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Re: [Freetalk-dev] [PATCH] jabber iqs

From: Anand Babu
Subject: Re: [Freetalk-dev] [PATCH] jabber iqs
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2006 19:11:10 -0700
User-agent: GNU/Emacs/Mutt

On Sat, Aug 12, 2006 at 07:00:57PM +0200, Matthias Quasthoff wrote:
| Hello,
| Trying to implement the proud-of-freetalk stuff the XMPP way, it
| pretty much seems I should ask a question regarding function names
| and place.  In the meantime
| $ /freetalk <the-other-guy><the other guy>s PowerBook
| G4 12"
| No, but <the-other-guy> is using iChatAgent 3.1.5
| (v436)
| works. Neat? But it turned out I need at least three new functions
| for this task:
| - one answering iq:version queries (responding "freetalk" "0.7")
| - one querying iq:versions of buddies
| - one processing the iq:version results running a new hook allowing
| for formatting client name, version and os properly.
| What naming scheme for these functions would you suggest? Other iq
| query functions should IMO be able to follow this scheme. So
| something like
| ft_msg_iq_{version,last,disco}_{get,result}_cb and
| do_iq_query_{version,last,disco} if needed
| would look good. But where to put it? To a new file iq.{c,h}? It
| seems to make sense, but I don't want to leave this undiscussed :-/
| There is a lot of iq and similar stuff that could be implemented
| later on.
| Thanks again,
| Matthias

I am now serious thinking of ditching proud-of-freetalk.scm and
just display agent and version along the side of buddy name.

(ft-iq-version-set "name" "version" "os") 
(ft-iq-version-set "freetalk" (ft-version) "
(ft-iq-version remote-buddy)
=> ("iChatAgent" "3.1.5" "(v436)")
(define (ft-iq-version-callback who-asked)
   (display (string-append who-asked "is checking on you :p")))
(add-hook! ft-iq-version-hook ft-iq-version-callback)

Remove proud-of-freetalk.scm and add this to roster.scm /who.

Anand Babu 
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