Re: [dev] [sic] Specifying a channel

From: Evan Gates <>
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2009 15:22:12 -0800

It's easy enough to add (I've done it before) but if you're going to
be using it in scripts, then I assume you're going to be piping input
through it anyway, in which case why not just pipe ':j #channel'
through sic while you're at it?


On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 3:05 PM, Frederik Caulier <> wrote:
> Hello dev@
> Is there a way to make sic connect to a certain IRC channel by
> specifying it on the command line?
> Example:
> $ sic -h -c <#channel>
> Having such a functionality available would really make it easier to
> use sic in scripts or startup configurations.
> In my case I want to execute sic on startup in tmux or screen, but I
> always have to manually connect it to specific channels. Doing this
> once with a single sic session is no problem, but when you have to do
> this with five or six separate sessions each with another channel (as
> I use one sic per channel) on each startup this becomes quite annoying
> over time.
> Best regards,
> F. Caulier
Received on Tue Dec 08 2009 - 23:22:12 UTC

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