Freetalk loads the startup options from ~/.freetalk/freetalk.scm. Right from custom settings like username, password … to complete Scheme programming can be done in this file.
;; Sample ~/.freetalk/freetalk.scm ;; It sets connection parameters and tries to connect on ;; starting freetalk (and (strings=? (ft-get-jid) "") (ft-set-jid! "firstname.lastname@example.org") (ft-set-password! "f00b4r") (ft-set-sslconn! 1) (ft-set-server! "jabber.org") ;; Proxy support (ft-set-proxyserver! "your.proxy.org") (ft-set-proxyport! "8080"))
All entries in this file freetalk.scm are optional.How ever there is no limit of cutomizing this file using Guile Interface. (see Extension language)