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ip messenger library fro python

Project description

Library for IP messenger .

how to use

# username, group name, port(default 2524)
ip = IpmsgServer("denzow", "denzow_group", 2721)

# start server
ip.start()


# send message
packet_no = ip.send_message("192.168.1.xx", "hello")

# check succeed?( should wait some seconds.)
ip.check_sended_message(packet_no)

# get host info
testusers_info = ip.get_hostinfo_by_nickname("testuser")
packet_no = ip.send_message(testusers_info.addr, "hello")

# send message use nickname without ip addr
packet_no = ip.send_message_by_nickname("", "hello")

# send message use fuzzy nickname without ip addr
packet_no = ip.send_message_by_fuzzy_nickname("", "hello")


# stop server
# wait stop thread and close socket.
ip.stop()

restrict

  • never use attach file.
  • nerver encrypt

TODO

  • send SECRET message
  • recv SECRET message
  • register hostinfo correctry other than via getlist
  • remove hostlist when rcv br_exit.

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