help regarding advanced protocol settings in purple account in libpurple
swagatmishra2007 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 21:51:13 EDT 2010
as a matter of fact i am working behind a firewall that restricts outgoing
connections on port 5222.
is there any function on the public api that can help me specify the below
settings,instead of hard coding them in the account struct?
i guess account->settings must be useful but i dont how to use it,its not
mentioned in the documentation in detail.
btw,the program works fine after making the changes you suggested,thank you
On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 11:22 AM, Mark Doliner <mark at kingant.net> wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 22, 2010 at 8:35 AM, swagat mishra
> <swagatmishra2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > i am developing an IM client using libpurple to connect to
> > when i connect to gtalk using pidgin i specify the following settings
> > the advanced tab:
> > protocol:xmpp
> > in advanced tab:
> > require ssl/tls
> > force old port(5223)ssl
> > connect port:443
> > connect server:talk.google.com
> > Proxy:No Proxy
> > how can i specify these settings in my program.i think it has to be done
> > the settings field of purpleaccount structure,but how?
> Is this for a gmail.com/googlemail.com account? If so, it's better
> not to specify connect server and let libpurple do a DNS SRV lookup.
> That will allow Google to change the host name for their XMPP server
> (it's actually more complicated than that... DNS SRV gives them the
> option to distribute load and provide failover).
> I also recomment not forcing old port ssl and not setting the connect
> port, unless you need to in order to tunnel through a proxy or
> firewall that blocks outgoing connections on port 5222.
> Anyway, to answer your question:
> PurpleAccount *account = purple_account_new("example at gmail.com",
> purple_account_set_bool(account, "require_tls", TRUE);
> purple_account_set_bool(account, "old_ssl", TRUE);
> purple_account_set_int(account, "port", 443);
> purple_account_set_string(account, "connect_server", "talk.google.com");
> But of course, the second argument to the
> purple_account_set_whatever() functions is internal and subject to
> change. That is to say, it is not part of the public API. You're
> welcome to hardcode those strings in your application, but be aware
> that they may change (although, probably unlikely).
> Pidgin shows the above options to the user by iterating over
> prpl_info->protocol_options for the jabber protocol plugin.
> > the source code i am using is from the
> > site:http://libpurple.com/writing-your-first-instant-messaging-program/
> That's kind of a neat site. I wasn't aware of it before. I wonder if
> that information should be on our wiki somewhere? I guess that's kind
> of up to the author (Michael C. Brook), since it looks like he owns
> the copyright. If he'd like to move the content to
> http://developer.pidgin.im/ I certainly wouldn't complain.
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