Custom emoticons receiving future ...

Richard Laager rlaager at
Mon Nov 5 21:06:30 EST 2007

Looking at your proposed XML, you're probably on the right track... You
should look at the existing code in libpurple/buddyicon.c to get an idea
of how we're currently doing on-disk caching. If that API isn't rich
enough, then you'll want to factor out the methods you need into
libpurple/imgstore.h as necessary. This way, you don't need to duplicate
all the effort of writing caching code. Also, you won't need to store
the filename in the XML, just the hash.

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