Loudmouth is a lightweight and easy-to-use C library for programming
with the Jabber protocol. It's designed to be easy to get started
with and yet extensible to let you do anything the Jabber protocol
This package contains unstripped shared libraries. It is provided
primarily to provide a backtrace with names in a debugger, as this makes it
somewhat easier to interpret core dumps. The libraries are installed in
/usr/lib/debug and can be used by placing that directory in LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Most people will not need this package.
Loudmouth is a lightweight and easy-to-use C library for programming with the
Jabber protocol. It's designed to be easy to get started with and yet
extensible to let you do anything the Jabber protocol allows.
The goal is to fully support Linux, *BSD, Mac OSX and Windows. It has
currently only been tested on Linux (Red Hat 8.0, Debian Unstable) and FreeBSD
that I know
Changes in 1.1.4:
* Generate better message IDs, LM-56
* Fixed a leaking proxy object, LM-51
* Fixed random bugs on connection errors, LM-58
* Removed a warning when using proxy, LM-50.
Changes in 1.1.3:
* Infinite reading of 0 bytes when disconnected using gnutls, LM-45
* Loudmouth exports some internal SHA* functions, LM-47
* Fix auto* warning, LM-46
loudmouth (1.1.4-2) unstable; urgency=low
[ Dafydd Harries ]
* Apply patches from CVS that fix crashes/forced disconnections:
[ Ross Burton ]
* Apply patch from CVS to fix warnings on 64-bit archs:
-- Ross Burton <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 7 Dec 2006 16:59:11 +0000