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sldr #1
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Subject: Matrix.vNext Lib is missing Matrix.Xmpp.Client.TimeIq class
This lib is all new to me and have only spent about half a day using it with no knowledge of XMPP so I could be doing something wrong. I have the following code that works for VersionIq and tried to copy it for TimeIq (that doesn't exist).

  1. x.XmppXElementStreamObserver
  2.     .Where(el => el.OfType<Iq>()
  3.             && el.Cast<Iq>().Type == IqType.Get
  4.             && el.Cast<Iq>().Query.OfType<Matrix.Xmpp.Version.Version>())
  5.     .Subscribe(el =>
  6.     {
  7.         Iq iq = el.Cast<Iq>();
  8.         VersionIq resIq = Factory.GetElement<VersionIq>();
  9.         resIq.Id = iq.Id;
  10.         resIq.From = iq.To;
  11.         resIq.To = iq.From;
  12.         resIq.Type = IqType.Result;
  13.         Matrix.Xmpp.Version.Version v = new Matrix.Xmpp.Version.Version();
  14.         v.Name = "SLDR EMailIM";
  15.         v.Os = "Windows";
  16.         v.Ver = "SLDR EMailIM V0.22";
  17.         resIq.Version = v;
  18.         x.SendAsync(resIq).Wait();
  19.         Console.WriteLine(resIq.ToString());
  20.     });

When I tried to do this with for TimeIq but it doesn't work because the TimeIq class doesn't exist anywhere in the Matrix namespace tree.
  1. x.XmppXElementStreamObserver
  2.     .Where(el => el.OfType<Iq>()
  3.             && el.Cast<Iq>().Type == IqType.Get
  4.             && el.Cast<Iq>().Query.OfType<Matrix.Xmpp.Time.Time>())
  5.     .Subscribe(el =>
  6.     {
  7.         Iq iq = el.Cast<Iq>();
  8.         TimeIq resIq = Factory.GetElement<TimeIq>();
  9.         resIq.Id = iq.Id;
  10.         resIq.From = iq.To;
  11.         resIq.To = iq.From;
  12.         resIq.Type = IqType.Result;
  13.         Matrix.Xmpp.Time.Time t = new Matrix.Xmpp.Time.Time();
  14.         t.DateTime = new DateTime();
  15.         resIq.Time = t;
  16.         x.SendAsync(resIq).Wait();
  17.         Console.WriteLine(resIq.ToString());
  18.     });

Please point me in the right direction if I am missing something. I am using Matrix.vNext Version 1.0.6 and did a "Install-Package Matrix.vNext -Version 1.0.6" to get it.

Thanks,
SLDR
(Stephen L. De Rudder)
This post was edited 2 times, last on 2018-02-24, 11:36 by Alex.
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Alex #2
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TimeIq class does not exist.
You can build all Iqs like this:

  1. var timeQuery = new IqQuery<Time>() { Type = IqType.Get };

Alex
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Subject: WOW Thanks for quick reply!!!
I have it working now with your solution.

  1.       x.XmppXElementStreamObserver.Where(el => el.OfType<Iq>() && el.Cast<Iq>().Type == IqType.Get && el.Cast<Iq>().Query.OfType<Matrix.Xmpp.Time.Time>()).Subscribe(el =>
  2.       {
  3.         Iq iq = el.Cast<Iq>();
  4.         IqQuery<Matrix.Xmpp.Time.Time> resIq = new IqQuery<Matrix.Xmpp.Time.Time>();
  5.         resIq.Id = iq.Id;
  6.         resIq.From = iq.To;
  7.         resIq.To = iq.From;
  8.         resIq.Type = IqType.Result;
  9.         resIq.Query.DateTime = DateTime.Now;
  10.         x.SendAsync(resIq).Wait();
  11.         Console.WriteLine(resIq.ToString());
  12.       });

Thanks,
SLDR
(Stephen L. De Rudder)

PS: It would be nice to have all the *Iq classes to be consistent but I am happy with your solution.
This post was edited on 2018-02-24, 09:53 by Alex.
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the TimeIq class was added. You can use the latest CI builds from here:
https://www.myget.org/F/matrix-xmpp/api/v3/index.json

be aware that the CI builds are already version 2 which is coming soon.
We moved some functions from XmppClient to the Extension package.
So you just need to add Matrix.vNext.Extensions nuGet package and include the Roster and Presence extension namespaces when you are using the RequestRosterAsync and SendPresenceAsync function which were directly on the XmppClient before.

Alex
This post was edited 2 times, last on 2018-02-27, 23:29 by Alex.
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There is a sample in the docs now which described on how to implement software version as a handler:
https://matrix-xmpp.io/docs/handlers
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