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JabXPCOM

JabXPCOM is an XPCOM component which provides access to Jabber from any programming language with XPCOM bindings (such as C++, JavaScript, Python, or Ruby).

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  •  05 May 2002 00:28

    Release Notes: HTTP and SOCKS5 proxy support, preliminary Win32 support, updates to work with the latest XPCOM version, and use of XPCOM's new UTF-8 string types.

    •  23 Sep 2001 01:19

      Release Notes: Better support for Jabber's "iq" (Info/Query) messages, and an example written in JavaScript.

      •  16 Sep 2001 15:15

        Release Notes: The component should now be useable. Integrated TCP communication was improved. Support for SSL/TLS was added.

        Recent comments

        23 Sep 2001 00:37 haering

        Congratulations!
        I hope we'll finally see more *components* on Unix,
        so people don't have to write a gazillion bindings for
        a library, but we have componentized it once with,
        for example, XPCOM and everybody can use it.
        Provided their language supports XPCOM.

        These things are oh so much easier on Windows. I
        don't want to see Unix stuck with the technologies of
        the 80s (C libraries) any longer.

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