Also, it would be great if .NET wrapper will be more in .NET coding style, because now I have a lot of StyleCop and FxCop rule violations.
And one more - comments in .NET style. There are a lot of great and useful comments in code but to see them I should go to code of .NET Wrapper every time.
I understand that it means a huge refactoring, and huge not backward compatible changes, but it will make .NET wrapper much more developer-friendly.
For all embedded systems we develop for, and that is a lot, talking about millions potentioal installations, we don't use libx11, we use opengl for UI and to render decoded H.264 video it's a totally different story using different platform specific rendering APIs. Thanks.
Blackberry playbook has a TI OMAP 4430 that embedds a cortex a9 processor (armv7).
I think it should not be hard to get it as Playbook allows compiling directly in C++ using a compiler such as gcc.
That would be a big step to bring Skype to playbook.
Signed up for Beta SDK, waited months, and finally paid for SDK, only, can't find iOS. Maybe I'm missing it, or just got bad information from the Internet, but I can't figure out which runtime works with iOS. Does it exist? Otherwise, my idea is in the subject line :)
Just wanted to post here and see how much support there would be for SH4 runtimes. There are a lot of set top boxes wordlwide that use SH4 processors. We deploy many linux based set top boxes into the payTV market and it would be usefull to integrate Skype into these boxes. This would allow people who do not yet have skype enabled TV's to use skype in their living rooms.
I have already suggested it here and was told it would be a good idea to post a new idea too.
When perusing the code in the SDK I can't help but notice how inconsistent the formatting is - tabs mixed with spaces and inconsistent indentation makes for difficult to read code.
May I suggest spaces only, with a soft-tab width of 4 spaces. Some people prefer 2; consistency and readability are what's important.
Appropriate whitespace would also be nice. SidPCMInterface.hpp comes to mind - no whitespace between two class definitions, and one class is indented further than the other. PCMLoopback.cpp is a little messy too.
It almost looks as though multiple people have been developing the SDK with different format settings in their editor.
Or at the very least, complete documentation:
In addition to a description and documented parameters, the documentation for every method should include information on its return value. Don't make any assumptions about the obviousness of anything.
Classes aught to list inherited members and metods. It would also help if classes, members, and methods were listed in alphabetical order.
An API browser similar to that available for Java (complete with frames!) would be ideal.
The log analyzer could have a more informative display in the case where a submitted log actually has no data.
I recently submitted a couple such logs and was confused when nothing showed up on the log analyzer interface, leading to the following discussion on the discussion board: http://devforum.skype.com/t5/Compiling-Runtimes/Do
Since I don't actually know what the logs contain and haven't seen any kind of output on the analyzer, I can't really suggest what should be displayed, but at the least, something should be displayed (rather than nothing.)
I'm a total noob. Just got my Skype Developer Kit. One of my motivations for getting it was to see if there was some way to address the problem of a lack of email notifications for skype chat messages when the receiving party is offline:
Is it even possible to access chat-related information through SkypeKit?
Many thanks in advance