Facebook plugin for libpurple (Morsender)

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Facebook protocol plugin for libpurple created by https://github.com/dequis/purple-facebook i just built it for sailfishos. libjson-glib-1_0-0 is needed but it should pick it up. Its working with Morsender so if you have any problems with this plugin:
1. Its not Morsender fault
2. Its not my fault as i dont maintain it
3. i dont care you can open issue in the author thread

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Application versions: 
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File libpurple-plugin-facebook-0.9.5-1.1.5.jolla_.armv7hl.rpm74.39 KB23/03/2019 - 11:45
File libpurple-plugin-facebook-0.9.5-1.1.5.jolla_.i486.rpm83.4 KB23/03/2019 - 11:45
Changelog: 

- update to version 0.9.4
* Add content-type header to all requests, fixes http error 400
* Change error message when sync_sequence_id is missing, for clarity
* Bump orca version. Purely speculative, may not help with anything.

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JacekJagosz's picture

Hmm, this is exactly what I did It wouldn't even let me create an account via the app. But I will try to experiment, after all it works for some so it might work for me

Mister_Magister's picture

I discovered that my plugins don't work on 3.0.2 so don't even bother. I will try to fix them when 3.0.2 will be out

JacekJagosz's picture

I tried that and I have the SSL problem too.
And I know you wrote in the description it is not yoir fault

Mister_Magister's picture

eventually try setting up account on the computer in pidgin and then copy ~/.purple folder onto device.

 

 

 

#works for me

Sailbook's picture

When i install the plugin i get SSL connection error how can i fix this ? thanks!

Mister_Magister's picture

If problem still exists try setting account up on linux pc and pidgin and then copy ~/.purple to device

Mister_Magister's picture

Just try to reconnect

Sailbook's picture

Yeah fixed again ;)

ade's picture

https://openrepos.net/comment/28453#comment-28453

Response from Basil:

Hi there,

 

there was a pending update/rebuild for integration of qr codes for easier package download.

The work is completed, and packages list is available (and visible) once again.

 

Regards,

Basil.