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An unreliable web based instant messaging application.
On Google Cloud Shell or Linux (or macOS perhaps, I did not test) with the Google App Engine SDK installed -
Or, on any platform with the Google App Engine SDK installed -
python dev_appserver.py .
And then go to
localhost:8080/redirect-to-converse. You can use
baz as the user name and be sure to read the comment in
messenger/authentication.py first (alternatively, set IS_PRIVATE_MESSENGER to False in
messenger/constants.py or in your
messenger/configuration.py - see the Customization Options section below).
It was built due to the huge disappointment I had with Google Talk/GMail Chat/any other name Google picked at the time, because Google Talk was not reliable - I missed messages that were sent to me, others missed messages I sent to them and sometimes messages did not even reach the server and the sender was not notified about that fact.
It was supposed to be reliable and robust against transport issues, without false positives.
However, due to the multiple process/threads nature of Python 2.7 Google App Engine and the fundamental inability of the current code to lock the storage space, it did lose messages.
Still, it was a learning experience in Python.
You can create
messenger/configuration.py with the following content in order to customize it -
import os CUSTOM_JID_HOST_NAME = 'appspot.com' CUSTOM_HOST_NAME = 'messenger.appspot.com' CUSTOM_DEV_HOST_NAME = 'localhost:8080' CUSTOM_APPLICATION_ID = 'messenger' CUSTOM_APPLICATION_EMAIL_DOMAIN = "%s.appspotmail.com" % CUSTOM_APPLICATION_ID CUSTOM_APPLICATION_VERSION = os.environ.get('CURRENT_VERSION_ID'); CUSTOM_TEST_MODE_CHANNEL_PREFIX = '____test_mode____' CUSTOM_IS_PRIVATE_MESSENGER = False CUSTOM_DEV_MODE = True CUSTOM_APPLICATION_NAME = 'Messenger' CUSTOM_PRIVATE_APPLICATION_NAME = 'Blank' CUSTOM_USER_LIST = None
The client and the server are not secure (other than HTTPS). While SQL injection are probably not possible (simply because SQL is not used), you can absolutely inject scripts into messages and any HTML is accepted.
Creative Commons 0. Enjoy.
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