JBuddy Bot Framework Release Notes

Release 2.0

Build 120405 April 5, 2012

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.3.120405

Build 120327 March 27, 2012

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.3.120327

Build 120123 January 23, 2012

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.3.111205

Build 110808 August 8, 2011

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.3.110808

Build 110427 April 27, 2011

  • Run utility no longer reads input from stdin. This change allows Run to support background (daemon) operation as intended
  • Added setThreadPoolDaemon and isThreadPoolDaemon methods to BotEngine. Default is true
  • Run mode runs BotEngine with non-daemon threads so it will continue to run after starting the BotEngine
  • Added -connect true|false argument to Run and Test utilities to alter default client gateway connection behavior

Build 100815 August 15, 2010

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.3.100815

Build 100115 January 15, 2010

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.3
  • License updates

Build 090402 April 2, 2009

  • Build on top of JBuddy SDK v6.2

Build 080608 June 8, 2008

  • Fixed Bots.jar to reference JBuddy.jar
  • Fixed Buddy Authorization request during bot signon
  • License updates

Build 080520 May 20, 2008

  • Fixed offline mode to work even without a network
  • Javadocs fixes including links to the JBuddy SDK, exposed BotEngine classloader method, and exposed BotGateway methods for third party gateways development

Build 080418 April 18, 2008

  • Gateway API for connecting the Bot Framework with Custom Client Gateways (external message sources such as SMS, trading systems, logistics, news feeds, etc.)
  • New Bot Actions for URLs including http, https, file for web actions
  • XSLT and JTidy support for easier web services integration
  • Routing capability allows one message source to trigger actions on another message source
  • Leveraging the IM capabilities of the JBuddy SDK 6.1

Release 1.0

Build 0001 May 23, 2007

Using basic java and/or XML skills, a developer can quickly develop an interactive menu-oriented Instant Messaging application (i.e: "IM Bot").
  • IM support for AIM, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, Google Talk, XMPP (Jabber), Lotus Sametime and JBuddy Message Server
  • Parameter processing (prompt and valid user input)
  • Include/Exclude Filters match input to trigger specific events
  • Event Handlers (local and global)
  • Dynamic Content handling via Java or XML)
  • Send and receive Instant Messages
  • Send files as response
  • Rich text markup for IMs
  • Trigger Java or System Actions
  • Command-line tool for testing bots offline and locally
  • Free 3 concurrent chat session license perfect for development and small pilot phases

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