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hmmm. there's an interesting blurb in peter saint-andre's jabbercon report:
"Part of what makes interoperability a reality in Jabber is the existence of a modular architecture in which developers can create their own server modules. That task has just been made much easier by the release of the Jabber External Component Libraries (JECL). These libraries, developed at Jabber, Inc. mainly by Dave "DizzyD" Smith, provide a strong foundation for external component development in C++ by giving programmers consistent methods for handling socket connections to Jabber servers, managing threads pools, and manipulating XML data structures. You can find these libraries at, the new home for code that is open-sourced by Jabber, Inc. A win32 port of these libraries will likely emerge at that site, as will language bindings or re-writes for other languages such as Python and Java."
and yet, when i try to follow the link to - it's nowhere to be found. hopefully, it'll come up soon.
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8/24/2001 08:33:00 AM 0 comments


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