Raspberry Pi GPIO Google Talk Bot interface based on njsbot project
This idea for this project is to extend the https://github.com/nneves/Raspberrypi_GPIO capabilities and add support to remote control RaspberryPi GPIOs via Google Talk Bot (XMPP) text commands.
To make things simpler and isolated, the Google Talk Bot will run independently from the origial project, using REST (and maybe latter websockets) to SET/RESET the RaspberryPi GPIOS.
(Work In Progress ...)
Install and run
How to compile node.js on a RaspberryPi https://github.com/nneves/Raspberrypi_NodeJS
Install the necessary Linux Debian libraries
sudo apt-get install openssl libssl-dev libexpat1-dev
Install Node.js necessary packages
git clone git://github.com/nneves/Raspberrypi_GPIO_njsbot.git cd Raspberrypi_GPIO_njsbot npm install
Run Google Talk Bot
node app.js localhost 8080 or (for quick testing) npm start
Gtalk/XMPP original source code
Google Talk Bot code ported from the njsbot project: The bot is documented at njsbot.simonholywell.com.
Released under a BSD license.
Copyright (C) 2012 Nelson Neves
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