[Jingle] Which client has already implemented Jingle

badi at yambi.com badi at yambi.com
Tue Jul 8 13:43:16 CDT 2008


Is this the implementation of XEPs 0166, 0167, 0176, 0177 & 0181? Can it interoperate with Spark smack)? By the way, does anyone know when will Google Talk implement them?

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From: Maiku [mailto:cmaiku at gmail.com]
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On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 10:02 AM, Peter Saint-Andre  wrote:> badi at yambi.com wrote:>>>> I would like to know which other client a part from Spark has already>> implemented Jingle (stantard)? We are busy testing Jingle in our own client>> and would like to test the interoperability with others>> There is support in Psi [1], but it's in SVN only and under heavy> development so YMMV. The same is true of Gajim [2], I think. You might also> look at Farsight. [3] There is support in some other clients but they are> not open-source AFAIK. Perhaps others know more...>> /psa>> [1] http://psi-im.org/>> [2] http://gajim.org/>> [3] http://farsight.freedesktop.org/wiki/>Pidgin mostly supports the Jingle standard, in the SoC vv branch.There are a few messages it doesn't handle just yet, and it doesn'tactually use ICE yet either, but apart from that it's there.
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