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Copy the text and put it in notepad or so and name it StatWhoreing.mrc or a othername.mrc then do /load -rs othername.mirc to load it. After you copy the file into your mirc dir.
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Copy the text and put it in notepad or so and name it StatWhoreing.mrc or a othername.mrc then do /load -rs othername.mrc to load it. After you copy the file into your mirc dir.
  
 
If you want your mylist size in GB. and not that it automatic converts to mb,gb,tb  
 
If you want your mylist size in GB. and not that it automatic converts to mb,gb,tb  

Revision as of 13:30, 22 September 2007

#                    Made By AnimeNeko Thx to PetriW For this Option                       #
#                               Enable statwhoring in aom                                  #
# Replace e:\aom\MyStats.ini to the correct Directory and filename. But choose INI in aom. #
#                         You can use it in the ChatChannel and PM                         #

menu channel,query {
  -  
  AniDb Mystats: mystats
}
alias mystats {
  var %aom.file e:\aom\MyStats.ini
  if ($exists(%aom.file)) { 
    var %username $readini(%aom.file, anidb, username)
    var %anidbepcount $readini(%aom.file, anidb, episodecount)
    var %animecount $readini(%aom.file, mylist, animecount)
    var %totaleps $readini(%aom.file, mylist, episodecount)
    var %Tfilescount $readini(%aom.file, mylist, filecount)
    var %fileswatched $readini(%aom.file, mylist, fileswatched)
    var %mylistsize $readini(%aom.file, mylist, size)
    var %epswatched $readini(%aom.file, mylist, episodeswatched)
    var %watchedsize $readini(%aom.file, mylist, watchedsize)
    say %username has %animecount Animes, %totaleps Episodes, %Tfilescount files, Total $bytes(%mylistsize,g).suf $+ ( $+ $round($calc(%totaleps / %anidbepcount * 100 ),3) $+ % $+ ) of AniDB, %username Watched %epswatched Eps, $round($calc(%epswatched / %totaleps * 100 ),3) $+ % of mylist $+ , $bytes(%watchedsize,g).suf $+ , %fileswatched files, Which is $round($calc(%epswatched / %anidbepcount * 100 ),3) $+ % Of AniDB
  }
}

Copy the text and put it in notepad or so and name it StatWhoreing.mrc or a othername.mrc then do /load -rs othername.mrc to load it. After you copy the file into your mirc dir.

If you want your mylist size in GB. and not that it automatic converts to mb,gb,tb change $bytes(%mylistsize).suf into $bytes(%mylistsize,g).suf then it will only show the size of your mylist in GB's

  • Update/debug

fixed a small calculating error in the stats part.

#                    Made By AnimeNeko Thx to PetriW For this Option                       #
#                               Enable statwhoring in aom                                  #
# Replace e:\aom\MyStats.ini to the correct Directory and filename. But choose INI in aom. #
#                      Works In chat Channel and in Private Message                        #

menu channel,query {
  -
  AOM Stats
  .Mystats: mystats
  .AniDB Stats: anidbstats
  .Storage: storage
}

alias mystats {
  var %aom.file e:\aom\MyStats.ini
  if ($exists(%aom.file)) { 
    var %username $readini(%aom.file, anidb, username)
    var %anidbepcount $readini(%aom.file, anidb, episodecount)
    var %animecount $readini(%aom.file, mylist, animecount)
    var %totaleps $readini(%aom.file, mylist, episodecount)
    var %Tfilescount $readini(%aom.file, mylist, filecount)
    var %fileswatched $readini(%aom.file, mylist, fileswatched)
    var %mylistsize $readini(%aom.file, mylist, size)
    var %epswatched $readini(%aom.file, mylist, episodeswatched)
    var %watchedsize $readini(%aom.file, mylist, watchedsize)
    say %username has %animecount Animes, %totaleps Episodes, %Tfilescount files, Total $bytes(%mylistsize,g).suf $+ ( $+ $round($calc(%totaleps / %anidbepcount * 100 ),3) $+ % $+ ) of AniDB, %username Watched %epswatched Eps, $round($calc(%epswatched / %totaleps * 100 ),3) $+ % of mylist $+ , $bytes(%watchedsize,g).suf $+ , %fileswatched files, Which is $round($calc(%epswatched / %anidbepcount * 100 ),3) $+ % Of AniDB
  }
}

alias Anidbstats {
  var %aom.file e:\aom\MyStats.ini
  if ($exists(%aom.file)) { 
    var %animecount1 $readini(%aom.file, anidb, animecount)
    var %totaleps1 $readini(%aom.file, anidb, episodecount)
    var %Tfilescount1 $readini(%aom.file, anidb, filecount)
    var %size1 $readini(%aom.file, anidb, size)
    var %group $readini(%aom.file, anidb, groupcount)
    var %length $readini(%aom.file, anidb ,length)
    var %year $int($calc( (%length ) / (60*60*24*365) ))
    var %weeks $int($calc( (%length  )/ ( 60*60*24*7) - (%year *365/7 )  )) 
    var %days $int($calc( (%length  )/ (60*60*24) - (%year *365 ) - (%weeks *7) ))
    var %hour $int($calc( (%length ) / (60*60) - (%year *365*24) - (%weeks *7*24) - (%days *24) ))
    var %mins $int($calc( (%length ) / (60) - (%year *365*24*60) - (%weeks *7*24*60) - (%days *24*60) - (%hour *60)) )
    say Anidb Stats: %animecount1 Animes, %totaleps1 Episodes, %Tfilescount1 Files, %group Groups, size $bytes(%size1,g).suf To watch everything in AniDB it takes %year Year %weeks Weeks %days Days %hour Hour and %mins Minutes
  } 
}

alias storage {
  var %aom.file e:\aom\MyStats.ini
  if ($exists(%aom.file)) { 
    var %StateUnknownc $readini(%aom.file, statusUnknown, count)
    var %StateUnknowns $readini(%aom.file, statusUnknown, size)
    var %Statehddc $readini(%aom.file, statusOnHDD, count)
    var %Statehdds $readini(%aom.file, statusOnHDD, size)
    var %Statecdc $readini(%aom.file, statusOnCD, count)
    var %Statecds $readini(%aom.file, statusOnCD, size)
    var %Statedelc $readini(%aom.file, statusDeleted, count)
    var %Statedels $readini(%aom.file, statusDeleted, size)
    say State: Unknown: %StateUnknownc File's, $bytes(%StateUnknowns).suf $+ , On HDD: %Statehddc File's, $bytes(%Statehdds).suf $+ , On CD/DVD: %Statecdc File's, $bytes(%Statecds).suf $+ , Deleted: %Statedelc File's, $bytes(%Statedels).suf
  }
}

here i added a menu to show the AniDB stats, your own stats, and the state of the files. like X files unknown on hdd on cd and deleted. might still have bugs or so :P