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00:02:40 <flo> clokep: by the way, weren't you using a complicated query to list open bugs? https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=OPEN works ;) 00:09:23 * clokep just uses the link at the bottom of his page 00:09:30 <clokep> But thank you. :) 00:13:04 <flo> I use the address bar in Firefox, with search keywords 00:13:17 <flo> "ib OPEN" "ib sw:0.3", ... ;) 00:13:28 <clokep> I use bio as my keyword. 00:13:35 <clokep> ib searches lxr 00:13:40 <clokep> ibf searches lxr with file names. 00:13:57 <clokep> wio searches the wiki. ;) Idk if I have others. 00:14:13 <flo> I have b -> bmo, ib -> bio, lxr -> lio, mxr -> mxr (mozilla-central), cxr -> mxr (comm-central) 00:14:25 <flo> file -> mxr (mozilla-central, file names) 00:15:10 <flo> I also have idl -> text of idl files on mozilla-central (but for some reason I haven't completely figured out yet, the query doesn't give the results I expect) 00:15:50 <clokep> :( 00:15:52 <flo> I also have "hg" to query something in our hg repository :) 00:16:08 <clokep> I use mc mcf, cc and ccf as mozilla-central and file, and comm-central and file. 00:16:12 <-- sabret00the has quit (Connection reset by peer) 00:16:25 <flo> makes sense :) 00:16:30 --> sabret00the has joined #instantbird 00:17:15 <flo> is there a reason you use mibbit at work? 00:18:16 <clokep> We use Windows Communicator, I didn't feel like installing another IM client. 00:18:44 <clokep> Unless Instantbird does SIP? 00:18:56 <clokep> (I think that's what Windows Communicator does?) 00:19:24 <flo> isn't that a modified version of MSN? 00:19:47 <clokep> Windows Communicator? Idk, it works with our corporate address book and stuff though. 00:19:48 <flo> Instantbird does SIP, it's the "SIMPLE" protocol in the list 00:20:38 <clokep> Maybe I'll give it a try then. ;) 00:20:48 <flo> I've never tried it 00:21:38 <clokep> I noticed that the skin for bonjour, meanwhile, silc and zephyr (which 3 of those I've never heard of) are commented out, what's w/ that? 00:22:21 <flo> I think we removed these protocol plugins for 0.1.2 00:22:38 <clokep> Ah OK, they're standard libpurple though? 00:22:43 <flo> If I remember well, they all depend on external dll files 00:22:50 <flo> yes, they are part of libpurple 00:23:07 <clokep> Ohhhh, I see. 00:23:40 <flo> I wasn't in the mood of packaging these dll files/make the build system build them at the time. 00:23:45 <flo> and then we forgot about them 00:23:57 <clokep> Ah, I see. 00:24:26 <flo> I think the dll for bonjour is closed source and (C) Apple. 00:24:50 <flo> If I understood correctly, zephyr only exists inside MIT 00:24:54 <clokep> Probably. It's probably on Mac's automagically though? 00:25:03 <clokep> Zephyr is used at MIT and I think Stanford and that's it hah. 00:25:14 <clokep> And those networks are slowly being replaced w/ IRC/XMPP. 00:25:18 <flo> (so almost as useless as Netsoul ;)) 00:26:15 <flo> netsoul exists only inside the french engineering school Even and myself (and a few others sometimes here) studied at 00:26:45 <instantbot> New purplexpcom - General bug 714 filed by email@example.com. 00:26:46 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=714 enh, --, ---, nobody, NEW, Show "Signed on since" in tooltips for AIM 00:27:02 <clokep> Ah, I see. So we won't worry about zephyr until a random MIT students want it. 00:27:13 <flo> and implements it 00:27:43 <flo> for netsoul the best thing would probably be to reimplement it in JS (it's a trivial text based protocol) and put it on the add-ons website 00:28:09 <clokep> Ah, I see. 00:28:34 <clokep> Should there be a "Twitter" component for purplexpcom? ;) 00:28:39 <instantbot> New purplexpcom - General bug 715 filed by firstname.lastname@example.org. 00:28:41 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=715 nor, --, ---, nobody, NEW, Add supports for tooltips in jsProtoHelper 00:29:01 <clokep> What was that third bug you wanted me to file? One about showing when a user wa slast signed on? 00:29:06 <clokep> Or was that part of the OSCAR one. 00:29:25 <flo> I remember only 2 00:29:40 <clokep> OK. :) 00:33:12 <clokep> I didn't even realize tooltips weren't done in jsProtoHelper yet. 00:33:12 <flo> hmm. I should probably already be asleep. 00:33:34 <flo> there's also " accountExists: function() false, //FIXME" ;) 00:35:26 <clokep> Psh we don't file bugs for FIXMEs ;) 00:37:25 <flo> right, we have too many of them (http://lxr.instantbird.org/instantbird/search?string=FIXME) 00:38:45 <flo> Good night! :) 00:38:47 <-- flo has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 01:06:00 --> Mathnerd314 has joined #instantbird 01:25:19 <-- Ornthalas has quit (Quit: KTHXBYE) 01:53:59 <-- GeekShadow has quit (Quit: The cake is a lie !) 02:28:14 <-- Tonnes has quit (Ping timeout) 02:33:49 <-- hicham has quit (Ping timeout) 02:45:22 --> mepine has joined #instantbird 03:04:09 * clokep wants to shoot the people who wrote the CTCP spec. 03:05:22 <Mathnerd314> really? I have a gun... 03:08:37 <clokep> It's pretty awful. 03:08:44 <clokep> It's also multiple protocols within another protocol. 03:09:54 <clokep> I'll figure it out eventually. ;) 03:19:06 --> Mook has joined #instantbird 03:21:30 <-- linuxwizard has left #instantbird () 03:22:55 <Mathnerd314> hmm, I guess the internet isn't as full of raging homicidal maniacs as I expected it to be... 03:23:44 <-- Wolfy|Sajber has quit (Connection reset by peer) 03:24:26 <clokep> Well the kicker is that it isn't standardized. :-X 03:26:44 * Mook tries to figure out what a standardized raging homicidal maniac would be 03:27:09 <Mathnerd314> http://www.irchelp.org/irchelp/rfc/ctcpspec.html seems rather clear 03:27:18 <Mook> oh, dear, ctcp 03:27:40 <Mook> (I haven't touched it myself, but I've been around when Silver was trying to explain some of it...) 03:29:16 <Mathnerd314> or maybe http://www.kvirc.de/docu/doc_ctcp_handling.html 03:30:34 <clokep> The newest spec is actually on a site that seems to be done. 03:30:43 <clokep> But it's here: http://hg.instantbird.org/experiments/raw-file/6e7fccec42e0/doc/ctcp.html 03:30:51 <clokep> It's not /that/ bad. 03:30:56 <clokep> It's just another layer of parsing. 03:31:05 <clokep> So I have to go, oh we got a PRIVMSG? OK, cool. 03:31:11 <clokep> Is it a standard message or a CTCP message? 03:31:14 <clokep> OK, now parse that. 03:33:42 <clokep> I'll probably just make a ctcpParser object though and gthen call it. ;) 03:34:27 <Mook> ah, yeah, I remember now - it was in the file transfer resume bug 03:34:50 <clokep> Yes, the DCC part I'm not looking forward to. 03:36:11 <Mathnerd314> what about SASL? 03:36:20 <clokep> I'm not familiar with that. 03:36:23 <clokep> What is it? 03:37:49 <clokep> Hmm...I found it. 03:37:53 <clokep> Is there a real spec for it? 03:38:35 <Mook> huh, how does SASL and CTCP intersect? 03:39:14 <clokep> Not at all. 03:40:54 <clokep> I'll add it to my list of docs though. 03:46:26 --> tymerkaev has joined #instantbird 03:50:02 <clokep> Found another spec too -- IRC Capabilities. :( 03:50:06 <clokep> So many extensions! 03:50:07 <clokep> Blah. 03:50:09 <clokep> Goodnight. 