jGGTrans is a gateway between Jabber/XMPP and Gadu-Gadu (which is a very popular proprietary instant messaging protocol in Poland). It allows Jabber users to use their favorite XMPP client to talk with their GG-using friends.
|Tags||Communications Chat Internet|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD|
Release Notes: This version compiles with the newest libgadu (1.9.0-rc3). libgadu is not provided with jggtrans sources any more. The new version of libgadu brings GG10 features: longer descriptions, support for "long GG numbers", and UTF-8 statuses and messages. A new configuration option, <ignore_system_messages />, has been implemented. A few changes have been merged from the Xiaoka jggtrans fork.
Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed, especially in presence subscription and registration handling. The documentation has been updated after the Web site and project name changed.
Release Notes: The code has been ported to GLib2. External expat is now used for XML parsing, and libidn for proper handling of internationalized JIDs. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The roster import feature has returned in this release. Several minor bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes several major bugs (DoS possibility). It also includes jabberd 2.0 and 64-bit (AMD-64) compatibility fixes.