Changeset e88fe7da for protocols


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Timestamp:
2015-08-07T21:53:25Z (4 years ago)
Author:
Veres Lajos <vlajos@…>
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master
Children:
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Parents:
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typofix - https://github.com/vlajos/misspell_fixer

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protocols
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19 edited

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  • protocols/ft.h

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    5858 *                                    | accept
    5959 *                                    V
    60  *                     /------ /-------------\                    /------------------------\
    61  *         out_of_data |       | TRANSFERING | -----------------> | TRANSFERING | CANCELED |
    62  *                     \-----> \-------------/  [canceled,]free   \------------------------/
     60 *                     /------ /-------------\                    /--------------------------\
     61 *         out_of_data |       | TRANSFERRING | -----------------> | TRANSFERRING | CANCELED |
     62 *                     \-----> \-------------/  [canceled,]free   \--------------------------/
    6363 *                                    |
    6464 *                                    | finished,free
    6565 *                                    V
    66  *                       /------------------------\
    67  *                       | TRANSFERING | FINISHED |
    68  *                       \------------------------/
     66 *                       /-------------------------\
     67 *                       | TRANSFERRING | FINISHED |
     68 *                       \-------------------------/
    6969 */
    7070typedef struct file_transfer {
     
    115115
    116116        /*
    117          * If set, called after succesful connection setup.
     117         * If set, called after successful connection setup.
    118118         */
    119119        void (*accept)(struct file_transfer *file);
  • protocols/jabber/s5bytestream.c

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    536536                 * that sends atyp=0 addrlen=0 and only 6 bytes (one less than one would expect).
    537537                 * Therefore I removed the wait for more bytes. Since we don't care about what else the proxy
    538                  * is sending, it shouldnt matter */
     538                 * is sending, it should not matter */
    539539
    540540                if (bt->tf->ft->sending) {
     
    559559 * An intelligent sender would probably specify himself as the first streamhost and
    560560 * a proxy as the second (Kopete and PSI are examples here). That way, a (potentially)
    561  * slow proxy is only used if neccessary. This of course also means, that the timeout
     561 * slow proxy is only used if necessary. This of course also means, that the timeout
    562562 * per streamhost should be kept short. If one or two firewalled adresses are specified,
    563563 * they have to timeout first before a proxy is tried.
  • protocols/jabber/si.c

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    186186        jd->filetransfers = g_slist_prepend(jd->filetransfers, tf);
    187187
    188         /* query buddy's features and server's streaming proxies if neccessary */
     188        /* query buddy's features and server's streaming proxies if necessary */
    189189
    190190        if (!tf->bud->features) {
     
    283283
    284284        if (requestok) {
    285                 /* Figure out who the transfer should come frome... */
     285                /* Figure out who the transfer should come from... */
    286286
    287287                ext_jid = ini_jid;
     
    403403         * <iq from=... to=... id=...>
    404404         *      <si xmlns=si>
    405          *      [       <file xmlns=ft/>    ] <-- not neccessary
     405         *      [       <file xmlns=ft/>    ] <-- not necessary
    406406         *              <feature xmlns=feature>
    407407         *                      <x xmlns=xdata type=submit>
  • protocols/oscar/aim.h

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    871871 * SNAC Family: Internal Messages
    872872 *
    873  * This isn't truely a SNAC family either, but using
     873 * This isn't truly a SNAC family either, but using
    874874 * these, we can integrated non-SNAC services into
    875875 * the SNAC-centered libfaim callback structure.
  • protocols/oscar/auth.c

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    4141 * meaning you generally never call this.
    4242 *
    43  * But there are times when something might want it seperate. Specifically,
     43 * But there are times when something might want it separate. Specifically,
    4444 * libfaim sends this internally when doing SNAC login.
    4545 *
  • protocols/oscar/conn.c

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    1515 * In OSCAR, every connection has a set of SNAC groups associated
    1616 * with it.  These are the groups that you can send over this connection
    17  * without being guarenteed a "Not supported" SNAC error.
     17 * without being guaranteed a "Not supported" SNAC error.
    1818 *
    1919 * The grand theory of things says that these associations transcend
     
    3636 *
    3737 * Here comes the good bit.  Without even letting anyone know, particularly
    38  * the module that decided to send this SNAC, and definitly not that twit
     38 * the module that decided to send this SNAC, and definitely not that twit
    3939 * in Greenland, you send out a service request.  In this request, you have
    4040 * marked the need for a connection supporting group 0x000e.  A few seconds
  • protocols/oscar/im.c

