Projects / PunJab


PunJab is an BOSH connection manager. It is an HTTP server that allows stateless applications to access a stateful XMPP server.


Recent releases

  •  12 Feb 2010 01:21

    Release Notes: Punjab now has Flash cross domain support and W3C CORS support. There were also some minor bugfixes and changes. Documentation and dependency error messages were updated and improved. Limiting server connections to any host was a frequent feature request, so simple access controls can now be used to limit connections to XMPP servers. Code has been abstracted enough to split the implementation of XEP-0124 and XEP-0206. This allows others to create code or plugins to do other stuff besides XMPP over BOSH.

    •  19 Sep 2008 20:38

      Release Notes: Massive code cleanup. Removal of all interfaces except BOSH. BOSH bug protocol fixes (almost XEP-124 and XEP-xep206 compliant). Works with the newest version of twisted. Twisted versions older than 2.5 and Twisted words older than 0.5 are no longer supported. Many performance improvments.

      •  30 Jul 2007 14:31

        Release Notes: Speed improvements were made in handling requests. Speed improvements were made in session creation and authentication. A memory leak in a bad observer for messages was fixed. A SASL bug which was triggered if there was no "realm" was fixed. A connection bug in HTTP polling and XMLRPC was fixed. A few changes were made to make it more compliant with XEP - 0124.

        •  31 Jan 2007 18:49

          Release Notes: A few session bugs have been fixed. Support has been added for the newest versions of Twisted and Twisted Words.

          •  24 Apr 2006 18:06

            Release Notes: Fixes bugs in the Jabber session code.

            Recent comments

            19 May 2005 09:54 contusion

            Seems stable
            I am using it. It seems quite stable.


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