[Adium-devl] [ANN] msn-pecan 0.0.17 released
braulio.jose.silva at gmail.com
Sun Nov 30 01:33:59 UTC 2008
I, as a Adium user, am interested in seeing a build with this new msn
How can I build a Adium with this library?
In other news, recently I've been fidling with the message styles and
I've noticed that they are HTML.
Now I have a question, is it possible to interpret valid html code on
the message style? What I have in mind is beeing able to see you tube
(or equivalent) videos embebed in a conversation.
Hope I've made myself clear.
Keep up the good work everybody.
"Deus quer, o homem sonha a obra nasce."
On 29 Nov 2008, at 23:13, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> Just a quick note announcing the new msn-pecan release, which features
> custom emoticon sending support, thanks to Devid Antonio Filoni.
> But want to take this chance to announce other 3 projects:
> This is important because Empathy has officially become part of GNOME.
> Hopefully msn-pecan will soon provide decent support for msn there,
> which means more users, which means more bug reports, which means less
> bugs :)
> Also, there's a branch in libmsn-pecan that allows wrapping libmsn-2
> into msn-pecan's API, so it can be used by the telepathy and libpurple
> plug-ins. libmsn-2 is the new library used by Kopete, it's written in
> C++, libmsn-pecan will try to wrap it (optionally).
> There's code that runs for all of this, but it's still not functional.
> I suspect the crashes related to buddy icons are still there, but
> there's an option to turn it off, so the users can choose stability
> over functionality if they wish.
> Now, I'm interested in how well the official libpurple msn plug-in
> is doing.
> I can see a lot of crashes, but more importantly, people not being
> able to connect at all. That was exactly my prediction.
> Anyway, I'm not suggesting to move back to msn-pecan, at least until
> 0.1.0, but I'm interested in your opinion.
> Felipe Contreras
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