Hello, Why you dont download one of the various xmpp libs and write a GUI around it?
Instead of doing the work to make Gajim headless and then write a GUI around it? Regards Lovetox Von: defanor Gesendet: Dienstag, 10. April 2018 16:32 An: firstname.lastname@example.org Betreff: [Gajim-devel] Alternative UI support Hello, Gajim has a rather good XMPP support, but I'd prefer a different UI (particularly that of Emacs; the clients available from it have worse XMPP support). Gajim's D-Bus interface would be handy for that, but apparently some of the important events (e.g., [decrypted-]message-received) are not included into the interface. Seems like one can write a plugin to provide those (since those are exposed to plugins), but since many events are already provided by the core, maybe those (and perhaps a few more) should be exposed by it too, unless there are security concerns or other reasons not to. If that will be implemented, it may also be desirable to run Gajim "headless", so that it would be usable (even if somewhat restricted) in environments without X. Would those be desirable changes, or should I focus on a plugin, or perhaps there are other ways to achieve it? _______________________________________________ Gajim-devel mailing list Gajimemail@example.com https://lists.gajim.org/cgi-bin/listinfo/gajim-devel
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