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    5050 * encoding for your message.  In UNICODE mode, _all_ characters must
    5151 * occupy 16bits, including ones that are not special.  (Remember that
    52  * the first 128 UNICODE symbols are equivelent to ASCII7, however they
     52 * the first 128 UNICODE symbols are equivalent to ASCII7, however they
    5353 * must be prefixed with a zero high order byte.)
    5454 *
     
    6464 * in all of libfaim, it is written with performance in mind.  As such,
    6565 * it is not as clear as it could be in respect to how this message is
    66  * supposed to be layed out. Most obviously, tlvlists should be used
     66 * supposed to be laid out. Most obviously, tlvlists should be used
    6767 * instead of writing out the bytes manually.
    6868 *
     
    476476 * examples of how to do this.
    477477 *
    478  * I would definitly recommend avoiding this feature unless you really
     478 * I would definitely recommend avoiding this feature unless you really
    479479 * know what you are doing, and/or you have something neat to do with it.
    480480 *
     
    638638                        }
    639639#if 0
    640                         /* XXX this isn't really necesary... */
     640                        /* XXX this isn't really necessary... */
    641641                        if (((args.flag1 != 0x0000) &&
    642642                             (args.flag1 != 0x0002) &&
     
    11611161         *
    11621162         * Channel 0x0001 is the message channel.  There are
    1163          * other channels for things called "rendevous"
     1163         * other channels for things called "rendezvous"
    11641164         * which represent chat and some of the other new
    11651165         * features of AIM2/3/3.5.
    11661166         *
    1167          * Channel 0x0002 is the Rendevous channel, which
     1167         * Channel 0x0002 is the Rendezvous channel, which
    11681168         * is where Chat Invitiations and various client-client
    11691169         * connection negotiations come from.
     
    11811181         * with the TLVs read below, they are two different pieces.  The
    11821182         * userinfo block contains the number of TLVs that contain user
    1183          * information, the rest are not even though there is no seperation.
     1183         * information, the rest are not even though there is no separation.
    11841184         * aim_extractuserinfo() returns the number of bytes used by the
    11851185         * userinfo tlvs, so you can start reading the rest of them right
     
    12531253/*
    12541254 *
    1255  * I definitly recommend sending this.  If you don't, you'll be stuck
     1255 * I definitely recommend sending this.  If you don't, you'll be stuck
    12561256 * with the rather unreasonable defaults.  You don't want those.  Send this.
    12571257 *
  • protocols/oscar/misc.c

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    33 * aim_misc.c
    44 *
    5  * TODO: Seperate a lot of this into an aim_bos.c.
     5 * TODO: Separate a lot of this into an aim_bos.c.
    66 *
    77 * Other things...
  • protocols/oscar/msgcookie.c

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    142142 * @cookiep: the address of a pointer to the cookie struct to remove
    143143 *
    144  * this function removes the cookie *cookie from teh list of cookies
     144 * this function removes the cookie *cookie from the list of cookies
    145145 * in sess, and then frees all memory associated with it. including
    146146 * its data! if you want to use the private data after calling this,
  • protocols/oscar/oscar.c

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    12661266        } break;
    12671267
    1268         case 2: {         /* rendevous */
     1268        case 2: {         /* rendezvous */
    12691269                struct aim_incomingim_ch2_args *args;
    12701270                args = va_arg(ap, struct aim_incomingim_ch2_args *);
  • protocols/oscar/rxhandlers.c

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    381381        /*
    382382         * This doesn't have to be called here.  It could easily be done
    383          * by a seperate thread or something. It's an administrative operation,
     383         * by a separate thread or something. It's an administrative operation,
    384384         * and can take a while. Though the less you call it the less memory
    385385         * you'll have :)
  • protocols/oscar/rxqueue.c

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    361361/*
    362362 * Grab a single command sequence off the socket, and enqueue
    363  * it in the incoming event queue in a seperate struct.
     363 * it in the incoming event queue in a separate struct.
    364364 */
    365365int aim_get_command(aim_session_t *sess, aim_conn_t *conn)
     
    479479
    480480/*
    481  * Purge recieve queue of all handled commands (->handled==1).  Also
     481 * Purge receive queue of all handled commands (->handled==1).  Also
    482482 * allows for selective freeing using ->nofree so that the client can
    483483 * keep the data for various purposes.
  • protocols/oscar/service.c

