So, it's been a few weeks. I'm starting to get near the next release. about time, too.
Fixing the multiple server hooks bug may have to be postponed, but I've added many more hooks which should hopefully be operational by the next release. Currently, all the plugin hooks are:
(Current, PEPAPI v1)
updateWindow (Called by the plugin, changes window width, height and title)
sendPacketHook (Called by the Core, every time the client sends a packet, allows viewing and modification of the sent data)
recievePacketHook (Called by the Core, called every time the client receives a packet, allows viewing and modification of the received data)
finishPluginSetup (Called by the Core, called after the plugin has been set up, when it is safe for it to start using hooks)
(New, PEPAPI v1.1)
forceRecieveHook (Called by the plugin, allows the plugin to force the client to receive data, crafts a packet sent to the client)
forceSendHook (Called by the plugin, allows the plugin to force the client to send data, crafts a packet sent to the server)
forceCloseHook (Called by the plugin, forces a socket to close)
socketOpenHook (Called by the Core, called every time a socket is opened)
socketCloseHook (Called by the Core, called every time a socket is closed)
Several old PEPAPI v1 hooks will be changed to use the new SocketID system. all hooks are currently in flux, and may very well be drastically changed several times over the next few releases.
Oh, and there's a Wiki now:
Hopefully, I'll do some work on the wiki after this next release, since there should be enough hooks now to make some useful plugins.
Also, if there are any Linux or Mac users who would like to become testers, please contact me.
today's one of those days where everything works.
Fixed a dozen bugs. Got my HTTPlugin proof-of-concept working. looks like I'm almost ready for the next release (although, I'd prefer to finish HTTPlugin first, so that there's some example code for the new hooks).