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Which Python library for Jabber?

[I just asked this on Jabber Dev but I did get very few answers. Please,
excuse me for this kind of a cross-posting and give me some advise, if you

Which Python library would you use for developing a small Jabber client?

jabber.py (seems to be dead since 2003)

pyxmpp (looks like the "official" python library)

xmpp.py (a russian alternative. Very well documented and apparently quite

Anything else?

Alessandro Bottoni
Aug 18 '05 #1
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