|Re: ECF and Google for domains [message #618833 is a reply to message #618832]
||Fri, 13 July 2007 20:56
Originally posted by: atoulme.intalio.com|
Alex Blewitt wrote:
> The xxx@gmail@googletalk" target="_blank">>@googletalk doesn't work. Oh well ...
Yes, I tried that too.
> I attached a patch to <a href="https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=196298">bug 196298</a> that should allow different domains. Does the google domain thing use the same talk.google.com server, just with a different ID? If so, once this patch is applied you'll be able to run eclipse -Decf.xmpp.google.override=yourdomain.com, and then it will treat firstname.lastname@example.org as being a reference for talk.google.com instead. I don't have a google domain to test it with, but I did simulate one with my own domain and it seemed to fall back to the talk.google.com domain.
> You'll even be able to test it out ... I've just written a post on <a href="http://www.eclipsezone.com/eclipse/forums/t98711.html">checking out plug-ins from the plug-ins view</a> that makes it trivial to check out a plug-in; in this case, the org.eclipse.ecf.provider.xmpp one. You can test run that for me, as well as the fix ;-)
I will certainly do that. However, I haven't been able to connect to
Google Talk through Kopete yersterday (last time I tried was about one
year ago, and it worked fine), so I am wondering if there is an outage
of this service if you are not a paying Google customer.
I will let you know the results of my search.
Thanks a lot for looking into it!
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