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    157157
    158158/*
    159  * OSCAR defines several 'rate classes'.  Each class has seperate
     159 * OSCAR defines several 'rate classes'.  Each class has separate
    160160 * rate limiting properties (limit level, alert level, disconnect
    161161 * level, etc), and a set of SNAC family/type pairs associated with
     
    709709 * of memory.  (I won't put it past them to start requesting data in
    710710 * less static regions -- regions that are initialized at run time, but still
    711  * before the client recieves this request.)
    712  *
    713  * When the client recieves the request, it adds it to the current ds
     711 * before the client receives this request.)
     712 *
     713 * When the client receives the request, it adds it to the current ds
    714714 * (0x00400000) and dereferences it, copying the data into a buffer which
    715715 * it then runs directly through the MD5 hasher.  The 16 byte output of
     
    723723 *     download a FREE, fully featured, and authorized client, here
    724724 *     http://www.aol.com/aim/download2.html"
    725  * The connection is then closed, recieving disconnect code 1, URL
     725 * The connection is then closed, receiving disconnect code 1, URL
    726726 * http://www.aim.aol.com/errors/USER_LOGGED_OFF_NEW_LOGIN.html.
    727727 *
    728728 * Note, however, that numerous inconsistencies can cause the above error,
    729  * not just sending back a bad hash.  Do not immediatly suspect this code
     729 * not just sending back a bad hash.  Do not immediately suspect this code
    730730 * if you get disconnected.  AOL and the open/free software community have
    731731 * played this game for a couple years now, generating the above message
    732  * on numerous ocassions.
     732 * on numerous occasions.
    733733 *
    734734 * Anyway, neener.  We win again.
  • protocols/oscar/tlv.c

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    2525 * bstream references, so that at least the ->value portion of each
    2626 * element doesn't need to be malloc/memcpy'd.  This could prove to be
    27  * just as effecient as the in-place TLV parsing used in a couple places
     27 * just as efficient as the in-place TLV parsing used in a couple places
    2828 * in libfaim.
    2929 *
     
    135135/**
    136136 * aim_addtlvtochain_str - Add a string to a TLV chain
    137  * @list: Desination chain (%NULL pointer if empty)
     137 * @list: Designation chain (%NULL pointer if empty)
    138138 * @type: TLV type
    139139 * @str: String to add
  • protocols/oscar/txqueue.c

    re11216c re88fe7da  
    6767 * The overall purpose here is to enqueue the passed in command struct
    6868 * into the outgoing (tx) queue.  Basically...
    69  *   1) Make a scope-irrelevent copy of the struct
     69 *   1) Make a scope-irrelevant copy of the struct
    7070 *   3) Mark as not-sent-yet
    7171 *   4) Enqueue the struct into the list
  • protocols/skype/README

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    203203
    204204  * `account skype set skypeconsole_receive true` will make the
    205     `skypeconsole` account dump all the recieved raw traffic for you
     205    `skypeconsole` account dump all the received raw traffic for you
    206206
    207207- If you want to automatically join bookmarked groupchats right after
  • protocols/twitter/twitter_http.c

    re11216c re88fe7da  
    2424/***************************************************************************\
    2525*                                                                           *
    26 *  Some funtions within this file have been copied from other files within  *
     26*  Some functions within this file have been copied from other files within  *
    2727*  BitlBee.                                                                 *
    2828*                                                                           *
  • protocols/yahoo/libyahoo2.c

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    1212 * GNU GPL.
    1313 *
    14  * This code is derivitive of Gaim <http://gaim.sourceforge.net>
     14 * This code is derivative of Gaim <http://gaim.sourceforge.net>
    1515 * copyright (C) 1998-1999, Mark Spencer <markster@marko.net>
    1616 *             1998-1999, Adam Fritzler <afritz@marko.net>
     
    14021402
    14031403        /*
    1404          * Status updates may be spread accross multiple packets and not
     1404         * Status updates may be spread across multiple packets and not
    14051405         * even on buddy boundaries, so keeping some state is important.
    14061406         * So, continue where we left off, and only add a user entry to
  • protocols/yahoo/yahoo2_callbacks.h

    re11216c re88fe7da  
    685685 * Name: ext_yahoo_connect_async
    686686 *      Connect to a host:port asynchronously. This function should return
    687  *      immediately returing a tag used to identify the connection handler,
     687 *      immediately returning a tag used to identify the connection handler,
    688688 *      or a pre-connect error (eg: host name lookup failure).
    689689 *      Once the connect completes (successfully or unsuccessfully), callback
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