03:55:11 <-- clokep has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 03:56:59 --> linuxwizard has joined #instantbird 04:06:18 <-- tymerkaev has quit (Ping timeout) 04:28:04 <-- Mathnerd314 has quit (Input/output error) 05:14:01 <-- mepine has quit (Quit: mepine) 05:23:13 --> mepine has joined #instantbird 05:56:13 <-- mepine has quit (Ping timeout) 06:07:30 --> mepine has joined #instantbird 07:51:47 <-- Mook has quit (Ping timeout) 08:13:58 <-- mepine has quit (Ping timeout) 08:35:36 --> Ornthalas has joined #instantbird 08:42:49 --> tymerkaev has joined #instantbird 08:43:45 <-- linuxwizard has left #instantbird () 08:51:26 <-- skeledrew has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 08:52:29 --> skeledrew has joined #instantbird 09:02:22 --> mepine has joined #instantbird 09:17:24 <-- mepine has quit (Ping timeout) 09:18:35 --> Even has joined #instantbird 09:18:35 * ChanServ sets mode +o Even 09:18:48 <-- Even has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 09:18:59 --> Even has joined #instantbird 09:18:59 * ChanServ sets mode +o Even 09:24:58 --> Even1 has joined #instantbird 09:26:31 <-- Even has quit (Ping timeout) 09:42:53 --> mepine has joined #instantbird 10:01:17 * tymerkaev is now known as tymerkaev_away 10:08:57 * tymerkaev_away is now known as tymerkaev 10:19:55 * tymerkaev is now known as tymerkaev_away 10:23:35 * tymerkaev_away is now known as tymerkaev 10:34:40 <-- DetroitLibertyPenguin has quit (Ping timeout) 10:41:27 --> GeekShadow has joined #instantbird 10:41:51 <-- mepine has quit (Quit: é¨ç·£ä¹) 10:43:40 --> DetroitLibertyPenguin has joined #instantbird 10:48:46 <-- chrisccoulson has quit (Connection reset by peer) 10:49:39 --> chrisccoulson has joined #instantbird 10:55:06 --> kaie2 has joined #instantbird 10:57:14 <-- kaie has quit (Ping timeout) 10:57:15 * kaie2 is now known as kaie 11:00:00 <-- tymerkaev has quit (Ping timeout) 11:12:03 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 11:12:04 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep 11:12:56 --> igorko has joined #instantbird 11:25:53 --> rikki1 has joined #instantbird 11:27:09 <-- rikki has quit (Ping timeout) 11:28:04 <-- clokep has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 11:49:34 --> Tonnes has joined #instantbird 11:53:11 --> Sertion has joined #instantbird 11:53:19 <Sertion> Hi 11:54:08 <Sertion> I'm trying to figure out how this all works, and I think I'm almost done, but one thing confuses me. 11:55:18 <Sertion> blist.xul calls gBuddyListContextMenu.something many times, but in blist.js it's declared as null, but at the same time there is a BuddyListContextMenu object 11:55:41 <Sertion> where does that g come from? 11:55:45 <Sertion> Is it the same thing? 12:05:14 <Sertion> I have to go now, but I'll look in the log later. Thanks in advance! 12:05:18 <-- Sertion has left #instantbird () 12:36:59 --> Wolfy|Sajber has joined #instantbird 12:42:29 --> tymerkaev has joined #instantbird 12:42:29 --> clokep_work has joined #instantbird 12:42:29 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep_work 12:43:40 <clokep_work> Sertion: The g just means it's a global variable. 12:44:23 <clokep_work> I'd guess that on load gBuddyListContextMenu instantiates a new BuddyListContextMenu object, but I'm not positive without checking the code. 12:44:31 <clokep_work> Which I'll do in a bit. :) 12:47:42 <-- DetroitLibertyPenguin has quit (Client exited) 12:51:41 --> DetroitLibertyPenguin has joined #instantbird 13:09:27 <-- igorko has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 13:13:13 <-- DetroitLibertyPenguin has quit (Client exited) 13:14:15 --> DetroitLibertyPenguin has joined #instantbird 13:14:38 <-- DetroitLibertyPenguin has left #instantbird () 13:15:40 --> DetroitLibertyPenguin has joined #instantbird 13:23:20 --> Mic2 has joined #instantbird 13:31:14 <Mic2> clokep_work: you were right on Sertion's question 13:31:21 <Mic2> http://lxr.instantbird.org/instantbird/source/instantbird/content/blist.xul#70 13:32:03 <clokep_work> Yay. :) Awkward place for that code though. 