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Objective C P2P Libraries

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Hi there,

I am currently designing a Mac application where one user is to send another user a file and chat over a network connection. Is there any libraries or examples I could look at? I am really having a hard time finding resources regarding this topic.

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EZFrag
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robertcerny earned 500 total points
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Hello,
I would use CocoaAsyncSocket

There is a great docs as well.
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Thanks,
I have settled on XMPPLibrary (http://code.google.com/p/xmppframework/w/list)
It is an incomplete library, but the implementation is easy enough to finish most of the protocols myself
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