Jump to content

Gaim 2.0.0 BETA 1


Recommended Posts

O Gaim é um cliente de Instant Messaging ('Mensageiro Instantâneo') que se assemelha com o AIM.Permite-lhe usar AIM, ICQ, Yahoo, MSN, IRC, Jabber, Zephyer e Gadu-Gadu, tudo em um! Alem disso, é open-source.

Cá ficam com o changelog:


Status System:

* The code dealing with buddy and account status, away messages,

  away states, online/offline, etc has been completely rewritten.

  Huge thanks to Christian Hammond, Dave West, Daniel Atallah and

  Sadrul Habib Chowdhury.

* Your status can now be set from inside the buddy list using the

  selector at the bottom of the window.

* To see messages when a buddy signs on or off, goes away, or

  becomes idle, load the "Buddy State Notification" plugin

Buddy List:

* Buddy icons are now shown in tooltips (Felipe Contreras)

* Tooltips now contain additional information about a "Person" that

  contains multiple online buddies

* Added a "Last Seen" field to buddy tooltips (Richard Laager)

* Contacts will auto-expand when buddies are dragged around

* If Gaim is exited with the buddy list hidden in the docklet, it

  will remain hidden when Gaim is started again (Scott Shedden)

* Improved buddy list searching with CTRL+F

Conversations and Chats:

* Messages from buddies in the same "Person" will automatically

  use the same conversation window.

* The "Send As" menu has been replaced with a more appropriate

  "Send To" menu based on "Persons" on your buddy list

* Message formatting persists between messages (Igor Belyi)

* Full message background colors are now supported

* Smooth scrolling when receiving a new message

* Screenname colors in chats now chosen intelligently from GNOME

  color palette

* Conversation buffer scrollback limited to avoid large memory

  usage in active conversations

* Control-Shift-Tab will reverse cycle through the conversation tabs

  (James Vega)

* Many problems related to having an IM conversation and a chat open

  with the same name are fixed (Andrew Hart)

* Warning dialog when closing a window with unread IM messages

* In chats right-click on names in the conversation window to

  IM/Send File/Get info/ignore the user

* Added tab management options to the tab right-click menu (Sadrul Habib


* Brand new message queueing system (Casey Harkins)


* Beautiful new default sounds (Brad Turcotte)

* Use libao for playing sounds via NAS instead of accessing NAS directly

Log Viewer:

* Log viewer aggregates logs from the same Contact (Richard Laager)

* When opening the log viewer, show the most recent log by default

  (Peter McCurdy)


* Plugins are now accessed through a separate dialog from the Tools

  menu of the Buddy List

* Newly installed plugins can now be activated without restarting

  Gaim (Sadrul Habib Chowdhury)

* Overhauled the system tray/docklet plugin (Casey Harkins)

* Text Replacement Plugin rewritten, works in real time and far more

  intuitively (Benjamin Kahn with help from Richard Laager)

* Entries in the text replacement plugin are now sorted

  alphabetically (Richard Laager)

* The Evolution Integration plugin now supports Groupwise contacts

* Mono plugin loader (Eoin Coffey)

* Perl plugin loader has been rewritten (John Kelm, Google Summer

  of Code)

* New music messaging plugin (Christian Muise, Google Summer of Code)

* gaim-remote has been superceded by new DBUS bindings within Gaim

  (Piotr Zielinski, Google Summer of Code)

* The functionality of the auto-reconnect plugin has been

  moved into the Gaim core, and the plugin itself has been


MSN Features:

* Custom smiley receiving support (Irving Cordova & Francesco Fracassi)

* Added support for sending (with the /nudge command) and receiving

  "nudges" (Julien Cegarra, Martin Bayard)

* Added an account action to open your Hotmail inbox from MSN

Yahoo Features:

* Stealth Settings have been implemented

* Doodle is now supported (Andrew Dieffenbach, Google Summer of Code)

* Buddies' requests to add you to their lists now prompt for


AIM/ICQ Features:

* ICQ file transfer support with newer ICQ clients (Jonathan Clark,

  Google Summer of Code)

* Many overall improvements to OSCAR file transfers (Jonathan Clark,

  Google Summer of Code)

* Ability to set ICQ "require authorization" and "web aware"

  setting (Ettore Simone)

* ICQ encoding fix for offline buddies (Ilya Konstantinov)

IRC Features:

* SSL support for IRC connections (Daniel Atallah)

* Show an error message when temporarily unable to join an IRC

  channel or change your nick (Richard Laager)

* Added /nickserv, /memoserv, /chanserv and /operserv

  commands (Joao Luís Marques Pinto)

Jabber Features:

