[jdev] Where is the JCR these days?

Donald Hoffman don at dhoffman.net
Thu Dec 6 11:52:44 CST 2007

I had thought that JCR was used to turn a jabberd14 "internal"  
component in to an "external" one.  (E.g, per XEP-114).  In that sense  
it is not a stripped down server, since it still needs a jabber server  
somewhere to run (not necessarily on the same machine).   Was I wrong  
about that?


On Dec 6, 2007, at 1:01 AM, Tomasz Sterna wrote:

> On Śr, 2007-12-05 at 19:31 -0800, Donald Hoffman wrote:
>> I wanted to experiment with writing an XMPP external component for a
>> project I am working on.     I noticed some references to the Jabber
>> Component Runtime and was thinking of starting with that.
> JCR is not a tool to write own components.
> It's a tool to run jabberd14 components standalone.
> (It's basically stripped-down jabberd14 server.)
> I cannot recommend a component writing framework though...
> -- 
>  /\_./o__ Tomasz Sterna
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