[JDEV] Server Problems, of the lying kind.
pendleto at movsoftware.com
Tue Feb 11 08:35:13 CST 2003
To get real messages, just download a client (like Exodus/Psi/etc) and look
at the debug XML between the client and server. They all have option to show
the XML communication stream.
From: jdev-admin at jabber.org [mailto:jdev-admin at jabber.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 8:38 AM
To: jdev at jabber.org
Subject: [JDEV] Server Problems, of the lying kind.
I am writting an Open Source Jabber Server in C++ that should run on
both Windows and Posix. I have been reading some of the postings to
this group, in the hope of gaining information about what I am dealing
with. The problem I'm having is that I think that
http://www.Jabber.org/protocol has been lying to me. Over these past
many weeks I have tryed to get all the pices to work together and I just
can't make everything fit. I'll start with from.
Listed in the Protocol:
from='userid at hostname'
from='userid at hostname_no.anything/resorce'
Now as you can see I have a problem, not all 3 can be correct. And this
is only one of many different problems I am having that will probably
make the first release of the server unable to let anyone log on.
Now, mabey what I am looking for is some real sessions. Some real
server client messages, so I can see the way the server really wroks,
not just the way they say it works in a day speck. Also, I know they
leave stuff out of the specks, just look at the speck for SASL then look
at the JEP for SASL. See anything new?
I love what I'm doing, and do want to continue, but I need more
information if any of my code will actualy come to use.
Also, this is where I put in my plug for developers, coders, testers,
ect. Feature Requets welcome. Continue your shameless plug here...
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