[Standards] XEP-0068 and MAM
jonas at wielicki.name
Thu Apr 26 18:37:39 UTC 2018
On Donnerstag, 26. April 2018 14:03:15 CEST Ivan Vučica wrote:
> Today I learned about XEP-0068 which seems to specify an IDL-like XML
> for data forms. It also defines a registry for FORM_TYPEs maintained
> by the XMPP Registrar. I feel this could be very useful to client
> libraries, which can generate code with structs for predefined types
> a-la protocol buffers or thrift or -- presumably that was the
> Is anyone using the <form_type/> definitions for code generation? If
> so, for which language are you generating the stubs?
Yes. aioxmpp has an (inofficial and not shipped) utility for this . It
works and has been used for the MUC config form for example.
> So: Should these /at least/ include the <form_type/> definition?
> Should this be then updated in the registry?
My understanding is that the registry will normally be updated once a XEP
enters Draft status.
> Next up: XML version of the registry (formtypes.xml) would be much
> more useful if it included the <form_types/> themselves. How are the
> HTML and XML versions generated?
The XML data is in .
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