[OTR-dev] otrproxy and packaging
mcr at sandelman.ottawa.on.ca
Sat Jan 15 17:57:05 EST 2005
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>>>>> "Ian" == Ian Goldberg <ian at cypherpunks.ca> writes:
Ian> Some exciting news. We've got an AIM proxy that speaks OTR.
Ian> It works on Linux (and probably other *nixes), OSX, and we even
Ian> got it to work under wine with mingw (though it has not yet
Ian> been tested on a "real" Win32 box).
Maybe I don't understand what an AIM proxy is.
I thought that gaim-otr could do communicate over AIM just like it
uses other "transports".
Or are you saying that you now have a stand-alone program?
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