patch for clientLogin issue
Matthew S Goldstein
austein at MIT.EDU
Wed Feb 17 19:14:59 EST 2010
Sorry for not sending anything after the last e-mail. I pinged the AIM
folks to let them know about the server behavior so they probably did take
care of it. As far as I can tell, the intention is to not have the ":80"
insertion bug come back again.
On Wed, 17 Feb 2010, Paul Aurich wrote:
> On 2010-02-11 07:53, Stu Tomlinson wrote:
>> Hi Matt,
>> So the day after you sent this it appeared that the AIM servers were
>> fixed and all was good without any patching needed.
>> However, a few days ago the problem started happening again. Do you
>> happen to have any further clue about why this happened and if we should
>> be including the patch you provided or not? (it seems that just patching
>> http -> https is not enough, the ":80" is required too).
> Based on the error message someone in #pidgin's reported, I just tested
> using https, and the servers /appear/ to have been fixed (correctly,
> i.e. the ":80" hack isn't necessary). Patch attached.
> Would others test this, please?
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