13:32:28 <Mic2> hmm? It's created anew each time the context menu opens.. 13:34:32 <clokep_work> Oh, I see. 13:39:05 * clokep_work just found like 6 other IRC extensions he'll now want to implement. 13:40:29 --> Mic has joined #instantbird 13:40:29 * ChanServ sets mode +h Mic 13:41:01 <-- Mic2 has quit (Quit: http://www.mibbit.com ajax IRC Client) 13:41:19 <Mic> Which ones? 13:41:28 <clokep_work> IRC Whiteboard 13:41:32 <clokep_work> DCC2 13:41:38 <clokep_work> Turbo DCC 13:41:46 <clokep_work> I have to check if /how much they're used first. 13:41:52 <clokep_work> There's also XDCC? But I don't think that's used anymore 13:48:46 <Mic> Couldn't find DCC2 on the german wikipedia, so i guess it's not notable? ;) 13:49:15 <clokep_work> Mic: http://www.dcc2.org/ 13:49:25 <clokep_work> I think it's more of "no one uses this, but it'd be good to actually have a standard" :) 13:49:34 * clokep_work might email them or whatever. 13:50:39 <Mic> hmm, are you planning to support file sending and receiving via dcc anytime soon? 13:50:52 <clokep_work> Not until Instantbird does. 13:51:59 <Mic> Yes, I think the users should see no difference between sending files on different services 13:52:12 <Mic> so I guess we need a file transfer API first .. 13:52:49 <clokep_work> Exactly! And I know flo wants a back up before enabling stuff (i.e. an HTTP version)...we'll need it eventually. 13:52:52 <Mic> I had a look at the Fx download manager code, to see if it would be possible to hook other download sources into it 13:52:57 <clokep_work> That might not be a 0.3 feature though. ;) 13:53:43 <Mic> I'm not sure that it is really feasible though 13:54:17 <clokep_work> I think it might be good to have it just in the conversation, you get a request you click "Accept" and then a download bar appears and start downloading...but you'll still need a way to access those later I guess. 13:54:22 <clokep_work> (i.e. the DL manager) 13:55:03 <-- skeledrew has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 13:56:12 --> skeledrew has joined #instantbird 13:56:18 <Mic> I'd like to have a whiteboard btw.. can be useful sometimes 13:56:46 <clokep_work> Mic: http://www.visualirc.net/tech-wboard.php ;) 13:56:54 <clokep_work> We'd need a Whiteboard API though. 13:56:58 <clokep_work> XMPP also supports a whiteboard. 13:57:04 <clokep_work> Should be easy enough w/ SVG? 13:57:25 <Mic> Or canvas.. 14:00:37 <clokep_work> Oh right, forgot about that. :) 14:02:15 <clokep_work> Now /that/ would be a good student project. 14:02:27 <Mic> hmm, Fx's tab preview on Windows 7 is cool if you don't have too many tabs opened :) 14:03:06 <Mic> I wonder how you provide the images for this .. maybe we could have somethign similar, with the user name in a large font and the last message displayed there? 14:03:39 <Mic> A single bubble with the last message filling the preview area? 14:03:46 <clokep_work> Mic: I believe you just provide an image, so we can do whatever. 14:03:53 <clokep_work> You can also put media keys on the bottom, etc. 14:04:34 <clokep_work> ./s/keys/buttons 14:04:38 <Mic> An input box and a send button maybe? 14:05:01 <Mic> I think this could be a nice toy ;) 14:05:08 <clokep_work> I'm not sure we can do that, but that would be awesome. :) 14:05:18 <clokep_work> There's an MSDN article about it somewhere obviously haha. 14:07:49 --> hicham has joined #instantbird 14:08:44 <Mic> hmm, the whiteboard thing sounds like a good project indeed, you have a bit of everything. UI integration, canvas stuff, interacting with some APIs, .. 