Gaim direct connect and file transfer

I up and rewrote large parts of the oscar protocol in Gaim. Direct connect and file transfer work very smoothly now (it’s not in 2.0.0 beta3, but it’ll be in the next release). And best of all the peer connection code is pretty reusable (for things like voice and maybe video). Thanks to Emily for being patient/busy with school while I worked on it!

Here’s a picture I like: a cool picture

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7 Responses to Gaim direct connect and file transfer

  1. Anonymous says:

    What are your thoughts about Adium switching to Joscar?

    • modified says:

      Damn LJ. That was me.

      • Mark Doliner says:

        “Yes sir. I damn thee!”

        I don’t have any hard feelings–they did what they felt was best for their users. I mean, our old file transfer code WAS pretty sucky. I’m curious to know if it’s difficult to use a Java library from an objective C program, and if that has problems of it’s own…

        I would, of course, love it if they switched back to using our oscar code. But if not, that’s cool too.

  2. songchilde says:

    That picture is really nifty. Did you know it would turn out like that when you took it?

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