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By: lschiere

You can link to libpurple just as you would any other C library.  You should
be able to write the interface in any language that has bindings for both Glib
(libpurple depends on glib, but not on GTK+) and for being linked against C
libraries.  I would suggest C, but C++ would certainly also work.

I would suggest you subscribe to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and commits.pidgin.im  These
mailing lists will help you significantly. See
http://pidgin.im/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo  You also want to consider
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want to register an account at developer.pidgin.im, and give it a real email
address, though it does not *yet* require it.

You'll find the devel mailing list a much more fruitful place than this forum.
As you have specific questions, I would suggest you turn to that list first.

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