Salut ą Toi (or SąT: "Hi to You") is an XMPP/Jabber client with multi-frontends. You can use it on a desktop (Wix), with a console interface (Primitivus), as a command-line tool (jp), or on the Web (Libervia). A plugin architecture is used to make it modular. With SąT, you can perform all the expected XMPP functions (instant messaging, multi-user chat, file transfert, etc.), but you can also use your email client (MUA) to read and send your XMPP messages, play games, do microblogging, pipe Unix command results, make scripts, etc.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  28 Feb 2014 18:22

    Release Notes: This release fixes/improves, fixes README4PACKAGERS, and adds better INSTALL instructions.

    •  26 Feb 2014 17:53

      Release Notes: This release adds microblog comments, rich and WYSIWYG editions, chatstate, ad-hoc commands, universal remote, Atom feeds for static blogs, command exportation, notifications for Libervia, Cc/Bcc management, and more.

      •  13 Jan 2013 16:25

        Release Notes: The full project has moved to the AGPL v3+. There is a new logo, new skin for Libervia, new plugins (XEP-0200, XEP-0047, and XEP-0095), pipe transfer, database integration, radio collective, and improved group microblogging. Primitivus is now modal (ą la vi). Media has been separated from the main repository. There are many other improvements/bugfixes.

        •  06 Jun 2011 11:51

          Release Notes: New plugins for IMAP, SMTP, and maildir were added to use an email client (MUA) to read and send your XMPP messages. Microblogging and group microblogging were implemented. The French Tarot game is now fully playable (but rules are not fully implemented yet). A Web frontend (Libervia) was added. Several internal changes were made.

          •  14 Jan 2011 14:28

            Release Notes: Fixes a crash in primitivus due to dbus.String (bug#1).


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