Hi Stefan, devs,
I can reproduce this problem on my side: sending messages from Jitsi to Vtalk.
The following scenario corresponds to the capture joined:
1) Vtalk sends the message "Rh" to Jitsi (packet 1).
--> Jitsi displays correctly this message.
2) Jitsi sends the message "jkhkj" to Vtalk (packets 2, 3 and 4). Solely packet 3 contains a <body> with the message "jkhkj", but Vtalk displays 3 messages (cf. screenshot joined):
--> "V14FY1", corresponds to packet 2 <thread> tag content.
--> "jkhkj", corresponds to packet 3 <body> tag content.
--> "V14FY3", corresponds to packet 4 <thread> tag content.
In fact, packets 2 and 4 are used to send typing notification.
Thus (just an hypothesis, but corresponds to our situation), when Vtalk receives a message, it seems to display the first tag contained in the <message> stanza. Does anyone knows a XEP that defines that the <body> element must always be present and placed as the first tag contained by a <message> stanza?
- If yes, then we have to add an empty <body/> tag in our typing notification messages.
- If no, we may inform Vtalk developers.
P.S.: I do not know how the message <thread> work in practice, but is it normal to have the thread ID incremented for each new <message> stanza?
vtalk_thread_problem.pcap (1.22 KB)
On 03/21/2012 08:40 AM, STefan Mayer wrote:
I have only one peer (my wife where I can test.... but encryption is
off (manually) for that peer... I also turned off private-messaging now
for that peer, but still the same issue...
On 20.03.12 14:51, Emil Ivov wrote:
Is this occurring with a specific peer? Can you check if in the OTR menu
you have Automatic Chat Encryption checked for this peer?
On 20.03.12 14:07, STefan Mayer wrote:
Anything I can do to help debugging analyze or correct the issue?
On 20.03.12 12:55, Emil Ivov wrote:
Sounds like this could be coming from OTR. Not sure why though.
On 19.03.12 10:39, STefan Mayer wrote:
After not finding anything about this (or a similar) issue on the
mailing lists and other sources I'll explain it here:
When using Jitsi on my MacBook pro writing to a vtok client on an
there are some "protocol" messages before and after each written
text-message on the iphone looking like "A5BF" or similar. Seems
increasing "message identifier" or similar.
It only seems to be the combination Jitsi <=> vtok on iPhone , as I
tried various other combinations, never having this problem...
Anyone else seen this?
PS: using latest versions of jitsi and vtok.
Vincent Lucas, Ph.D. Jitsi developer