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bitlbee support? #115

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The-Compiler opened this Issue Jul 22, 2018 · 2 comments

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The-Compiler commented Jul 22, 2018

Does anyone have lurch running with BitlBee (an IRC to IM gateway which can use libpurple) by any chance?

I've tried it (after double-checking that I'm indeed using XMPP via libpurple and not its own XMPP support), but unfortunately, //lurch help (with a double slash to escape it from my IRC client) just gets sent to the contact I'm speaking to - not sure how I could debug that kind of thing, so any help would be much appreciated!

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gkdr Jul 22, 2018

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I have not tried it myself, but as far as I understand the plugin won't even load because of reasons not related to the plugin itself, but because of how Bitlbee handles libpurple plugins in general.
So I assume the command didn't work because the plugin was not loaded.

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gkdr commented Jul 22, 2018

I have not tried it myself, but as far as I understand the plugin won't even load because of reasons not related to the plugin itself, but because of how Bitlbee handles libpurple plugins in general.
So I assume the command didn't work because the plugin was not loaded.

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EionRobb Jul 22, 2018

I believe @dequis was planning what needed to be changed in bitlbee to load non-prpl plugins, but that hasn't happened yet

EionRobb commented Jul 22, 2018

I believe @dequis was planning what needed to be changed in bitlbee to load non-prpl plugins, but that hasn't happened yet

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