Send custom emoticon patch and utillitary methods...
evan.s at dreskin.net
Sun Feb 17 14:54:52 EST 2008
On Feb 15, 2008, at 5:02 AM, Mauro Sérgio Ferreira Brasil wrote:
> On our customer's application all configuration files are shared
> with Pidgin (whether the user have it installed on their equipment
> too) throughout the default ".purple" folder. Considering that we
> don't set this default folder to a private and different one inside
> our customer's application.
Here's the real problem - why would you do this? Unless your
customer's application advertised being an extension of some sort to
Pidgin, it can only lead to confusion if changes to the configuration
in Pidgin change settings in Application X and visa versa.
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