[jadmin] [jdev and jadmin] service user login, server conf and gateway charsets

Daniel Henninger jadestorm at nc.rr.com
Thu Aug 18 07:23:50 CDT 2005


As PyICQ stands in it's SVN right now, it does do separate encoding  
per user -but- does not have a good way of setting it.  I tried to  
implement setting this via the registration form and found that the  
registration form only allows specific variables.  Oleg, I'm curious  
to know what client you are using that allows you to even see the  
encoding field.  =)  Psi doesn't show it to me.  Anyway, I had  
planned on implementing it another way . . . perhaps via ad-hoc  
commands.  At this time, the global encoding is the only 'official'  
method that works.  If you can find a way of setting the per-user  
encoding, that does work as well.


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On Aug 18, 2005, at 7:23 AM, Konstantin Klyagin wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 10:02:24PM +0400, Oleg Motienko wrote:
>>> 3. I have several IM gateways in my Jabber server. Charsets, to
>>> which the messages are converted, are specified in the
>>> corresponding configuration files. Is there any way to
>>> explicitely specify which charset a message must be converted
>>> from utf8 before sending it to the detination user on icq, aim,
>>> msn and such?
>> As I know, PyICQ-t can set different legacy encoding for each
>> user. But it is under development yet. Latest SNV version looks
>> good.
> I've took a look at the PyICQ-t and still wondering how I can set a
> separate encoding for each user. Is there any standard way? I could
> only find the <encoding> tag in the configuration file, which is
> transport-wide.
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