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bard | 3 Aug 18:02 2008
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Messages from new members now moderated


Greetings,

due to the latest wave of spam, I've changed group settings so that
messages from new members are moderated.  This should get rid of the
issue.

Massimiliano
Fede | 7 Aug 18:05 2008
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call XMPP.js from a normal html page


Hello everyone,

is it possible to directly interact with XMPP.js in a normal webpage?
I show you an example:

<html>
  <head>
    <title></title>
    <meta content="">
    <style></style>
  </head>
  <body>
<script type="javascript">
netscape.security.PrivilegeManager.enablePrivilege("UniversalXPConnect");
# NOT SURE ABOUT THIS........
</script>
<script type="application/x-javascript" src="chrome://xmpp4moz/content/
xmpp.js"/>
<script type="javascript">
XMPP.up({
	jid: 'JID',
	password: 'PASSWORD'
	});
channel = XMPP.createChannel();
channel.on({
    event     : 'message',
    direction : 'in',
    }, function(message) {
        alert(message.stanza.body);
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Brett | 8 Aug 13:21 2008
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xmpp4moz code issues and questions


I also have a number of issues as I go through the xmpp4moz code. I'm
learning a lot from it. I haven't gone through the jsapi.js code
thoroughly yet (nor the SamePlace code), but I've done searches for
the questions I raise below.

Some of these are small bugs/nitpicking, and some would just help me
follow the code a little better. :)

Important questions (from my point of view):
1) In overlay_impl.js toward the end, there is code which expects
 <at> address and  <at> account to be defined, yet I see no way in the code that
these can get defined. Where/how do these get assigned values in the
first place?
2) I see no entry points for the services or register code (or tests)?
Are these just not yet implemented?
3) In signon.js, there is a call to "refreshAccountList()" which I
cannot find anywhere else.
4) As far as the openPreferences() function, might that (and
configureAccounts() and the up() code which is one place that
originally called it) allow a handler, in order to avoid this xmpp4moz
code being dependent on SamePlace (with a default perhaps being the
SamePlace code)? Maybe also some code to enable/hide the Configure
button itself in case people don't implement that.

Small bugs/nitpicking
1) Although it seems to work without it, shouldn't "ns_muc" in
accounts.js be defined within "new Namespace()"?
2) In accounts.js, you test for a menuseparator. Is this just
anticipating the possibility that one might wish to add on a
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Massimiliano Mirra | 9 Aug 12:09 2008
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SamePlace and xmpp4moz moved to github.com


Hello all,

I set up projects for SamePlace and xmpp4moz at github.com:
http://github.com/bard/sameplace/tree/master and
http://github.com/bard/xmpp4moz/tree/master.  I'm also migrating
developer-oriented documentation from
http://dev.hyperstruct.net/xmpp4moz and http://www.sameplace.cc/wiki
to http://github.com/bard/sameplace/wikis.  Hopefully this will make
collaboration much easier than the current mix of trac, drupal and
darcs.  Drop me a line if you'd like to be added as a collaborator,
with github it's shamefully easy.

Massimiliano

Massimiliano Mirra | 9 Aug 14:12 2008
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Re: call XMPP.js from a normal html page


On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 6:05 PM, Fede <flagzeta@...> wrote:
> is it possible to directly interact with XMPP.js in a normal webpage?

Generally speaking, no, since xmpp4moz runs in a different (more
privileged) context than web pages.  You may get it working and it may
involve digitally signing the script or showing the user a big warning
dialog, but I've never tried it.  Google for:
netscape.security.PrivilegeManager.enablePrivilege("UniversalXPConnect");

> Firefox obviously says that the inclusion of xmpp.js is not allowed,
> but it also happens with the privilege enabled so... is there an easy
> way to play with XMPP classes from a page posted in my website??

There's an easy way to interact with a contact (or a chatroom) on a
web page.  If that's what you're after, have a look at these links:

http://dev.hyperstruct.net/xmpp4moz/wiki/DocDescriptionRemoteApplications
http://dev.hyperstruct.net/xmpp4moz/wiki/DocRemoteApplicationDevelopment

They're somewhat outdated, hopefully we'll get them fresh again while
moving to the new wiki.

To see samples of such web applications, right-click on a contact
(which is also using sameplace) and choose something under "Interact".

Massimiliano Mirra | 9 Aug 14:43 2008
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Re: xmpp4moz code issues and questions


Hi Brett,

nitpicking is welcome. :-) Preferred form would be a patch since that
carries over source and file name context.  It's also easier to give
attribution that way.

Also keep in mind that you're looking at more than two years of
development, and not everything has evolved uniformly.  You don't want
to learn from *all* of it -- you'd be learning some bad habits. :-)

> 1) In overlay_impl.js toward the end, there is code which expects
>  <at> address and  <at> account to be defined, yet I see no way in the code
> that these can get defined. Where/how do these get assigned values
> in the first place?

Couldn't find this...

> 2) I see no entry points for the services or register code (or
> tests)?  Are these just not yet implemented?

Not sure what code area you're pointing to here either.

> 3) In signon.js, there is a call to "refreshAccountList()" which I
> cannot find anywhere else.

Indeed -- it was meant to be refreshAccounts().

> 4) As far as the openPreferences() function, might that (and
> configureAccounts() and the up() code which is one place that
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Gmane