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python-nbxmpp 0.1 (XX)
* Initial release
include ChangeLog COPYING README
recursive-include doc *
recursive-include nbxmpp *.py
python-nbxmpp
http://python-nbxmpp.gajim.org
The goal of this python library is to provide a way for python applications
to use Jabber/XMPP networks in a non-blocking way. This library is initialy a
fork of xmpppy one, but using non-blocking sockets.
Installation
Simply run 'python setup.py install' as root
Usage
You have to 'import xmpppy' in your program. Then look at examples in ths doc
folder.
2012-05-08 Yann Leboulanger
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