[jdev] Where is the JCR these days?
don at dhoffman.net
Thu Dec 6 11:57:03 CST 2007
C++ it is. gloox does appear to support XEP-114 according to the
feature list. Will go deeper with this.
They do seem to have python and lua binds also.
On Dec 6, 2007, at 7:37 AM, Tobias Markmann wrote:
> On Dec 6, 2007 4:31 AM, Donald Hoffman <don at dhoffman.net> 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. However I
>> notice that the referenced server (http://jabber.terrapin.com)
>> to no longer host it. Are there any alternate hosts, or should I
>> be considering another starting point?
> In what language do you want to write your component? What licensing
> are you going to use (open source?)?
> gloox is a very nice library if you are planning to write it in C++.
> It's cross platform and open source and commercial licensing is
> For further information see: http://camaya.net/gloox
> There are definitely some XMPP libs for python but I don't know much
> about them.
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