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5.3 Options

This section is extremely incomplete. For now, the easiest way to check out all the available options for ERC is to do M-x customize-group erc RET.

— User Option: erc-hide-list

If non, nil, this is a list of IRC message types to hide, e.g.:

          (setq erc-hide-list '("JOIN" "PART" "QUIT"))
— User Option: erc-network-hide-list

If non, nil, this is a list of IRC networks and message types to hide, e.g.:

          (setq erc-network-hide-list (("freenode" "JOIN" "PART" "QUIT")
          ("OFTC" "JOIN" "PART""))
— User Option: erc-channel-hide-list

If non, nil, this is a list of IRC channels and message types to hide, e.g.:

          (setq erc-channel-hide-list (("#erc" "JOIN" "PART" "QUIT")
          ("#emacs" "NICK"))
— User Option: erc-lurker-hide-list

Like erc-hide-list, but only applies to messages sent by lurkers. The function erc-lurker-p determines whether a given nickname is considered a lurker.

— User Option: erc-rename-buffers

If non, nil, this will rename server buffers to reflect the current network name instead of IP:PORT

          (setq erc-rename-buffers t)