Perhaps I should not be using fire_event().
What I am attempting to do is capture all "muc_events" (such as join room,
leave room...) in a MUC room and send it via HTTP.
I have written a module that incorporates a handler which does a HTTP post
of the events received. This, in my opinion, must be an asynchronous
Your help will be much appreciated.
On Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 3:26:44 PM UTC-5, Matthew Wild wrote:
> > On 20 January 2016 at 19:13, Harsha Bellur <hbe...@gmail.com
> >> Hi
> >> In situations where events (same event_name) are getting fired
> >> (module:fire_event()) quicker than the handler function (defined in
> >> module:hook()), is it safe to assume that the events are queued?
> > There is no queue - module:fire_event() d
> Sorry, hit send somehow too early.
> There is no queue - module:fire_event() does not return until the
> handler has finished.
> Handlers should never take long to execute, they should return
> instantly. If you're having trouble with slow handlers, they need
> fixing (we can help you figure out how, if you need).
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