Why doesn't dcpp handle "/me"?

Asked by Josef Johansson

When someone on the hub, me included writes a action in the mainlog, it turns up as one wrote the command

[15:38] <nick> /me test

This is not the case for those other clients that see this.
Seems this is not implemented, why?

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Josef Johansson (josef86) said :
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LinuxDC++ version: 1.0.2
Core version: 0.698

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Best Steven Sheehy (steven-sheehy) said :
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Our current DC++ core doesn't support it. DC++ 0.705+ has support for it so we can add it once we upgrade the core soon. Feel free to convert this to a bug report so we can track your feature request.

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Josef Johansson (josef86) said :
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Thanks Steven Sheehy, that solved my question.

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Josef Johansson (josef86) said :
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filed a bug.

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Olorin (vivliofika) said :
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and what about the trank now? What core does it use now?

Could you modify such command as "<nick> /me Who is %me" makes the nick appear at rhe %me position?