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Italiano / REJE REJE
« on: June 22, 2002, 09:54:02 AM »
Perchè no? dico quel che penso :D

&RQ / &RQ as TheBat
« on: June 16, 2002, 08:33:57 PM »
Ahahahah :)

Italiano / REJE REJE
« on: June 16, 2002, 08:33:02 PM »
Meno male che hai la capacità e le idee per questo fantastico clone di icq...

:) Las.

Italiano / REJE REJE
« on: June 15, 2002, 08:23:48 PM »
Ciao Alekals (piacere sentirti anche qui),
in effetti un port *nix sarebbe comodo, ma considera che:
- I src sono in Delphi
- I src non sono ancora public

Esiste un port di delphi per linux, ma come dice reje nell'altro post non ci sono troppe lib compatibili; inoltre componenti per la gui veramente portabili ed efficaci non ce ne sono...
Sarebbe un lavorone, addirittura forse occorrerebbe ipotizzare una riscrittura da 0.
Inoltre al momento che i src saran disponibili, nessuno vieta che qlc non tiri su un project di port per linux; e cmq non la vedo semplicissima.

Cya! Las.

Italiano / Problemino
« on: June 13, 2002, 03:03:15 PM »
Sarebbe interessante provare a compilare una versione con Kylix (si scriverà così?)...
I source son compatibili?

Italiano / Guida alle preferences creative di &RQ
« on: June 04, 2002, 09:54:10 PM »
Yes... direi che è il meglio se qlc volesse scrivere qualcosa..
ora è online una versione che contiene le varie options che sono "ambigue"... ora rimane che scriverle :P


Italiano / Guida alle preferences creative di &RQ
« on: June 04, 2002, 06:31:44 AM »
GPC&RQ: Guida alle preferences creative di &RQ

Una mini guida alle preferences strane che &rq offre in lingua italiana per orientare un po gli user attraverso il contorto pannello delle preference del nostro fantastico clone :)

Trovate il file attuale in fase di sviluppo qui:

Chi vuole contribuire... molto ben accetto :D

Cya, Las.

Developers / I'm thinking about a plugin...
« on: May 31, 2002, 11:00:36 AM »
The communications between java <-> plugin can be implemented with http request and http response (using plugin web-server like a CGI).

applet request this url:

the plugin send back to java with binary mime-type the buffer received from &RQ, if anyone. (The plugin track with a FIFO stack all messages received from &rq)

applet request this url:

the plugin insert into stack for messages to &rq the buffer received from the applet (the buffer-data will be translated into binary data)
(the plugin has a thread - or equivalent - that flush and set stacks from and to &rq)

Developers / I'm thinking about a plugin...
« on: May 30, 2002, 05:13:37 AM »
Yes, it's right.
If u have your host with &rq and &wg, u can login into your &rq and use it, like send and receive messages and browse your contact list.
And all is pwd protected (with HTTP auth-basic scheme, I think).

Ah, the prj up-to-date is avaible at

I'm now writing the project... I think that maybe the first release of &wq will be relased on 2050 :D ;)

byby, TC

Developers / I'm thinking about a plugin...
« on: May 28, 2002, 10:52:03 PM »
&RQ Web Gateway project

&RQ Web Gateway (for fiends &WG) is a gateway of &rq for web and wap.
It's a plugin that allow to use &rq from remote: log in and work with web
interface with remote-host 's &rq UIN.

   Use &rq from remote
   Users that cannot use &rq from particular hosts (an exampe: host with only
      web-proxy) can use their &rq.
   Use &rq from telephones (using wap-interface)

   Project by Ezio Bonsi
   uin #: 56979793

Tech note:
   Language : C (compiled with lcc-win32)
   Status   : only-prj
   Prj date : 2002.05.28

What do you think? Is it a feasible idea? Has it a real utility?
by, ]TC[

Developers / Write plugins in C: some resources
« on: May 24, 2002, 11:28:13 PM »
At the address there are some docs and resources about writing C plugins for &rq 0.9+.
I think that my work can be helpful for others potential C-developers...
now some docs are in Italian; I'm working on translations in eng.
I'm also working on pluginUtils pack: I want expand it with a rich set of functions.

Greetings, TC <> - #56979793

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