You can find info about the xmpp4r project and how to contribute at the project home page:
If you need to ask questions, or want feedback on proposed changes please feel free to ask them on the 'firstname.lastname@example.org' mailing list. You can join or view archives of the mailing list at:
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Jabber::debug = true
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The source for xmpp4r is managed using the Git SCM and can be found in our GitHub.com project page:
There are a number of ways that you can install xmpp4r depending on your needs and the methods you prefer.
You can install the current release of the xmpp4r library from a stable release gem on RubyForge using RubyGems:
sudo gem install xmpp4r
You can install the current release of the xmpp4r library from a stable release copy on your .deb friendly linux system (e.g. Debian or Ubuntu) using apt:
sudo apt-get install libxmpp4r-ruby
If you have a local Git clone of the source repository or a tarball you can install xmpp4r using several methods. First you'll need to get a local copy.
Clone the Git repository (recommended):
git clone git://github.com/ln/xmpp4r.git
OR download a stable release tarball from:
OR download a snapshot of the latest source in .tar.gz format from:
# Show all available rake tasks cd xmpp4r/ rake -T # Package up the gem file and install it rake gem:install
This will install a copy of the library in your Ruby path and does not require RubyGems to be installed.
cd xmpp4r/ ./setup.rb
XMPP4R is released under the Ruby license (see the LICENSE file), which is compatible with the GNU GPL (see the COPYING file) via an explicit dual-licensing clause.