biblion66215 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 12 21:45:37 EDT 2007
I'm trying to make use of libpurple to handle my connections to all the
different IM protocols in a .Net application. It's quite amazing some
company wants to charge me $10,000 for the same functionality (actually much
less) as what libpurple already does. It's just that libpurple isn't
directly usable in a .Net environment.
Would be great if we can work together to make this component usable to the
.Net folks as well.
From: David Byron [mailto:dbyron at dbyron.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2007 12:34 AM
Subject: RE: Pidgin MSVS
I haven't made much progress with Visual Studio and libpurple. I'm pretty
sure it's possible though. I've been busy writing other test programs that
use libpurple. I wasn't planning on building the pidgin app in Visual
Studio, just libpurple. If it does turn out that mixing toolchains is too
much of a pain, I'll get back to this and post what happens on the list.
I'm using pidgin 2.0.1 and Visual Studio 2005 at the moment....
From: Gabriyel [mailto:biblion66215 at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 8:54 AM
To: dbyron at dbyron.com
Subject: Pidgin MSVS
I read your post on Pidgin's mailing list with interest. Could you kindly
send me your solution/project files as I'd like to try building it in MSVS
as well? Which version of Pidgin and MSVS are you using may I know?
Appreciate your help very much.
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