[JDEV] icqv7-t in FreeBSD?
dougal at gunters.org
Fri Aug 9 09:37:17 CDT 2002
On Fri, 9 Aug 2002, Ben Schumacher wrote:
> FYI- I know the AIM transport can be taught to talk to ICQ with some sort
> of hackishness. Its should be fairly simple. Check the mailing list logs.
Yeah, I suppose I could try falling back to that. I don't know why I
haven't tried it already. Just stubborn I guess. See, I just moved from
a Linux server to the FreeBSD server, and I wanted to get things set up
like they were before. But I *did* use aim-t as an icq bridge for a
while, so I guess I can do it again.
> > Hmm.... Maybe I could whip something simple together in Perl...
> /me shudders.
> Why not use a more powerful/useful scripting language, like Ruby?
For the same reason I don't use Python: I haven't taken the time to sit
down and learn it yet. I don't have anything against Python or Ruby,
it's just that my time is limited, so it's easier to use a language that
I already know than it is to learn a new one.
Ernest MacDougal Campbell III, MCP+I, MCSE <dougal at gunters.org>
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