Bug 45568

Summary: The server-file-transfer example is not very exemplary
Product: Ytstenut Reporter: Robert Staudinger <robert.staudinger>
Component: tp-ytstenutAssignee: Robert Staudinger <robert.staudinger>
Status: NEW --- QA Contact:
Severity: enhancement    
Priority: medium CC: olli.salli
Version: unspecifiedKeywords: patch
Hardware: Other   
OS: All   
URL: https://github.com/r0b5t4/telepathy-ytstenut/commit/8e330375ce4d874e522d5a94947e91a22d84531c
Whiteboard: review-
i915 platform: i915 features:

Description Robert Staudinger 2012-02-02 14:47:37 UTC
The  server-file-transfer example should also use a TpYtsClient when waiting to receive a file, so it can be discovered by other ytstenut apps and used for testing.
Comment 1 Robert Staudinger 2012-02-02 14:48:37 UTC
Patch, good to go?
Comment 2 Olli Salli 2012-02-03 03:29:05 UTC
The patch does multiple unrelated things in the same commit:
* make cosmetic changes to variable naming
* start using GOptions
* using it, make some formerly hardcoded variables specified on the command line
* invent new format for addressing the recipient service when sending
* finally, add the TpYtsClient when receiving (what this bug was specifically about)

I'm not saying these changes are bad; on the contrary, they are sensible and superficially seem well executed. However, it's hard to review them all in one (especially because some things are just cosmetics and non-functional refactoring), and also the patch description becomes misleading.

Thus, please split to smaller commits resembling something like the above outline.

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