The "codepage" Module
New in v3.5.0!
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This module allows the server administrator to define what characters are allowed in nicknames and how characters should be compared in a case insensitive way.
To load this module use the following
<codepage> tag defines settings about how the codepage module should behave. This tag can only be defined once.
|name||Text||None||Required! The name of the codepage; sent to users in the
<cpcase> tag defines a mapping from lower case to upper case for two characters. This tag can be defined as many times as required.
|lower||Number||None||A lower case character.|
|upper||Number||None||The upper case equivalent of the character in the
Marks "À" as the upper case equivalent of "à" in the ISO 8859-1 codepage.
<cpcase lower="192" upper="224">
<cpchars> tag defines a single character or inclusive range of characters that are allowed in nicknames. This tag can be defined as many times as required.
|begin||Number||None||The start of an inclusive range of characters to allow in nicknames.|
|end||Number||None||The end of an inclusive range of characters to allow in nicknames.|
|front||Boolean||No||Whether the characters specified in this tag can exist at the start of a nickname.|
|index||Number||None||A character to allow in nicknames.|
Allows the character with the numeric code point 45 in a nickname except as the first character.
<cpchars index="45" front="no">
Allows characters with the numeric code points in the inclusive range 123 to 125 at any point in a nickname:
<cpchars begin="123" end="125" front="yes">
The following code pages for use with this module are present in the config examples directory.
|Code page||Include Tag|