[jitsi-dev] - MSRP library, new version announcement


#1

Greetings Java developer,

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After a flying start within the brilliant Google Summer of Code, having it
simmer for a while and finally polishing it up with some actual use-cases,
the MSRP project team is proud to announce version 1.0 of its' magnificent
library!****

** **

This is an open source library, implementing the Message Session Relay
Protocol (MSRP: RFC 4975), for you to deploy in any application.****

** **

Functionalities include****

- establishing MSRP sessions****

- sending and receiving instant messages (chat) using MSRP****

- sending and receiving files using MSRP****

- message/cpim wrapping to interface with other chat systems****

- nicknames (draft-ietf-simple-chat)****

- message composition indication (RFC 3994)****

** **

More information can be obtained at http://msrp.java.net****

For a quick introduction, read the tutorial:
http://msrp.java.net/tutorial.html****

The entire project is hosted here: http://java.net/projects/msrp****

** **

Build versions can be found in the central Maven repository, just include
the dependency in your projects' pom.xml buildfile and you're good to go.***
*

** **

So be our guest, use it, abuse it and send us your patches, comments,
issues, wishlists and what have you.****

** **

Happy coding!****

   The MSRP team.****

** **

Special thanks go to:****

- The Jitsi project for initiating this****

- Google summer of code for making it possible****

- Nlnet for early development sponsoring****

- ContactMakers for sponsoring the polishing.


#2

Great news!

Kudos for the effort, it's great to see MSRP being implemented :slight_smile:

Is there any Jitsi build available with MSRP support?

Regards,

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On Oct 19, 2012, at 2:27 PM, Joao Antunes wrote:

Greetings Java developer,

After a flying start within the brilliant Google Summer of Code, having it simmer for a while and finally polishing it up with some actual use-cases, the MSRP project team is proud to announce version 1.0 of its' magnificent library!

This is an open source library, implementing the Message Session Relay Protocol (MSRP: RFC 4975), for you to deploy in any application.

Functionalities include

- establishing MSRP sessions

- sending and receiving instant messages (chat) using MSRP

- sending and receiving files using MSRP

- message/cpim wrapping to interface with other chat systems

- nicknames (draft-ietf-simple-chat)

- message composition indication (RFC 3994)

More information can be obtained at http://msrp.java.net

For a quick introduction, read the tutorial: http://msrp.java.net/tutorial.html

The entire project is hosted here: http://java.net/projects/msrp

Build versions can be found in the central Maven repository, just include the dependency in your projects' pom.xml buildfile and you're good to go.

So be our guest, use it, abuse it and send us your patches, comments, issues, wishlists and what have you.

Happy coding!

   The MSRP team.

Special thanks go to:

- The Jitsi project for initiating this

- Google summer of code for making it possible

- Nlnet for early development sponsoring

- ContactMakers for sponsoring the polishing.

--
Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
AG Projects


#3

Thanks!

There's the old one that I did with the old version of the library. That
I'm aware, It hasn't been integrated on the main development branch nor the
library version has been updated. There are some recent e-mail exchanges
(in msrp dev's ML) of someone that appears to be doing such a work thoug,
but that person is struggling with some issues, and no final result has
been seen yet.

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On Fri, Oct 19, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <saul@ag-projects.com>wrote:

On Oct 19, 2012, at 2:27 PM, Joao Antunes wrote:

> Greetings Java developer,
>
>
>
>
> After a flying start within the brilliant Google Summer of Code, having
it simmer for a while and finally polishing it up with some actual
use-cases, the MSRP project team is proud to announce version 1.0 of its'
magnificent library!
>
>
>
> This is an open source library, implementing the Message Session Relay
Protocol (MSRP: RFC 4975), for you to deploy in any application.
>
>
>
> Functionalities include
>
> - establishing MSRP sessions
>
> - sending and receiving instant messages (chat) using MSRP
>
> - sending and receiving files using MSRP
>
> - message/cpim wrapping to interface with other chat systems
>
> - nicknames (draft-ietf-simple-chat)
>
> - message composition indication (RFC 3994)
>
>
>
> More information can be obtained at http://msrp.java.net
>
> For a quick introduction, read the tutorial:
http://msrp.java.net/tutorial.html
>
> The entire project is hosted here: http://java.net/projects/msrp
>
>
>
> Build versions can be found in the central Maven repository, just
include the dependency in your projects' pom.xml buildfile and you're good
to go.
>
>
>
> So be our guest, use it, abuse it and send us your patches, comments,
issues, wishlists and what have you.
>
>
>
> Happy coding!
>
> The MSRP team.
>
>
>
> Special thanks go to:
>
> - The Jitsi project for initiating this
>
> - Google summer of code for making it possible
>
> - Nlnet for early development sponsoring
>
> - ContactMakers for sponsoring the polishing.
>

Great news!

Kudos for the effort, it's great to see MSRP being implemented :slight_smile:

Is there any Jitsi build available with MSRP support?

Regards,

--
Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
AG Projects


#4

I see. I currently maintain and further develop a number of MSRP components (python-msrplib, MSRPRelay, SIP SIMPLE SDK, Blink and SylkServer) and I'd love to do some interoperability testing. You or anyone from the the project are more than welcome to contact me directly for this.

Regards,

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On Oct 19, 2012, at 2:52 PM, Joao Antunes wrote:

Thanks!

There's the old one that I did with the old version of the library. That I'm aware, It hasn't been integrated on the main development branch nor the library version has been updated. There are some recent e-mail exchanges (in msrp dev's ML) of someone that appears to be doing such a work thoug, but that person is struggling with some issues, and no final result has been seen yet.

--
Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
AG Projects