msnlib - a Python MSN messenger protocol library and clientNote: Microsoft is shutting down MSN messenger on March 2013. msnlib will cease to work and will no longer be maintained.
AboutThis is an opensource Python implementation for the MSN messenger protocol version 8.
It comes with a text-mode client named msn, which has a simple line-oriented user interface that resembles climm (previously called micq), and a base is a library (called msnlib), which uses a non-blocking callback scheme.
Everything is licensed under the MIT license.
It's written in Python and works under any Unix environment (Linux, *BSD, etc.). The library has been tested and reported to work successfuly also under Microsoft Windows. For more information about the library itself, please read the README file.
DownloadThe current version is 3.8 (released on 2011-05-15): all released files.
git clone git://blitiri.com.ar/msnlib
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Alberto Bertogli (email@example.com) - Last updated 09/Mar/2013