Release of Smack 3.2.1

Since several defects have been fixed, including a rather serious issue dealing with file transfers. The 3.2.1 version of Smack is released as of July 4th.

Although more issues were planned for this release, due to number of people having issues with SMACK-338 and the slower than expected resolution rate on the planned issues, the release will go ahead with the 6 issues that have already been resolved.

  • [SMACK-129] - MultiUserChat will Store Messages in its PacketCollector irregardless of whether or not they are being read
  • [SMACK-230] - Disconnect Can Cause Null Pointer Exception
  • [SMACK-273] - Bug in
  • [SMACK-324] - Investigate SASL issue with jabberd2 servers
  • [SMACK-329] - XHTMLText uses improper format for br tag
  • [SMACK-338] - IBB filetransfer doesn’t work as expected

The rest of the planned issues have been pushed to a 3.2.2 release.

Robin Collier

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6 bugs is still a good number for a small release

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Have you managed to send a file from a gmail account, logged in Smack, to a PSI client using this version of Smack?? The other way round works perfectly.


Thanks for the release!

Is there any way that the upload to Maven central could be integrated in the Smack release process? None of the 3.2.x artifacts are available, yet.

I am in the process of creating the appropriate poms now for version 3.2.1, unfortunately I am suffering some personal health issues that is hampering my ability to work.

There is a plan to convert the build process to maven altogether from the current ant based build, and I have a workspace with that partially done. But this won’t happen until a future release, possibly of 4.0 since it may change the artifacts somewhat as well. When the product becomes maven based, we will integrate the releases to the central repo as well.