[sldev] Generic LSL->Client Comms

Tim Shephard tshephard at gmail.com
Sat Feb 24 17:10:47 PST 2007

At a minimum, I'd like to see Dale's version implemented, though it
should probably have an escape character that the beginning which is a
little more rare.

Perhaps |?

On 2/24/07, Dale Glass <dale at daleglass.net> wrote:
> В сообщении от 25 февраля 2007 00:06 Soft Noel написал(a):
> > On Sat, February 24, 2007 2:48 pm, Dale Glass wrote:
> > > Obviously, my way of doing it is a hack. A quite ugly one at that.
> >
> > Actually, it's clever and I plan on stealing it for another project. :)
> Just two things here:
> 1. If possible, use the same protocol (or bump the version number) so we don't
> end up having to make the viewer deal with 20 versions of the same stuff
> 2. Have in mind that the code I linked is incomplete and insecure. The viewer
> actually has no way of telling that something is being delivered with
> llOwnerSay. So the code as implemented parses any messages from objects, from
> anybody.
> So to close that hole, the code will have to pass the object's and the owner's
> key to the code doing the text parsing, so that they can be verified.
> If you do that, I'd appreciate a patch, as I'm working on other things ATM.
> > My
> > point was that yours was a solution to a different problem. #1 and #2-6 in
> > your list are two different problems.
> Right, the "Generic LSL->Client Comms" confused me a bit, as #2-6 is precisely
> what it makes me think of.
> > Also, did I read somewhere that messaging might go TCP, and would that
> > take care of #5?
> Yep, that'd do nicely.
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