[Twisted-Python] MSN client code preview
glyph at twistedmatrix.com
Sat Mar 30 03:03:31 EST 2002
I'd like to create a mechanism for making plugins (registered in
plugins.tml) for twisted.im... it seems like wasted effort to develop an
MSN-specific client, when we're working on a "universal messaging"
client ourselves to demo Twisted's capabilities.
I realize that the IM code is not exactly "mature" at this point :-) but
it does have some design ideas that I'd really like others to adopt;
such as making a standard, pluggable interface for loading PB clients,
similar to the way that mktap and coil load PB services.
On Sun, 2002-03-24 at 18:09, Ivo van der Wijk wrote:
> Hi all,
> I did some heavy refactoring on my python MSN code this weekend. If anyone
> is interested in taking a sneak preview at the code (and comment on the
> API, etc), feel free to download some code at:
> There's no docs (except for an msn protocol description), but there
> are two sample programs included: 'client.py' which is a very simple
> gtk/glade interface, and 'msntxttest.py' which basically echoes back
> anything that's sent to the client.
> The code is at this moment still very incomplete, and still needs loads
> of work, but you should be able to login using an existing msn
> handle/password, and send/receive messages.
> At this moment, I've only tested with everybuddy at the other end of
> the session - it may be that MS's msn client sends more noise that confuses
> the clients - I'll test this later.
> Patches, remarks, suggestions are welcome.
> Ivo (VladDrac @ OPN)
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