полная поддержка прямых соединений v8




What do these symbols mean that are printed for each contact with the 'e', 'w', 'ee', 'ww' and 's' commands?
   

The symbol printed after the peer-to-peer protocol version with the 'ee' and 'ww' commands are connectivity flags:

  • '%': SSL-encrypted direct connection with contact established.
  • '&': direct connection with contact established.
  • '|': direct connection with contact failed.
  • ':': direct connection with contact is tried to establish.
  • '.': direct connection with contact closed.
  • '^': no direct connection, but IP address and port number known.
  • ' ': no direct connection possible.
The symbols printed with all commands are contact flags:
  • '+': alias entry, only with 'ww'
  • '#': temporary contact (i.e. UIN was mentioned, but not added to contact list), only with 'w' and 'ww'
  • '*': intimate: sees you when invisible
  • '-': hide: doesn't see you at any time
  • '^': ignore this contact
If none of the latter are applicable, '&', '|', ':', '.' as above are printed if applicable.

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