purple_ssl_input_remove for libpurple

Somsak Sriprayoonsakul somsaks at gmail.com
Wed Aug 13 22:34:31 EDT 2008


   I'm in the state of developing a protocol plug-in for twitter.com 
services. My plug-in works fine in some level. However, I'm having 
problem when the connection is close unexpectedly, my plug-in cause 
Pidgin to crash.

   I dig deep into the problem and found that it crash on the line that 


   So I notice that, actually there's no purple_ssl_input_remove and I 
just replace that with purple_input_remove(ssl->inpa) instead. That's 
works in normal eventloop, but not during the close function.

   So my question, is there a reason there's no purple_ssl_input_remove? 
Shouldn't it be remove from the queue at all? Are there any automatic 
mechanism that terminate all SSL connection when connection interrupt is 
found? I suppose that the SSL might be closed already from somewhere else.

PS: I'm developing this on Windows, but my Linux friends said that the 
problem is on Ubuntu as well.


Somsak Sriprayoonsakul

Thai National Grid Center
Software Industry Promotion Agency
Ministry of ICT, Thailand
somsak_sr at thaigrid.or.th

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