dmsn is an alternative MSN client. It runs on a Java Virtual Machine. Due to the fact that it runs on a virtual machine, there's no reason for compiling, right? Anyway, the bad point is that this program is freeware rather than opensource.
Steps to Reproduce:
if you provide a working ebuild we will test it and make it available.
I've run into trouble while creating the ebuild. It runs a graphical installer and there is no source code nor a simple binary...
There's another problem: it doesn't install itself system-wide.
Anyway, I sent an email to the author to ask him about these things. Hope I get a positive reply.
Graphical installers are no good to us. You're best off just installing it yourself then.
Unless there is a way to install manually we won't be able to help you.
Sorry didn't mean to resolve.
Don't worry :)
I've told to the programmers and they've promissed to give me the binaries, so I'll be able to make a system-wide ebuild!
As soon as I get the binaries, I'll post the ebuilds, ok?
I assign the bug to myself ;)
bugs should be assigned to someone in the gentoo project, if it is assigned to you and you add ebuilds no one will ever see them.
It seems that the program is still too... young. I'll wait some more until it gets more 'mature' and also to see whether the guy finally publishes a ZIP file with the binaries.
I'll come back to this bug after some time.
These guys have closed both the binaries and the source. Can't do anything until they get reasonable.