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marcelo #1
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Subject: Great Job, Alex
I downloaded the 0.6 version.

I rebuilded the solution and project files for VS2003 ( if someone is interested, I could post them somewhere ).

In the process, because I cannot see the 'official' project, I did some little hacking to the Header.cs and Headers.cs files in the protocol\component\extensions\shim folder, to get them compiled ( because I could not guess whether them were required ).

Only now I can see that they are not required, because ElementFactory
only references the classes in the protocol.extensions.shim namespace
AddElementType("headers", Uri.SHIM, typeof(agsXMPP.protocol.extensions.shim.Header));
AddElementType("header", Uri.SHIM, typeof(agsXMPP.protocol.extensions.shim.Headers));

After that the whole thing compiled happily.

Simply trapping the OnSocketError event, my test app can recover cleanly from the two most probable errors: unreachable host, or XMPP server not listening.
This post was edited on 2006-04-19, 22:47 by Alex.
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Poll: Do you plan to switch to VS2005
(2 votes · 33%) Yes i want to switch to VS2005 soon
(4 votes · 67%) I already switched to VS2005
(0 votes ·   0%) I'm not interested to switch for the next 12 month
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Alex #2
Member since Feb 2003 · 4317 posts · Location: Germany
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hi marcelo,

i think i moved the files during the development to the other directory and namespace. And forgot to delete them. So just ignore the files, they should be only in one namespace.

There is also a new compiler condition "MONOSSL". You have to use it if you want SSL and START-TLS support on .NET1.1 and Mono. NET2.0 has build in SSL support and doesnt need the Mono.Security library.

If you send me your project files then i include them with the next release. Currently i have only VS2005 installed. Because in some forums Microsoft recommended not to install both on the same machine. I think i will install VS2003 in a virtual machine.

For me i would be intersting to make a small poll if you developers plan to switch to 2005 soon, already work with 2005 or dont plan to switch to 2005 in the next 12 month.
I dont think there will be many 2003 users in the future. Even the free community express versions of 2005 are great and better then the old IDE.

Alex
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marcelo #3
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Subject: solution files and VS2005
Regarding the solution files, it's worth to mention that VS2003 ( may be also because my own clumsiness ) copied all the folders under the new solution folder . So, it would be necessary to upload the entire folder tree.
Or to say it the another way: it's not enough to post the sln, suo, csproj, etc files. It must be a separate "distribution".

Regarding VS2005, I don't knew the community version you mention.

I will learn regarding it.
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Alex #4
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Hi marcelo,

look here:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/default.aspx
All the express versions are free if you download them in the next 12 month.
They will not expire.

Alex
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