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SleekXMPP is an XMPP library written for Python 3.1+ (with 2.6 compatibility). Hosted at http://wiki.github.com/fritzy/SleekXMPP/ Featured in examples in XMPP: The Definitive Guide by Kevin Smith, Remko Tronçon, and Peter Saint-Andre If you're coming here from The Definitive Guide, please read http://wiki.github.com/fritzy/SleekXMPP/xmpp-the-definitive-guide Requirements: We try to keep requirements to a minimum, but we suggest that you install http://dnspython.org although it isn't strictly required. If you do not install this library, you may need to specify the server/port for services that use SRV records (like GTalk). "sudo pip install dnspython" on a *nix system with pip installed. SleekXMPP has several design goals/philosophies: - Low number of dependencies. - Every XEP as a plugin. - Rewarding to work with. The goals for 1.0 include (and we're getting close): - Nearly Full test coverage of stanzas. - Wide range of functional tests. - Stanza objects for all interaction with the stream - Documentation on using and extending SleekXMPP. - Complete documentation on all implemented stanza objects - Documentation on all examples used in XMPP: The Definitive Guide 1.1 will include: - More functional and unit tests - PEP-8 compliance - XEP-225 support Since 0.2, here's the Changelog: - MANY bugfixes - Re-implementation of handlers/threading to greatly simplify and remove bugs (no more spawning threads in handlers) - Stanza objects for jabber:client and all implemented XEPs - Raising XMPPError for jabber:client and extended errors in handlers - Robust error handling and better insurance of iq responses - Stanza objects have made life a lot easier! - Massive audit/cleanup. Credits ---------------- Main Author: Nathan Fritz email@example.com Contributors: Kevin Smith & Lance Stout Patches: Remko Tronçon Feel free to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your roster for direct support and comments. Join email@example.com / http://groups.google.com/group/sleekxmpp-discussion for email discussion. Join firstname.lastname@example.org for groupchat discussion.