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NAME

xmppc - XMPP Command line Tool

SYNOPSIS

xmppc [OPTIONS] -m MODE COMMAND [<args>...]

xmppc [-a ACCOUNT] [-j JID] [-p PASSWORD] -m MODE COMMAND [<args>...]

DESCRIPTION

xmppc is a XMPP command line tool. You need an XMPP Account to use this tool. The account information can be defined via command line argument -j JID. If no password is provided via -p PASSWORD xmppc will ask the user to enter the password. Another option is to define 1 or more accounts within a configuration file. The option -a ACCOUNT can be used to select the account.

The argument -m MODE defines the xmppc MODE which should be used (roster, message, pgp, omemo, openpgp, monitor, bookmark, mam, discovery). The COMMAND and the args required by the COMMAND depends on the chosen MODE.

OPTIONS

-a, --attribute ACCOUNT
ACCOUNT is a name of a xmpp account defined within the configuration file.

-j, --jid JID

JID of the XMPP Account.

-p, --pwd PWD

Password of the XMPP Account.

-v VERBOSE, Verbose flags. -v[v[v[v]]]

-v is WARN -vv is INFO --vvv is DEBUG -vvvv is TRACE

--help

Print program version number and help

MODES AND COMMANDS

xmppc modes.

-m roster

The Roster mode can be used to provided information of the xmpp account’s roster. The roster is the XMPP list of contacts.

list - List all contacts

export - Exports all contacts

-m message

The message mode can be used to send unencrypted messages to another xmpp account.

chat <jid> <message> - Sending unencrypted message to jid

-m pgp

PGP Mode (XEP-0027)

chat <jid> <message> - Sending pgp encrypted message to jid

-m omemo

OMEMO Mode (XEP-0384)

list - List the device IDs and fingerprints

-m openpgp

openpgp mode (XEP-0373)

signcrypt <jid> <message> - Sending pgp signed and encrypted message to jid

-m monitor

Monitot mode

stanza - Stanza Monitor

monitor - microblog Monitor microblog (XEP-0277)

-m bookmark

Bookmark mode (XEP-0048)

list - List bookmarks

-m mam

Message Archive Management (XEP-0313)

list <jid> - List messages from <jid>

-m discovery

Service Discovery (XEP-0030)

info <jid> - info request for <jid>

item <jid> - item request for <jid>

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

•HOME

EXAMPLES

xmppc --jid user@domain.tld --pwd "secret" --mode roster list
xmppc --jid user@domain.tld --mode pgp chat friend@domain.tld "Hello"
xmppc -a account1 --mode discovery item conference@domain.tld
xmppc --mode bookmark list

FILES

Configuration file to setup accounts.

~/.config/xmppc.conf

Example:

[default]
jid=account1@domain.tld
pwd=password1

[account2]
jid=account2@domain.tld

[account3]
jid=account3@domain.tld
pwd=password3

EXIT STATUS

0
Success

1

Failure

BUGS

See https://codeberg.org/Anoxinon_e.V./xmppc/issues

AUTHOR

•DebXWoody (OpenPGP: A602F76893F138B4A8EFDDD5C2DC916F35751C24)

RESOURCES

Source: https://codeberg.org/Anoxinon_e.V./xmppc

Documentation: https://codeberg.org/Anoxinon_e.V./xmppc/wiki

COPYING

Copyright (C) 2020 Anoxinon e.V. Free use of this software is granted under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
05/16/2020