[JDEV] About IRC Transport
sivakumarmalli at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 18 13:04:09 CDT 2001
Sorry, something got corrupted in the previous mail. Have a look at this
As you suggested i tried to send a
<iq type='get' to='#lobby at irc.getpaq.com'>
message to the server. But there was no reply from the server. There was no
error at the server side also. After that without waiting for the response i
<iq type='set' to='#lobby at irc.getpaq.com'><enter
to the server but now it gave
<iq type='error' to='siva at getpaq.com/Home'
from='#lobby at irc.getpaq.com'><enter
Any comments will be really helpful.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Benoit Orihuela" <borihuela at idealx.com>
To: <jdev at jabber.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 6:39 PM
Subject: Re: [JDEV] About IRC Transport
> > Ok, i've attached the relevant part of the debug log. All I have done is
> > tried to start a groupchat under WinJab (by pressing F7). The conference
> > is #worms, and the conference server is irc.localhost. Default irc
> > server is merlin.legend.org.uk, but i've tried both including it in the
> > channel request and when having not requested it.
> > Thu Oct 18 12:52:31 2001 mio.c:698 MIO read from socket 7: <iq
> > type='get' id='JCOM_24' to='#worms at irc.localhost'
> > from='peregrine at reflex.sys.legend.net.uk/Work'><query
> > xmlns='jabber:iq:conference'/></iq>
> yep, you send an <iq ...><query xmlns=...>
> whereas irc-t waits for an <iq ...><enter xmlns=...>
> query requests are only possible when you are already logged in. and
> they are used, for instance, to change nicknames.
> For requests examples, you can look at trames_test_irc_localhost.xml
> in irc-t module.
> For the implementation of conference namespace, I've followed the
> conferencing draft which is located at : http://jabber.org?oid=1630.
> I hope it is the most up-to-date ...
> Benoit Orihuela
> IDEALX S.A.S.
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