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Manual Reference Pages  -  NET::XMPP2::EXT::MUC::ROOM (3)

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NAME

Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::Room - Room class

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

DESCRIPTION

This module represents a room handle for a MUC.

METHODS

<B>new (%args)B>
<B>get_user ($nick)B> This method returns the user with the $nick in the room.
<B>get_meB> This method returns the Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User object of yourself in the room. If will return undef if we are not in the room anymore.
<B>get_user_jid ($jid)B> This method looks whether a user with the JID $jid exists in the room. That means whether the node and domain part of the JID match the rooms node and domain part, and the resource part of the JID matches a joined nick.
<B>get_usersB> This method returns the list of occupants as Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User objects.
<B>make_instant ($cb)B> If you just created a room you can create an instant room with this method instead of going through room configuration for a reserved room.

If you want to create a reserved room instead don’t forget to unset the create_instant argument of the join_room method of Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC!

See also the request_configuration method below for the reserved room config.

$cb is the callback that will be called when the instant room creation is finished. If successful the first argument will be this room object ($self), if unsuccessful the first argument will be undef and the second will be a Net::XMPP2::Error::IQ object.

<B>request_configuration ($cb)B> This method requests the room configuration. When the configuration form or an error arrives $cb will be called. The first argument to the callback will be a Net::XMPP2::Ext::DataForm with the room configuration form or undef in case of an error. The second argument will be a Net::XMPP2::Error::MUC error object if an error occured or undef if no error occured.

If you made an answer form you can send it via the send_configuration method below.

Here is an example:



   $room->request_configuration (sub {
      my ($form, $err) = @_;
      $form or return;

      my $af = Net::XMPP2::Ext::DataForm->new;
      $af->make_answer_form ($form);
      $af->set_field_value (muc#roomconfig_maxusers, 20);
      $af->clear_empty_fields;

      $roomhdl->send_configuration ($af, sub {
         # ...
      });
   });



send_configuration ($answer_form, $cb) This method sends the answer form to a configuration request to the room. $answer_form should be a Net::XMPP2::Ext::DataForm object containig the answer form with the changed configuration.

The first argument of $cb will be a true value if the configuration change was successful. The second argument of $cb will be a Net::XMPP2::Error::IQ object if the configuration change was not successful.

<B>make_message (%args)B> This method constructs a Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::Message with a connection to this room.

%args are further arguments for the constructor of Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::Message. The default to argument for the message is the room and the type will be ’groupchat’.

<B>send_part ($msg, B>$cb<B>, B>$timeout<B>)B> This lets you part the room, $msg is an optional part message and can be undef if no custom message should be generated.

$cb is called when we successfully left the room or after $timeout seconds. The default for $timeout is 60.

The first argument to the call of $cb will be undef if we successfully parted, or a true value when the timeout hit. Even if we timeout we consider ourself parted.

<B>usersB> Returns a list of Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User objects which are in this room.
<B>jidB> Returns the bare JID of this room.
<B>nick_jidB> Returns the full JID of yourself in the room.
<B>is_connectedB> Returns true if this room is still connected (but maybe not joined (yet)).
<B>is_joinedB> Returns true if this room is still joined (and connected).
<B>change_nick ($newnick)B> This method lets you change your nickname in this room.
<B>change_subject ($newsubject)B> This methods changes the subject of the room.

EVENTS

These events can be registered on with reg_cb:
message => $msg, $is_echo This event is emitted when a message was received from the room. $msg is a Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::Message object and $is_echo is true if the message is an echo.
subject_change => $msg, $is_echo This event is emitted when a user changes the room subject. $msg is a Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::Message object and $is_echo is true if the message is an echo.

The room subject is the subject of that $msg.

subject_change_error => $error If you weren’t allowed to change the subject or some other error occured you will receive this event. $error is a Net::XMPP2::Error::MUC object.
error => $error This event is emitted when any error occured. $error is a Net::XMPP2::Error::MUC object.
join_error => $error This event is emitted when a error occured when joining a room. $error is a Net::XMPP2::Error::MUC object.
enter => $user This event is emitted when we successfully joined the room. $user is a Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User object which is the user handle for ourself.
join => $user This event is emitted when a new user joins the room. $user is the Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User object of that user.
nick_change => $user, $oldnick, $newnick This event is emitted when a user changed his nickname. $user is the Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User object of that user. $oldnick is the old nickname and $newnick is the new nickname.
presence => $user This event is emitted when a user changes it’s presence status (eg. affiliation or role, or away status). $user is the Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User object of that user.
part => $user This event is emitted when a user leaves the channel. $user is the Net::XMPP2::Ext::MUC::User of that user, but please note that you shouldn’t send any messages to this user anymore.
leave This event is emitted when we leave the room.

AUTHOR

Robin Redeker, <elmex at ta-sa.org>, JID: <elmex at jabber.org>

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2007 Robin Redeker, all rights reserved.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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