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Who is rar, and where can I find him?

While Rar is in actuality a mod, he has also written some scripts that are available for use from the #anidb channel.

Manga

!manga

You can use the !manga command to search the AR forum for a specific manga release. You can use a * to match any substring.

Usage:

!manga <manga title> [#result number]

Example:

> !manga midori no hibi
<rar> MANGA: Midori no Hibi, a completed Non-MangaReactor release, by KingFish, release thread: http://forum.anime-reactor.net/viewtopic.php?t=1943

!mangaversion

Use this to check which version the script is; if it has been updated recently or not.

Usage:

!mangaversion

Example:

> !mangaversion
<rar> MANGAVERSION: Code: Delta Final 2006-01-03 Dataset: Fri Dec 30 2005 10:13 pm

!mangastats

This shows some interesting stats about the manga search.

Usage:

!mangastats

Example:

> !mangastats
<rar> MANGASTATS: 963 titles, of 133 ongoing MangaReactor releases, 245 completed MangaReactor releases, 181 ongoing Non-MangaReactor releases, and 163 completed Non-MangaReactor releases.

!mangaupdate

Use this command to update the manga list. It might take a few seconds for this command to finish. Don't hammer.

Usage:

!mangaupdate

Example:

> !mangaupdate
<rar> MANGAUPDATE: Update done! Most recent changes from Tue Jan 03 2006 4:02 pm

Search

Rar can search a wide collection of search engines and other pages for you with just a simple command.

Usage:

s!help

Example:

> s!help
<rar> Trigger search results: s!wiki (en.wikipedia.org), s!anidb (anidb.net), s!aforu (anidb.net/forum), s!awiki (anidb.net/wiki), s!anirec (www.anime-planet.com), s!google (www.google.com), s!image (images.google.com), s!lucky (www.google.com risky :), s!define (www.google.com clarity :), s!aninfo (www.animenfo.com), s!ann (www.animenewsnetwork.com), s!imdb (www.imdb.com), s!hotu (www.the-underdogs.org), s!urban (www.urbandictionary.com)

s!wiki

This searches the English part of Wikipedia.


Usage:

s!wiki <search string>

s!anidb

This searches AniDB. It is similar to Chii[AR]'s !anime command, but it gives you a link to your search results instead.

Usage:

s!anidb <search string>

s!aforu

This searches the AniDB Forums. It gives you a link to your search results. This is the same as Tessa[AR]'s !forum command.

Usage:

s!aforu <search string>

s!awiki

This searches the AniDB Wiki. It gives you a link to your search results. This is the same as Tessa[AR]'s !wiki command.

Usage:

s!awiki <search string>

s!anirec

This searches the Anime Recommendations Database. It gives you a link to your search results.

Usage:

s!anirec <search string>

s!google

This searches Google. It gives a link to your search results.

Usage:

s!google <search string>

s!image

This searches for images on images.google.com. It gives a link to your search results.

Usage:

s!image <search string>

s!lucky

This searches Google. It gives you a link that leads directly to the first search-result.

Usage:

s!lucky <search string>

s!define

This searches Google for a definition of a word. It gives you alink that leats directly to the definition.

Usage:

s!define <word>

s!aninfo

This searches AnimeNfo. It gives you a link to your search result.

Usage:

s!aninfo <search string>

s!ann

This searches ANN. It gives you a link to your search result.

Usage:

s!ann <search string>

s!imdb

This searches IMDb. It gives you a link to your search result.

Usage:

s!imdb <search string>

s!hotu

This searches the Home of the Underdogs. It gives you a link to your search result.

Usage:

s!hotu <search string>

s!urban

This searches the Urban Dictionary. It gives you a link to your search result.

Usage:

s!urban <search string>

Chii replacement

Rar has also implemented some of Chii[AR]'s public commands with a "c" as prefix. This is mostly for people not in #anidb or #anidb-spam. More info about these commands can be found here: IRC:Chii.

c!anime
c!group
c!file
c!stitle
c!a4g
c!g4a
c!latest
c!stats
c!top
c!uptime
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