CenterICQ, the excitement continues

Well, after my successful work a few weeks ago to make CenterICQ not disconnect every time an MSN message was received (much to Shane’s amusement, he would send me denial-of-service attacks every chance he got), I’ve not fixed (partially) the other problem, of not being able to add MSN users to CenterICQ such that the MSN Messenger servers would tell me if they were online or not.

So a reasonably successfuly afternoon. Now I’m hammering away at libmsn’s external application support, for webcams and other such things… That’s harder, but I think it’ll work out. First cut will just reject all requests, but that’ll be an improvement over what we have now. ^_^

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