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Here's an update to [id://] resolution in the Tk client.

The client as posted at the head returns

    resolved name of id:// link
for each id:// link. This is not always wanted, as sometimes you'll be greeted with a Search page instead of the node in question when you click on such a link. Turns out that PerlMonks::Chat can be told to do the right thing!

At lines 280, 298, and 315 of the original code, we have:

    foreach ($p->getnewlines(1)) { push @chat_cache, $_; }

For each of these instances, change it to be:     foreach ($p->getnewlines(1,1)) { push @chat_cache, $_; } This will tell PerlMonks::Chat to render id:// links as [id://xxxxxx|resolved name]

Here's the diff against the code at the head of this thread. Patches a file called "chatterbox" in the current dir, so hack as needed. :o)

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In reply to Re: Perl/Tk Chatterbox Client (id:// resolving) by yakko
in thread Perl/Tk Chatterbox Client by Shendal

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