mobilemule project source The source of this project are open?
Posted 27 August 2003 - 07:33 PM
the protocol implementation is OpenSource (however not yet documented). You can find in in mmsocket.cpp and mmserver.cpp in the eMule source.
But I would not recommend to use this protocol for remote control tasks, other than for mobilemule. It will change from time to time, rawdata over HTTP is for other tasks useless overhead and the options are fairly limited (since it is used on mobilephones).
But of course you are free to do it
Posted 27 August 2003 - 07:38 PM
I'll have a look at the source tomorrow (and hopefully figure one or two things out .
The reason i was asking, is that i'm currently somehow addicted to rss feeds (i already made feeds for my incoming emails and a forum, call me nuts .
So i thought about creating a feed of completed files by querying the client, so my feed reader would display a short message when a new file completes (i.e. with the filename, date/time and size).
Wish me luck, i'll probably need it
Posted 02 September 2003 - 06:44 PM
this has several reasons. The main reason is that I want to avoid any comercial misuse of MobileMule. Since mobile phones offer easy possibilties to pay for stuff (premium sms etc) and paying for mobile phone downloads isn't that unusual for users such applications are easy targets. I know this could have been done with a strict license only, however OS programs offer more technical possibilites to do this (and besides some people think OS = they can do with it what they want)
It is actually a problem for eMule too (dialer etc), however there is no way this can be avoided at this time.
The second reason is that I think one developer is enough for this small project at this time. Answering questions/improvemtents/critic about the code, checking versions from other devs and merging new stuff is more work for me as dev in this case than just coding on it from time to time and having full control over it. Therefor keeping it CS at this time is the better choice, and has no real disadvantages for endusers (the client is not security critical, ad/spyware can't be implemented etc)
This post has been edited by MobileMule: 02 September 2003 - 06:45 PM
Posted 04 September 2003 - 11:46 AM
I would like to developer who built the app. It is really nice and I am 100% support his oppinion to keep the app CS at the moment.
About RSS feeds: building small app that consumes feeds will be not so hard to implement. But in that case you can also build small WML/XHTML page generated on the fly with information you want. Therefore, you can use your mobile's browser instead of MobileMule. Or may be I just got the idea in totally wrong way.
And one small side note: Icon of the app has some extra white pixels around it (i suspect it is not very good scaled or converted. When you select the app, the icon looks "hairy").
Posted 04 September 2003 - 12:39 PM
cicada, on Sep 4 2003, 11:46 AM, said:
I think so
I wanted to write a small app that queries my emule for information and provides that information to another application as an rss feed.
i could use the default webserver with an according template, but then i couldnt use the webinterface anymore. therefore i wanted to use the mobilemule port to query to information i need.
but i didnt have the time to look into the protocol yet.
Posted 01 November 2004 - 06:24 PM
But, now? With my NEC e228 don't work the installation, and with the source code, i have some possibility of making it working...
But not a open source, and now i can't use it on my phone...
Can i hope you make it working with the Nec e228 phone in the future?
Or i can forget it?