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Class.Jabber.PHP v0.3.1
February 8th, 2003

The Jabber Instant Messaging project is an Open Source project seeking
to provide a complete cross protocol messaging solution.  The problem
with current IM solutions is that they are all proprietary and cannot
talk to each other.  Jabber seeks to get rid of those barriers by
allowing a Jabber client to talk with an AOL user, or an IRC chat room,
or any number of other programs.

For more information about the Jabber project visit http://www.jabber.org.

Class.Jabber.PHP a PHP class that provides a PHP Developer access to the
Jabber protocol. Using this OOP class, I provide a clean interface to
writing anything from a full client to a simple protocol tester.

NOTE:
The documentation in this archive is basically not existing. For docs and
examples please visit the Class.Jabber.PHP site @ http://cjphp.netflint.net

Nathan Fritz
Class.Jabber.PHP maintainer
http://cjphp.netflint.net
fritzy@netflint.net




THIS SOFTWARE IS RELEASED UNDER THE GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
http://www.gnu.org/licenses/licenses.html#GPL



REQUIREMENTS
  - PHP 4.1.0+ with XML support, mhash support optional (if you want to use
    digest or 0k authentication)


DOCUMENTATION

The documentation in this archive is basically not existing. For docs and
examples please visit the Class.Jabber.PHP wiki @ http://cjphp.netflint.net


STATUS

For the most part things are stable, but if you see a newer version, you
should switch to it immediatly and read the ChangeLog at
http://cjphp.netflint.net/ChangeLog to find out what has changed.


For questions, bug reports etc, please visit the official site
http://cjphp.netflint.net



PS: Thanks to Ryan Eatmon for 80% of the text above... found it in his
Net::Jabber README. ;)