From: Luke Schierer <lschiere@us...> - 2004-09-10 01:51:22
Update of /cvsroot/gaim/gaim
In directory sc8-pr-cvs1.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvs-serv8500
(21:42:10) JBSilvest: see away msg :)
(21:42:29) Luke: awesome
(21:42:47) JBSilvest: it could probably use a glance at by a second pair of
eyes, but it works
(21:43:02) JBSilvest: oh, i should do the obligatory thing, shouldn't i?
(21:43:15) JBSilvest: [^H]
(21:43:31) JBSilvest: Hello World
(21:43:53) JBSilvest: [john@... gaim]$ gaim-remote send -t lschiere
-f JBSilvest -p prpl-oscar -m "Hello World"
(21:44:27) JBSilvest: i shain't think there are any memleak risks or other
baddies, but i won't profess to being a highly skilled C programmer
(21:45:06) Luke: so is it ready?
(21:45:16) JBSilvest: more or less
(21:45:26) JBSilvest: could use more strings/docs, but it definitely works
(21:47:51) JBSilvest: someone will no doubt bitch & moan about 9999-char
limit, but until someone can recommend a better way || i redo the whole
sys., that'll be it
(21:49:13) JBSilvest: *and* thinking about things, there is blessedly no
risk of remote buffer overflow or any such crap :-D
(21:49:21) JBSilvest: it has to be run by the user :)
(21:49:25) Luke: okay, so this patch does what now? it lets you send and
not just put text in the input widget and what else?
(21:49:40) Luke: or the web browser
(21:49:42) JBSilvest: it lets you send...period :)
(21:49:52) JBSilvest: from the command line/scripts
(21:49:56) Luke: for instance if you made gaim-remote your handler for aim:
(21:50:02) JBSilvest: no
(21:50:06) JBSilvest: that's not what this does
(21:50:12) JBSilvest: it doesn't parse aim:uris
(21:50:16) Luke: ah
(21:50:17) JBSilvest: it's for sending messages themselves
RCS file: /cvsroot/gaim/gaim/ChangeLog,v
retrieving revision 1.1159
retrieving revision 1.1160
diff -u -d -p -r1.1159 -r1.1160
--- ChangeLog 2 Sep 2004 03:46:52 -0000 1.1159
+++ ChangeLog 10 Sep 2004 01:50:58 -0000 1.1160
@@ -1,4 +1,8 @@
Gaim: The Pimpin' Penguin IM Client that's good for the soul!
+ * gaim-remote can send text (John B. Silvestri)
* Drag-and-drop buddy support for the Invite dialog (Stu Tomlinson)
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