[OTR-dev] OTR Gaim plugin: Core/GTK+ UI split
verbal at gmail.com
Tue Dec 21 04:05:23 EST 2004
i think we can just use the lib from gaim for OTR and make it
interface with adium cause adium uses libgaim anyways if i'm correct.
shouldnt be that much work. i'm going to look over it in more detail
this weekend when i have time. evan, i'm sure you know the specifics
way better. let me know what i can do to help.
On Mon, 20 Dec 2004 21:33:55 -0800, Nikita Borisov
<nikitab at cs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> On Dec 20, 2004, at 9:06 PM, Evan Schoenberg wrote:
> > It's great to see that OTR was developed with multi-platform support
> > in mind, with the Gaim interface separated from libotr. Would anybody
> > else be interested in working with me -- or, developers, in accepting
> > a patch from me or others -- to further abstract the Gaim plugin to
> > have UI registration functions, as Gaim itself does, allowing the
> > implementation of OTR-Gaim for other UIs?
> We'd love for OTR to work with Adium. I don't really know the
> architecture of Adium; would the main thing to do be to abstract the
> calls to GTK to something more generic? If that's the case, it
> shouldn't be too hard. I have an OS X environment here and I'd be
> happy to help with development, but I'm not very experienced in writing
> code OS X.
> > I would be glad to provide further thoughts I've had on
> > implementation, or to answer questions about what would be needed for
> > us to be able to use OTR.
> Definitely, that would be great.
> - Nikita
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