TextSecure Support -> https://whispersystems.org
TextSecure is considered as this is the only true open source and secure What'sApp alternative. It's absolutely open and everyone is invted to contribute to the messenger in any way. Even Edward Snowden recommends this messenger. Even though it's very easy and handy to use, it holds advanced encryption, either by its own Internet messenger protocol or by SMS/MMS. It also offers an advanced OTR system, which allows encrypted group chat.
Please support by implementing this protocol into Miranda NG!
Here it is, the C library for the Signal protocol: https://github.com/WhisperSystems/libsignal-protocol-c
Signal by Open Whisper Systems (E2EE (End-to-end encryption) - is their the latest progect as I know.
It would be nice if Miranda-NG will have it. But yes, it is still Java.
We will wait until they present a C/C++ library and/or their desktop clients first.
It is somehow planned as one can read there
Delphi is a compiler language, and it is closely bound to Windows API. Delphi or pure C would be okay too. It is something completely different then Java, which doesn't run natively and needs its own interpreter (Java virtual machine).
Objective-C is a backwards-compatible extension of C. It may bebackported, but thats not as easy as it seems to be on the first look.
Geht Euch Nichts An commented
1) Has the cource to be in C++ for adaption in Miranda NG? That's completely new to me, as e.g. Awkward's plugins like WATrack, MRadio, etc. are written in Delphi?
2.) Can't the protocol be adapted and rewritten in C++? The specifications are completely open and documented: https://github.com/WhisperSystems/TextSecure/wiki/ProtocolV2
3.) If you need C++ code, can't the source of the upcoming TextSecure iphone App be adapted? I was always of the opinion taht Objective C code is not so diffrent from C++?
I looked at their source code. It is all Java. This doesn't help in Miranda NG, which is in C++. We need C++ libraries.