5ac064e7: Attention API for nudges/buzzes/zaps of ...
shellreef at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 03:25:54 EDT 2007
On 8/26/07, John Bailey <rekkanoryo at rekkanoryo.org> wrote:
> Indeed, this does appear to solve deckrider's problem/request while still
> satisfying the need for a common attention abstraction.
OK, good. I updated the Yahoo and MSN prpls to now use this API. The
old implementation can be used instead by not defining
MSN_USE_ATTENTION_API or YAHOO_USE_ATTENTION_API in msn.h or yahoo.h,
respectively, but the old code could be removed soon if there are no
problems with the protocols using the new API. Revisions:
ba237d3a3c5388e88b98b7d6973f05d8cf042dfb - MSN and Yahoo
df9bdc703329b5f1f7a55ab861db020eee019134 - MySpace and server.c, prpl.h
Here's a comparison of how it looks sending and receiving attention
commands in three different protocols, before and after my changes.
This could, of course, all be changed.
(12:05:11 AM) You have just sent a Nudge!
(12:05:18 AM) example at example.com (E-mail Address Not Verified) just
sent you a Nudge!
(12:05:51 AM) example just sent you a Buzz!
(12:05:53 AM) Me:
(12:05:53 AM) You have just sent a Buzz!
(12:08:57 AM) *** Attention: Zapping example ***
(12:09:04 AM) *** You have been torched! ***
(12:09:12 AM) *** Attention: Torching example ***
(12:10:24 AM) Attention! Nudging example at example.com.
(12:10:29 AM) Attention! You have been nudged.
(12:12:34 AM) Attention! You have been buzzed.
(12:12:37 AM) Me:
(12:12:37 AM) Attention! Buzzing example
(12:13:05 AM) Attention! Zapping example.
(12:13:16 AM) Attention! You have been whacked.
(12:13:26 AM) Attention! Torching example.
One problem that persists is the empty line upon buzzing in Yahoo, as
noted on https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&atid=300235&aid=1672389&group_id=235.
I didn't really understand what <ding> was doing so I left it in.
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