[PATCH] SILC prpl ported to SILC Toolkit 1.1
mark at kingant.net
Sun Jun 3 00:37:23 EDT 2007
On Fri, 1 Jun 2007 07:11:00 +0200 (CEST), Pekka Riikonen wrote
> Enclosed at the URL are the patches that bring the SILC protocol
> plugin in Purple up to date with the SILC Toolkit 1.1 which was just
> released to the public. The patches are against the Pidgin 2.0.1
> source package. The patches (and source files) are available at:
> The SILC Toolkit 1.1 is available from
> http://silcnet.org/software/download/toolkit/ as source package and
> as pre-compiled binaries for Win32 and for Fedora Core 6. The new
> Toolkit now contains the RPM spec file by default and the RPMs can
> be compiled directly from the source package.
I haven't looked at this in depth, but is it possible to keep our code
compatible with the old version of the SILC toolkit? Maybe by only enabling
the new features if people are using the newer version of the SILC toolkit?
I'm afraid that requiring a newer version makes more work for distributions
that package libpurple, because they'll either have to upgrade silc or
temporarily stop providing the silc prpl.
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