14:10:34 <clokep_work> Bah found another one -- IRCX http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-pfenning-irc-extensions-04 14:11:07 <clokep_work> (Microsoft IRC extension! Interesting.) 14:16:09 <-- rikki1 has quit (Connection reset by peer) 14:32:55 <-- sabret00the has quit (Connection reset by peer) 14:33:13 --> sabret00the has joined #instantbird 14:34:30 <-- hicham has quit (Client exited) 14:40:07 --> hicham has joined #instantbird 14:41:49 <-- tymerkaev has quit (Ping timeout) 14:44:47 <clokep_work> So there's DCC, updated to become CTCP, then there's like a slightly updated CTCP that doesn't have a different name, a partial draft for CTCP/2, then there's Turbo DCC, eXtended DCC and finally DCC2. 14:44:49 <clokep_work> All of which do the same thing. 14:44:53 <clokep_work> And are mostly the same. 14:47:48 <Mic> That doesn't really sound like fun 14:48:15 * clokep_work should make an Instantbird-DCC-special-uber-awesome file transfer for IRC. ;) 14:48:42 <clokep_work> No, it won't be fun. 14:48:47 <clokep_work> I think they're all compatible though? 14:49:13 <clokep_work> Like Turbo DCC does a special thing where you tell it "T" for the size and it won't throttle the connection and that's the only thing it does. 14:49:18 <clokep_work> And CTCP replaces DCC. 14:49:34 <clokep_work> DCC2 is totally separate actually, the commands start w/ DCC2. 14:49:54 <clokep_work> So it's really the CTCP/updated CTCP/CTCP2 I need to figure out. 14:52:08 <Mic> Is there a reason why one might want the one but not the other extension? 14:52:49 <clokep_work> Compatibility with other clients. 14:53:10 <Mic> but in general it's 'the more the better'? 14:53:29 <clokep_work> Yes. 14:53:55 <clokep_work> DCC2 is actually a big deal, it adds SSL/TLS encryption and such. 14:54:55 <Mic> hmm 14:55:19 <clokep_work> But DCC2 isn't finalized so I definitely won't be implementing that one. ;) 14:55:38 <clokep_work> It's the same question I had w/ IRC in general, do I do /just/ the newer version or try to do both. 14:55:48 <clokep_work> I went w/ just the newer since it should be mostly backward compatible. 14:56:04 <-- DetroitLibertyPenguin has quit (Ping timeout) 14:57:47 <clokep_work> I'll only worry about CTCP and it's first update right now, so I can get action messages working. 14:57:54 <clokep_work> (And maybe bold and colors. ;)) 15:03:18 <clokep_work> I think my architecture will be to make a few parsers that either pass back true or false after each, and placed in the proper order it should handle allowing only certain subsets. 15:03:49 <clokep_work> And it can optionally pass back an "unparsed" message part. 15:04:48 <Mic> So you go through the parsers until you find one that matches? 15:05:10 <clokep_work> Yes. 15:05:42 <clokep_work> So it'd be (for example if I wanted all of them...) CTCP2 --> CTCP --> DCC --> RFC 2412 (I think that's the number?) --> RFC 1493 15:05:49 <clokep_work> Although I wouldn't implement them all separately. 15:06:10 <clokep_work> (The two RFCs are practically the same, the second just cleans it up and adds a few features.) 15:08:26 <clokep_work> And say CTCP has an IRC message encapsulated (which I think can happen?) 15:08:48 <clokep_work> Then CTCP returns true w/ an unparsed message, then message then goes back up to the top of the chain and starts over. 15:10:48 <Mic> ah, ok 15:12:57 <clokep_work> Does that make sense at least? 15:13:02 <clokep_work> (I want to make sure it doesn't sound totally crazy.) 15:17:16 <Mic> I know too little about it to give a good comment here 15:22:20 <clokep_work> OK. :) 15:25:34 <Mic> If there are no ambiguities for parsing then I can imagine that it's a good way to do it 15:25:55 <clokep_work> What do you mean by ambiguities? Like if it could be either type of message? 