nick>
/QME - Usage: /qme <text>- Sends an action to a query
/QUERY Usage: /query <-cmd cmdname> <nick>- Starts a query to <nick>Usage: /query- Whilst in a query, conclude the query if no arguments are present- Use -cmd to specify what type of output you want. default is a msg. - cmsg wall csay are all possible to use here.
/REQUEST Usage: /request <nick|channel> <request>- Sends CTCP <request> to <nick|channel>
/SAY Usage: /say -<type> [-c for cool -a for annoy -e for elite] - Says whatever you write in either cool, annoy or elite format
/UNFORWARD Usage: /noforward <nick|channel>- Remove <nick|channel> from forward list
/VER Usage: /ver [nick] [#channel]- Sends CTCP VERSION request to <nick> or <channel>- If no nick or channel is given, versions the current channel