* Support for SRV lookups

* Support for buddy icons

* Jabber User Directory searching

SILC Features:

* Whiteboard support (Pekka Riikonen)

* Sending/receiving images in IMs (Pekka Riikonen)

* Cipher and HMAC selection support (Pekka Riikonen)

Other Protocol Changes:

* Bonjour (Rendezvous) protocol support (Juanjo Molinero Horno, Google

  Summer of Code)

* Updated Gadu-Gadu protocol support (Bartosz Oler, Google Summer of


* SIP/SIMPLE support (Thomas Butter, Google Summer of Code)

* Sametime protocol support

Other Noteworthy Changes:

* UPnP and NAT traversal support (Adam J. Warrington, Google Summer of


* The modify account dialog now contains two tabs, which should display

  better at lower resolutions (Sadrul Habib Chowdhury)

* New "find buddy" results dialog (Alex Converse)

* People using input methods can now use Enter again

* GNOME users can open received files by clicking on "Open" in the

  file transfer window

* Mouse-over hyperlink coloring is now themeable

* Buddy Pounces now have a proper management window. (Kevin Stange)

* Buddy icons maintain aspect ratio when resized

* The last used directory is remembered for opening or saving files and

  buddy icons

Preference Changes:

* Preferences have been substantially reorganized and cleaned up

* Smiley theme descriptions are now shown correctly for the highlighted

  smiley theme (Levi Bard)

* All Buddy List preferences have been moved to the Buddies menu of

  the buddy list window.

* Proxy settings will be taken from Gnome if it is running.  These may

  still be overridden on a per-account basis.

* Removed "Dim idle buddies;" behavior is now always enabled

* Removed keyboard shortcut preferences for ctrl-B/I/U; enabled by

  default, but won't interfere with bindings set by the GTK theme

* Removed keyboard shortcuts preferences for ctrl-# to insert a smiley;

  behavior removed from Gaim

* Removed "Enter" vs. "Ctrl-Enter" to send; "Enter" sends by default,

  but it is now possible to change this binding in your GTK theme

* Removed "Show multi-colored screennames in chats;" behavior is now

  always enabled and screenname colors automatically adjust themselves

  to compensate for background color.

* Removed "Raise Buddy List Window on Events" and the related behavior

* Removed "Display remote nicknames if no alias is set"

* Removed "Show idle times" and "Show warning levels" on the buddy

  list; behavior is now always enabled

* Removed "Auto-expand contacts;" contacts expand only when dragging

  buddies around the buddy list

* Removed conversation and buddy list buttons and related preferences

* Removed "Raise conversation window" preferences; moved feature to

  the notify plugin

* Removed "Show alias in tabs/titles;" behavior is now always enabled

* Removed "Show formatting toolbars;" the setting in conversations'

  "Options" menu now affects the global preference

* Removed "Show timestamps;" behavior is now enabled, but is overridden

  by the timestamp plugin

* Removed all protocol options pages

* Removed "Escape closes windows;" default key binding is now Ctrl-W

* Removed "Gaim usage" and "Idle time reporting" preferences; behavior

  now always uses mouse/keyboard when available

* Removed "Log when buddies sign on/sign off/become idle/become

  un-idle/go away/come back" and "Log your own actions;" all of these

  will be logged when the system log is enabled

* Removed the separate ignore formatting preferences; behavior has been

  consolidated into a single preference

Ainda não instalei porque está a fazer o download. Vou já instalar e fazer uma pequena análise aqui para o P@P...


Link to comment
Share on other sites

Lol 🙂 já estou a usar desde dia 10 prai :| era uma version que vi nos forums do Ubuntu ainda por cima era .deb por isso foi facil 🙂

No geral está muito melhor, mais "mariquinhas" que o outro com outros efeitos malucos e tal mas está mais agradavel 🙂

Tenho de experimentar melhor tudo, mas nota-se que o Google Summer Code fez grandes improves no Gaim 🙂 ainda por cima aquele que mandava naquilo tudo foi trabalhar para o GTalk, logo esperam-se grandes coisas para o gaim 😛

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Estive umas 4 horas assim, depois consegui finalmente entrar....

Agora é a minha vez de não conseguir entrar no MSN através do Gaim 1.5. Alem de que ainda não consegui instalar o Gaim através do pacote tar.gz. Quando faço ./configure diz que preciso da biblioteca GTK+ 2.0 pelo menos. Eu saquei a 2.8 e quando faço ./configure para a instalar diz-me que necessita da GLIB...

Alguma forma de instalar o Gaim sem ser através de .tar.gz? Nem que seja adicionando alguns repositorios á sources.list e fazendo apt-get?


Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site you accept our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.