Java client

Jeremie Miller jeremie at
Tue Jan 5 10:46:38 CST 1999

> 2ALL
>   And what about implementing server software in Java? Can it be useful?

Actually, yes, it could be very useful for those that want to write
transports in Java.

The server is really a collection of different processes running on the
"server" host... one main routing process called JabberBox, and the rest
are transports that talk to the JabberBox through a local file socket.
Rewriting the JabberBox in Java probably isn't all that useful, but
writing a transport in Java with all of the classes/functionality to
handle the connection to the JabberBox as well as decoding the protocol
would make it easy to write other transports quickly in Java.

I'm going to be taking a similiar approach with a perl module, when I get
a chance, unless there are some other perl wizzards out there :)  (I'm
debating on weather to require 5.005+ or not at this point)



> PS
>   sorry for my not so brilliant english
> On 05-Jan-99 William A Stubbs wrote:
> > 
> > On Mon, 4 Jan 1999, Edwin Woudt wrote:
> > 
> >> Hello everybody,
> >>
> >> This is just a great concept!
> >>
> >> I just subscribed and because no archives are available I have to ask:
> >> did anybody start on a Java client? I think I have some time next
> >> weekend to hack something working together...
> >>
> > 
> > I've made a small start on one, when i get it into a somewhat respectable
> > state I'll post again.
> > 
> > Cheers,
> > William
> /AAV                                 05-Jan-99 13:49:58
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> Aleksey Aristov == aav at == +7-812-5166980

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