Rafael Franco Carvalho
rafael.carvalho at tqi.com.br
Fri Dec 28 05:52:05 EST 2007
>libpurple gives certain meanings to these terms: a 'chat' refers to a
>multi-user chat, or conference, and an account is an IM account
>belonging to the local user. By these definitions, you're saying that
>a Pidgin user can only have his MSN account in one multi-user chat at
>a time. Is that what you mean?
Yes, I mean exactly you said above. If you look Evan Schoenberg's e-mail
you'll see a better explanation of this behavior: "A single multi-user chat
entitled 'MSN Chat' ends up getting all messages for all joined multi-user
Try these steps to reproduce that behavior in Pidgin:
Activate your MSN account. Choose a buddy from your list and invite him for
chat (conference). Pidgin opens a 'MSN Chat' window. Now, invite another
buddy. There are 3 guys on the chat room. If you are invited to a chat
(conference) by another buddy, Pidgin joins this new chat on the same 'MSN
Chat' window, duplicating your MSN account on the chat room. Now there are 5
guys on the same chat room. I think Pidgin should open a new 'MSN Chat'
window, like Microsoft MSN client does.
Did I make myself clear?
Rafael Franco Carvalho
Technology and Quality on Information
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De: Sean Egan [mailto:seanegan at gmail.com]
Enviada em: quinta-feira, 27 de dezembro de 2007 18:26
Para: Rafael Franco Carvalho
Cc: devel at pidgin.im
Assunto: Re: Chat
On Dec 27, 2007 11:08 AM, Rafael Franco Carvalho
<rafael.carvalho at tqi.com.br> wrote:
> Mauro Brasil(mauro.brasil at tqi.com.br) and I are working together
> an IM application using libPurple. Now I'm adding MSN chat functionality
> it, but I've noticed that Pidgin can handle only one chat window (or room)
> for the same account. We need our IM application can handle more than one
> chat window.
I'm not sure what you mean by "one chat window for the same account."
libpurple gives certain meanings to these terms: a 'chat' refers to a
multi-user chat, or conference, and an account is an IM account
belonging to the local user. By these definitions, you're saying that
a Pidgin user can only have his MSN account in one multi-user chat at
a time. Is that what you mean?
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