Bug #950

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XMPP double clicking a user inside a room, and sending a message, fails

Added by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1964 days ago. Updated 1964 days ago.

Status:New Start:01/28/2014
Priority:Normal Due date:
Assigned to:avatarOliver Schneider % Done:

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Category:Engine XMPP (Jabber)
Target version:-
Complexity:

Found in Version:

0.11.0.0+dev.bzr411

Votes: 0

Description

Using Smuxi
Vendor: Debian 2:0.11+dev.bzr411~ubuntu13.04.1
Frontend: GNOME 0.11.0.0
Engine: 0.11.0.0

I enter in a room called 'roomname' using XMPP (connecting to the server anexampleservername.net), double click on a username 'Foo', then a new chat is opened (with the name '/Foo), and if I write something in that chat, I get:

<error xmlns="jabber:client" code="400" type="modify"><bad-request xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas" /></error>

History

Updated by Oliver Schneider 1964 days ago

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this might totally be server specific behavior. sometimes it's even muc specific. I don't really know how to detect this
best i can offer is a nice error message instead of xml dump

Updated by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1964 days ago

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Thing is, I think the problem comes from trying to connect to '/Foo' instead of to ''.

Updated by Oliver Schneider 1964 days ago

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Andrés G. Aragoneses wrote:

Thing is, I think the problem comes from trying to connect to '/Foo' instead of to ''.

the nickname "Foo" is freely choosable whenever you join a room. also the user might be from another server entirely, you can't assume that is going to work

Updated by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1964 days ago

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In pidgin, this works. Would be nice to check how they do it.

Updated by Oliver Schneider 1964 days ago

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Andrés G. Aragoneses wrote:

In pidgin, this works. Would be nice to check how they do it.

ah, i think i know now what you mean.
it's another muc specific feature, only works when rooms are not anonymous. i'll look into it

Updated by Andrés G. Aragoneses 1964 days ago

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Exactly, when I enter these rooms the first thing I can read is:

17:52 <> This room is not anonymous.

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