Jaim is a Java library that implements the AOL TOC Instant Messaging protocol. The intention of Jaim is to simplify the creation of AIM "bots" in Java.
|Tags||Communications Chat AOL Instant Messenger|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: Keep-alive handling was improved, making connections to the server much more reliable.
Release Notes: This version adds support for server-side buddy list storage and retrieval, a new event notification system that supports multiple event listeners, new events for login complete and config valid, descriptive error messages, notification of server disconnection, and modified message throttling logic.
Release Notes: Several minor changes were made to the JaimConnection class. Debugging messages are now off by default and can be enabled by the new setDebug() method. The addBuddy() method can now be called after login as well as before, and the logIn() method now throws an exception if login fails.
Release Notes: This release adds send rate limiting to sendIM() and fixes a bug in the normalise function.
No changes have been submitted for this release.