Hello, I've tried to login my facebook account via mirc sockets but the page seems doesnt allow to enter by any other methods besides internet browsers. Does anyone have an idea about this issue?
sorry but am not good in english can you say it another way?
While I agree that mIRC is not a browser, mIRC, using the proper socket commands, can make a website think that it's a browser. Thereby making the website relay the information to mIRC as if it was a browser, and allowing mIRC to send information to the website in a browser style.
OH! I didn't know this; gonna download an internet explorer.
How can you make a website (that is, "a collection of related web pages, images, videos or other digital assets that are addressed with a common domain name or IP address") think that mIRC is a client, without mIRC being a client?
In summary, don't use mIRC solely for this. Get a library that's already written to do this, such as the libraries you can obtain when you compile firefox. Write a wrapper for it, and use that to login, or use mIRC sockets to get the data and the libraries to parse it. That might take hours (if you know what to do) instead of days or weeks (if you know what to do). edit: Alternatively, you could port the facebook application API to mIRC and use XML feeds.