Life in a shell

bash$ tiagosh

About me

My name is Tiago Salem Herrmann and I am 29.

Graduated in Computing Technology at UTFPR and at the moment working at Canonical.

Main interests: Networking, TCP/IP, Linux, Programming, Music, Electric Guitar.

This is my old blog, and the new one is in Portuguese: http://tiagosalem.com.br

3 Comments »

  1. Hey Tiago,

    I have a requirement to send/receive messages via the MSN protocol in Windows. I am looking to use a library that is as lightweight as possible. With your experience using “libmsn” do you think it would be feasible?

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Regards,
    Jon

    Comment by Jon Podder | April 30, 2008 | Reply

  2. Hi Jon,

    actually I never tried to compile it under windows, but libmsn was developed to be OS independent. It should compile ok, but as I made some changes and never tested, it may fail.
    If you are going to test it under windows, please, give me a feedback.

    Thanks.

    Comment by tiagosh | April 30, 2008 | Reply

  3. As it stands right now I had to make a few modifications to get it to compile, simple porting (i.e. ioctl, slist, etc). But I am having real problems getting it to link. I’ll try libmsn-discuss to see if anyone has had more success than me. If you have a sample client it would help too since msntest is gone from the trunk, and I see you added numerous new callbacks.

    PS: Sry to spam your “About Me” comments, please feel free to continue this via email.

    Comment by Jon Podder | May 1, 2008 | Reply


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