gepesz at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 1 10:24:40 EDT 2007
On 7/31/07, Jeff Sadowski <jeff.sadowski at gmail.com> wrote:
>itself might be another possibility but it would require a lot of code
>to be downloaded each time. Even with a complete java client you would
>be downloading the full app each time. To have something slimmer to
>download from the page you could have a java servlet (which could use
>libpurple) running on the server and a java applet that talks to the
Along those lines, does anybody know how to have a java servlet that uses
>There's also Flash. The download might be shorter, but the Java VM is
>pretty heavy in terms of memory consumption, so it doesn't buy you
Yes, Java can be quite heavy on the server. But I'm still curious -- just
for fun -- how to connect to libpurple from Java :).
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