First of all: Hi there,
this migth be a very simple questions but I could not find the answer even after hours of searching. Heres what I want to know:
I want to register a handler/event listener/callback/whatever that gets informed about any incoming message for users that are on the same domains as my server. Of course I read the developers guide and also managed to load a first test plugin that prints some stuff into the log.
But I don’t get how events are handled. I checked some plugins to see how they accomplish a few things, but whenever I open a new one, there is a bunch of totally different named handlers and listeners that don’t even inherit from the same superinterface/class. How in hell am I supposed to know about them? I could not find a document that describes all the handlers that are available.
So for my need I only found the PacketInterceptor. But this seems to be VERY low level since it already handles with all kinds of packets. I’m actually only interessted in Messages. I might just filter these out, but I’m a bit uncertain if this is really the way to go. Additionally I was expecting something like a “MessageListener” that I can register somewhere and only get informed about Messages that were delivered to local users.
I just want to get all messages (for local users only) as soon as they are either delivered to a connected session or stored in the offline storage.
This migth sound like I’m just to lazy to make researches on my own, but I’m really confused about the fact that I could not find something that provides a not so low-level event-system.
Thanks in advance