[Konversation-devel] [Bug 265950] New: Privmsgs sent via commands are stored wrong in logs
nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com
Thu Feb 10 01:40:30 CET 2011
Summary: Privmsgs sent via commands are stored wrong in logs
Platform: Unlisted Binaries
AssignedTo: konversation-devel at kde.org
ReportedBy: nicolas.alvarez at gmail.com
If I'm in #konversation and I type "/msg joe hello world", it sends "hello
world" as a private message to 'joe', but the message is logged in
#konversation.log instead of joe.log.
That by itself isn't so bad, but the way it's stored is highly misleading:
"<joe> hello world". It looks as if 'joe' was the *sender* of the message
instead of the *recipient*, and enforces the wrong impression that the message
went to #konversation rather than being private.
It wouldn't be so bad if it showed "private message to joe: hello world" (or
something like that) in #konversation.log, but ideally it should store
"<myownnick> helloworld" in joe.log instead; just as if the message was sent
from a query window instead of using /msg.
/query has the same problem as /msg (unsurprisingly).
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