|author||Florent Le Coz <email@example.com>||2014-04-13 15:37:56 +0200|
|committer||Florent Le Coz <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2014-04-13 15:37:56 +0200|
Diffstat (limited to 'src/irc/irc_channel.hpp')
1 files changed, 32 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/src/irc/irc_channel.hpp b/src/irc/irc_channel.hpp
index 0160469..ab04d60 100644
@@ -25,13 +25,44 @@ public:
IrcUser* find_user(const std::string& name) const;
void remove_user(const IrcUser* user);
IrcChannel(const IrcChannel&) = delete;
IrcChannel(IrcChannel&&) = delete;
IrcChannel& operator=(const IrcChannel&) = delete;
IrcChannel& operator=(IrcChannel&&) = delete;
+ * A special channel that is not actually linked to any real irc
+ * channel. This is just a channel representing a connection to the
+ * server. If an user wants to maintain the connection to the server without
+ * having to be on any irc channel of that server, he can just join this
+ * dummy channel.
+ * It’s not actually dummy because it’s useful and it does things, but well.
+class DummyIrcChannel: public IrcChannel
+ explicit DummyIrcChannel();
+ * This flag is at true whenever the user wants to join this channel, but
+ * he is not yet connected to the server. When the connection is made, we
+ * check that flag and if it’s true, we inform the user that he has just
+ * joined that channel.
+ * If the user is already connected to the server when he tries to join
+ * the channel, we don’t use that flag, we just join it immediately.
+ bool joining;
+ DummyIrcChannel(const DummyIrcChannel&) = delete;
+ DummyIrcChannel(DummyIrcChannel&&) = delete;
+ DummyIrcChannel& operator=(const DummyIrcChannel&) = delete;
+ DummyIrcChannel& operator=(DummyIrcChannel&&) = delete;
#endif // IRC_CHANNEL_INCLUDED