Msg-id "purchase"


#1

I’m writing an IRC bot with Twitch support, and I’m having issues spotting some msg-ids in the wild. At one point a while back I saw a “purchase” event, and I didn’t have the presence of mind to record all the IRCv3 tags, just some.

case "purchase":
    // [usernotice] tmi.twitch.tv [#drdisrespectlive]: "Purchased Speed & Momentum Crate (Steam Version) in channel."
    //msg-param-asin = 'obfuscated'
    //msg-param-channelID = '17337557'
    //msg-param-crateCount = '0'
    //msg-param-imageURL = 'https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/31PzvL+AidL.jpg'
    //msg-param-title = 'Speed\s&\sMomentum\sCrate\s(Steam\sVersion)'
    //msg-param-userID = '123456'

Are these still around? I’ve had the bot idle in some 35 channels for a good while now just waiting and seeing nothing.


#2

Nope

Game Commerce/purchase is no more


#3

Thanks, good to hear.

What about anonsubgift and anongiftpaidupgrade? I come across the non-anon ones every now and then, but so far not one sighting of those two.


#4

Yup those exist


#5

And as a final question while we’re on the topic, even if it strayed from the original one, the anon- msg-ids are identical to the non-anon ones except they have the channel owner’s msg-param-login/login, display-name etc?


#6

No, it’s the person giving the gift whom is anonomous


#7

That’s what I meant to say, I think I worded that poorly.

But it does set the sender-related tags to be the channel owner’s? Maybe I’m misunderstanding Anonymous Sub Gifting to Launch 11/15 - Launch Details.


#8

For anything anonomous

The channel ID and Channel name are set as normal
The Recipienet is set as normal
The person giving the gift is anonomous


#9

All right. Thanks.


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