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OneTeam XMPP multi-platform client. This is a Mozilla / XUL based platform, developed mostly in Javascript and C++ XPCOM.
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README.txt

BUILDING
========
To build OneTeam you need to have Perl with those additional modules:
  Sub::Name

You can create three targets:
  xpi - ...
  xulapp - archive which can be converted into XULRunner application, to
    generate it call 'perl build.pl XULAPP 1' or 'make xulapp'.
  webjar - JAR file with web version of OneTeam, generated with 
    'perl build.pl' or 'make webjar'.
  webdir - populates web/ directory with preprocessed files from chrome,
    use 'perl build.pl NOJAR 1' or 'make webdir' to do that.

Additionally you can pass additional argument 'DEBUG 1' to Perl line to
create targets with additional debug code.

XULRUNNER APPLICATION
=====================
You need to install XULRunner first, you can download it from
http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/xulrunner/releases/

You can install OneTeam with:
  $ /path/to/xulrunner/xulrunner --install-app oneteam.xulapp /path/to/target/directory
this will unpack xulapp and create launcher in target directory.

You can also run OneTeam directly from source code:
  $ /path/to/xulrunner/xulrunner application.ini
but this run on not preprocessed files and this has some drawbacks (like all
strings written in _('String') form).

Firefox 3.0 gained ability to run XULRunner apps. Unfortunately it can't unpack
the xulapp file itself, so you must do it manually:
  $ unzip oneteam.xulapp -d /target/directory
After that, xulapp can be invoked with
  $ /path/to/firefox3/firefox -app /target/directory/application.ini

DEPLOYING WEB VERSION
=====================
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