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[ecf-dev] jms, jmdns, irc providers and rcpchat application
- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 29 Oct 2005 01:47:50 -0000
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Attached is a project set file for anonymous access to four plugin
projects and one RCP application available on ecf1.osuosl.org.
If you want to browse this repository the info is:
password: <email address>
Under 'plugins' module are:
An IRC provider that I've been working on based upon libirc
(available via sourceforge under apache 2)
The JMDNS (zeroconf/bonjour) provider implememted via jmdns (also
available via sourceforge under apache 2)
The JMS provider implemented via ActiveMQ (available via
www.activemq.org under apache 2 also)
An FTP provider implemented via the Apache Jakarta Commons Net
libarary (under apache 2)
and finally in 'applications' the new 'rcpchat application':
NOTE: These plugins are not yet approved for distribution via
eclipse.org, and so that is why they are availble on ecf1.osuosl.org
rather than dev.eclipse.org. Please do not check in any of the
code/files from these projects to dev.eclipse.org.
The entire ECF team now have access to this CVS server (ecf1.osuosl.org)
for both ssh (r/w) and read only anon cvs (pserver), but currently not
everyone has logins. If you would like an account on this system please
let either Pete Mackie and/or I know and we'll add one for you.
Note all the provider plugins are in various stages of completeness,
with the JMS and jmdns plugins the most complete. The IRC provider is
working, but needs more testing and additional features. The FTP
provider plugin is sort of experimental at this point (as an
implementation of the org.eclipse.ecf.fileshare API plugin).
The RCPChat application is kind of cool...very small RCP application put
together in just a few hours work by Ed Burnette and myself. It only
has the ECF core and XMPP provider but all the functions and UI provided
by the XMPP/jabber provider work just fine (i.e. multiple XMPP accounts,
IM, chat groups, etc). Sort of shows some potential for RCP. With a
little more work (on UI features, etc) Ed Burnette would like to make
RCPChat available via EclipseZone as one of the chat client options.
He's thinking about distributing it via separate download and/or webstart.
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