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*** THE WHY *** I wrote this basically because I wanted to be able to send/recv SMS's from my C++ programs. Unfortunately, all of the APIs for Google Voice that I've seen out there are either in PHP or Perl or some other crap. Hopefully someone else will find this C++ API useful. It is far from finished or pretty, but I plan to take it fairly far (be able to check for msgs, make voice calls, turn this into an actual library [libgooglevoice?], etc). *** REQUIREMENTS *** Im going to assume you've successfully compiled something before on your box using GNU's make... This program needs just g++, make, and two non-standard libraries (libcurl and libboost-regex). If you have them, great! If not, they are very easy to find and install. If you are running a Ubuntu-flavor: "sudo apt-get install libcurl4-gnutls-dev libboost-regex1.40" and you are set! *** HOW TO BUILD / HOW TO USE *** Okay, this is the hard part: just type make. Thats it. You'll end up with a 'gvapi' binary and that's all you to use it. An example: ./gvapi -u coolguser -p mygmailsecret -n 5552020023 -m 'Hey, I can text from the CLI!' Later, when I get some actual sleep, I'll write a more detailed guide for those who are not running Ubuntu (or some variant) and for those who want to use it for it's intended purpose --as a C/C++ library that can be easily linked to your existing code. -- MM. 100924 04:30.