15:27:23 <Mic> That it needs to be clear which parser has to be used 15:28:51 <Mic> hmm . 15:29:47 <Mic> Scratch that for now .. 15:30:01 <Mic> I guess flo would give better comments on this anyways 15:30:50 <clokep_work> Yeah, maybe he'll be on later. 15:36:42 <Mic> bye 15:36:44 <clokep_work> Or I can just do it and let me fail review 15 times. :) 15:36:49 <clokep_work> Bye. 15:37:02 <-- Mic has left #instantbird () 15:44:44 --> tymerkaev has joined #instantbird 15:54:35 --> dsanyi has joined #instantbird 16:27:04 * tymerkaev is now known as tymerkaev_away 16:40:38 * tymerkaev_away is now known as tymerkaev 16:50:35 * tymerkaev is now known as tymerkaev_away 16:52:06 <-- Ornthalas has quit (Quit: KTHXBYE) 16:59:20 <-- Even1 has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 17:00:35 * tymerkaev_away is now known as tymerkaev 17:14:18 * tymerkaev is now known as tymerkaev_away 17:17:08 * tymerkaev_away is now known as tymerkaev 17:30:12 * tymerkaev is now known as tymerkaev_away 17:50:48 <-- hicham has quit (Client exited) 17:51:28 * tymerkaev_away is now known as tymerkaev 18:00:26 --> sonny has joined #instantbird 18:21:45 <-- chrisccoulson has quit (Quit: Ex-Chat) 18:24:30 --> Ornthalas has joined #instantbird 18:30:32 --> chrisccoulson has joined #instantbird 18:52:53 <-- chrisccoulson has quit (Quit: Ex-Chat) 18:54:25 --> chrisccoulson has joined #instantbird 18:54:26 --> DGMurdockIII has joined #instantbird 19:19:57 <-- skeledrew has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 19:20:30 --> skeledrew has joined #instantbird 19:25:31 <-- sonny has quit (Client exited) 20:00:34 --> linuxwizard has joined #instantbird 21:03:16 --> rikki has joined #instantbird 21:17:31 <-- clokep_work has quit (Quit: http://www.mibbit.com ajax IRC Client) 21:37:41 --> Mathnerd314 has joined #instantbird 21:39:37 <-- tymerkaev has quit (Ping timeout) 21:51:21 <-- Wolfy|Sajber has quit (Connection reset by peer) 22:06:43 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 22:06:44 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep 22:28:15 <-- clokep has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 22:32:11 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 22:32:11 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep 22:35:26 --> flo has joined #instantbird 22:35:27 * ChanServ sets mode +qo flo flo 22:35:39 <flo> Good evening :) 22:36:06 --> hicham has joined #instantbird 22:36:57 <flo> any progress on the raging homicidal maniac standardization process? :) 22:39:58 <Mathnerd314> I'd guess no, because there aren't many around 22:40:15 <Mathnerd314> and they aren't very receptive to questioning 22:41:24 <Mathnerd314> but I haven't met many, so I wouldn't know :-) 22:42:45 <flo> I hope you won't have to meet many ;) 22:47:04 <-- clokep has quit (Quit: Instantbird 0.3a2pre) 22:47:07 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 22:47:07 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep 22:52:25 <clokep> Hey flo. :) 22:53:04 <clokep> No, I haven't killed anyone yet. :) Wanted to though. 22:53:38 <clokep> Coming close though. 23:02:20 <-- dsanyi has left #instantbird () 23:09:01 <instantbot> email@example.com added attachment 535 to bug 616. 23:09:02 <instantbot> Bug https://bugzilla.instantbird.org/show_bug.cgi?id=616 min, --, ---, nobody, NEW, Input box styling regression from 30e06bddc097 23:10:18 <-- clokep has quit (Connection timed out) 23:10:40 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 23:10:40 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep 23:19:12 <-- linuxwizard has left #instantbird () 23:48:34 <-- clokep has quit (Connection timed out) 23:49:49 --> clokep has joined #instantbird 23:49:49 * ChanServ sets mode +h clokep