Yahoo Buddy List
sulabh.dev at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 00:17:16 EDT 2009
On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 2:11 AM, Kevin Hughes <theshirt23 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know the 'signed-on' signal is emitted once one buddy list message has
> been processed from Yahoo, but the buddy list can be spread across multiple
> messages, if it is large (right?), and I hoped that at the end of these,
> Yahoo was kind enough to let us know it was through.
> To be clear, this is a question about the Yahoo protocol, since I know that
> libpurple does not look for or specify any such signal from Yahoo.
Yes, Buddy list can be spread across multiple messages. But, I am not sure
if being large is the only criterion.
I quickly checked if we receive an indication from the server that buddy
list is through. I can't give you a definite answer to your query, but you
can test this observation:
We receive the following packet from the server, immediately after the buddy
Status: server ack (1)
I have a feeling that this packet is related to buddy list, because of its
service number and content structure.
You can test this, and let us know. If I am correct about this, we can
update to emit "signed-on" after receiving this packet.
Or you can use *first* "new mail" or "ping" packets. They are sent after the
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