[jdev] JabberApplet - Dead or Alive?
georgealto at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 2 17:44:15 CDT 2004
Ok, now I understand - it is dead............
So I should only spend alittle more time on it then
The error I'm getting is from the Java Console as
Start of connect ...
Connecting to 192.168.1.20 / 192.168.1.20
Setting connection state to: Connection Pending
Setting connection state to: Connecting
Setting connection state to: Open
SENT: <?xml version="1.0" ?><stream:stream
Connect succeeded ...
RECV: <?xml version='1.0'?><stream:stream
requested for unknown
unsupported tag: stream:error
I'm not good at interpreting this type of output yet.
So if you can help me diagnose/understand what this is
telling me, I would appreciate it. Also, any
suggestions on what is a good read to better
understand the back and forth of messages for the
--- Trejkaz Xaoza <trejkaz at xaoza.net> wrote:
> It's _pretty much_ dead, but that being said, I have
> managed to get it to
> connect to jabberd 2.0 before.
> What errors are you getting?
> On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 07:58, Alto George wrote:
> > I've spent several hours trying to get
> JabberApplet to
> > work on my system but was not successful. SO I
> > to search the mailing lists to see if my problem
> > already been addressed.
> > To my surprise, it seems from past emails on this
> > that JabberApplet is dead. Is that true?
> > I thought it was alive and well and an active
> > since it jabberstudio showed last activity as
> > as May 28, 2004
> > Does anyone know? Am I wasting my time with a dead
> > project?
> > The other question (assuming it is alive) is
> > JabberApplet will work with Jabber2. That is the
> > environment that I'm having a hard time trying to
> > to work.
> > Thanks,
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