your program doesn't work with qq.
preppyjock at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 19:28:11 EST 2010
i don't really know much about QQ, but it is very popular in China. it
is probably the top chat program, the next one is msn. everyone online
but it only has a chinese version, i think. so i don't know how you
people were able to get QQ in your program.
probably no one tried to use it or no one bothered to email you guys,
that is why you don't know that qq doesn't work with your program any
i suppose that you can email them directly to see if you will get any response.
2010/1/22 David Woolley <forums at david-woolley.me.uk>:
> Preppy Jock wrote:
>> i just downloaded the lastest 2.6.5
>> i got the following chinese from qq. it basically tells me that my
>> version has stopped working, i should go to that site, and download
>> the latest version.
> Do you know where one can obtain a specification for their new protocol?
> Open source implementation can only be updated if an interested
> developer knows a change is happening and knows the details of the
> change. I don't know about QQ, but some IM services don't publish their
> protocol and some (e.g. MSN) officially discourage the use of clients
> that they don't provide.
> A quick web search suggests that the protocol specification has never
> been published and had to be reverse engineered. If that's the case, and
> the change is not obvious, it may take some time to re-instate support.
> I note that there have been some suggestions that the official client is
> adware. If Pidgin doesn't display the adverts, they may have added code
> to detect Pidgin, to protect their advertising revenue.
> David Woolley
> Emails are not formal business letters, whatever businesses may want.
> RFC1855 says there should be an address here, but, in a world of spam,
> that is no longer good advice, as archive address hiding may not work.
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