Open Bug 689041 Opened 8 years ago Updated 8 years ago

The scope for /wii is two large!

Categories

(Other Applications :: ChatZilla, defect)

defect
Not set

Tracking

(Not tracked)

UNCONFIRMED

People

(Reporter: stephane.gregoire, Assigned: rginda)

Details

User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:7.0) Gecko/20110916 Firefox/7.0 SeaMonkey/2.4
Build ID: 20110916205855

Steps to reproduce:

On a channel on ircnet with 5 users I launched the command  /wii * with latest stable chatzilla.


Actual results:

The command listed all ircnet users!!!

After a while I was disconnected from the two irc servers where I was connected!


Expected results:

The wii command should apply only on the users on the channel and this command should not be applied for a server!
Group: core-security
In reply to comment #0

The /wii command can be used from a server tab, or for a user with which you don't share a channel. This is quite useful IMHO, at least when not using wildcards.

Maybe the desired result can be obtained by not allowing wildcards in the argument?
Executing /wii * sends "WHOIS * *" to the server; we do not do anything to this input and on irc.mozilla.org it just reports info on the nickname "*" (i.e. just "End of WHOIS information for *.").

ircnet is at fault for listing all the users.
Ok, 

So you cannot send /whois user1 user1 /whois user2 user2 if there's these two users on a channel #test where I send the command /wii *. 

I thought that writing it into a channel limited it to the channel.
We *could* expand the "*" in to a list of users in the channel (the op/voice/etc. commands do this) but unlike the existing commands that do that, it makes less sense to me to do it.
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