[JDEV] Jabber Client feature question: scripting

Thomas D. Charron tcharron at my-deja.com
Thu Aug 5 14:01:33 CDT 1999



  But that's just becouse of my personal preference tawrds it.. ;-P
Thomas Charron

On Thu, 5 Aug 1999 14:37:01    Patrick McCuller wrote:
>My question is: what scripting language would you want to use to customize a
>Jabber client?
>	I'm building a scripting engine into my Jabber client (based
>on...JabberBeans). Scripts will be called on the firing of several event
>types, such as: message about to be sent, message sent, message received,
>and so on.  I've build a ScriptEngine interface and a subclassable
>BasicScriptEngine. They have a fairly simple interface:
>	The intention is for third parties to build their own script interpreter
>adapter. I have adapters for Beanshell and JPython already.  My question is:
>what scripting languages would you want to use to customize a Jabber client?
>The easiest to support are ones with Java interpreters, because my client is
>written in Java, but I'm pretty handy with JNI and can always build a
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>jdev at jabber.org

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