[icq-devel] my client
Jake.Lau at Compaq.com
Fri Nov 23 17:04:29 CET 2001
I have tried the latest licq ( cvs with v8_branch ).
It is really good and seems work ok for me. It sends message
partly in udp, and partly in tcp. I don't know the tcp issue, but at
least the udp works. ( my micq client can get back the message )
I have not yet try the file transfer function with icq2001b, but
it work for 2000b in the early version ( with v5 protocol )
~ Fatcat =^+^= ~
From: Barnaby Gray [mailto:bgrg2 at cam.ac.uk]
Sent: Friday, 23 November, 2001 23:12
To: icq-devel at blipp.com
Subject: Re: [icq-devel] my client
On Fri, Nov 23, 2001 at 02:58:41PM -0300, Roman Stepanov wrote:
> > From: Barnaby Gray <bgrg2 at cam.ac.uk>
> > To: ICQ-Devel <icq-devel at blipp.com>
> > Subject: Re: [icq-devel] my client
> > Reply-To: icq-devel at blipp.com
> > > What about other projects? Did anybody realise v7 protocol
> > > own open-source projects?
> > >
> > My project ickle is GPLed.
> > http://ickle.sourceforge.net/
> > The library part of it, libicq2000, is also opensource, written in
> > and available for anyone to develop a client around - it's GUI
> > independant as well.
> new licq 1.0.4 supports v7 also and it is GPLed too but still not 100%
I think the v7 support they're working on is only available in a
special branch on the CVS, not in licq 1.0.4 generally. There was
something about them changing something recently so as to try and get
direct connections working with the new clients (2001), but that's
still the old protocol. They've only spent a week of hacking or so and
it's very early days.
Whereas ickle is native v7 protocol and supports all of it implemented
so far reliably.
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