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Timestamp:
2007-11-17T12:20:51Z (12 years ago)
Author:
Wilmer van der Gaast <wilmer@…>
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Added (account) set -del.

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    134134                        <syntax>account set &lt;account id&gt;/&lt;setting&gt;</syntax>
    135135                        <syntax>account set &lt;account id&gt;/&lt;setting&gt; &lt;value&gt;</syntax>
     136                        <syntax>account set -del &lt;account id&gt;/&lt;setting&gt;</syntax>
    136137
    137138                        <description>
     
    141142                               
    142143                                <para>
    143                                         For more infomation about a setting, see <emphasis>help set &lt;setting&gt;</emphasis>.
     144                                        For more infomation about a setting, see <emphasis>help set &lt;setting&gt;</emphasis>. For details about the syntax of this command, see <emphasis>help set</emphasis>.
    144145                                </para>
    145146                               
     
    246247        <bitlbee-command name="set">
    247248                <short-description>Miscellaneous settings</short-description>
    248                 <syntax>set [&lt;variable&gt; [&lt;value&gt;]]</syntax>
    249 
    250                 <description>
    251 
    252                         <para>
    253                                 Without any arguments, this command lists all the set variables. You can also specify a single argument, a variable name, to get that variable's value. To change this value, specify the new value as the second argument.
     249                <syntax>set</syntax>
     250                <syntax>set &lt;variable&gt;</syntax>
     251                <syntax>set &lt;variable&gt; &lt;value&gt;</syntax>
     252                <syntax>set -del &lt;variable&gt;</syntax>
     253
     254                <description>
     255
     256                        <para>
     257                                Without any arguments, this command lists all the set variables. You can also specify a single argument, a variable name, to get that variable's value. To change this value, specify the new value as the second argument. With <emphasis>-del</emphasis> you can reset a setting to its default value.
    254258                        </para>
    255259
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