[JDEV] Creating a new Transport/jsm?

Ritu Khetan ritu at netcore.co.in
Thu Jan 10 05:10:52 CST 2002


  I agree with Introfini too, I would also like to get some more info on this.


Quoting introfini <introfini at yahoo.com>:

> Hello,
> I agree with you, I also find it very hard to get any documentation on
> creating
> Transport/Agent/Module/Component/whatever-the-heck-it\'s-supposed-to-be..
> .
> :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jdev-admin at jabber.org [mailto:jdev-admin at jabber.org] On Behalf Of
> Peter Gebauer
> Sent: quarta-feira, 9 de Janeiro de 2002 16:37
> To: jdev at jabber.org
> Subject: [JDEV] Creating a new Transport/jsm?
> Hey there!
> I\'ve been reading the documentation found at jabber.org, however,
> starting
> to write your own transport or module is obviously harder than it should
> be.
> There should be a manual on this that explains how to build your own
> transport and / or module.
> I don\'t even know the difference between mod_echo and, say, irc
> transport. Are they both transports or is mod_echo a module? And if so,
> can I write my own modules that are not included under jsm/modules?
> Too many names are used for the same thing? Agent, Transport, Module,
> Component? What is what?
> I have a lot of unanswered questions in my head and none of the
> documents
> seem help me.
> Even though there are many documents, they are either for people
> installing already existing stuff or focus on instant messaging only
> where
> as I would like to use Jabber for more than just sending one-liners to
> AIM, SMS, ICQ, etc.
> If someone has any good suggestions on SPECIFIC documents that will aid
> me
> in my quest to create a
> Transport/Agent/Module/Component/whatever-the-heck-it\'s-supposed-to-be,
> appreciate it! Also, if someone could straighten out the terminology,
> that
> would be good.
> /P
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