I've been working on a library for dealing with XMPP JIDs, including
validation, comparison, etc. which aims to be fully compliant with RFC 6122
except that it uses IDNA2008 for domain names (RFC 6122 requires IDNA2003).
Note that this is NOT another general XMPP library; it's only functionality
is the creation and validation of JIDs.
Currently it's mostly compliant, but it does not implement nodeprep or
resourceprep (stringprep for XMPP) properly as I haven't found a good
library in native Go.
I hope this will be useful to anyone working with XMPP in Go.
If anyone would like to contribute, more tests and better documentation are
needed in particular.
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