I'm using GNU Freetalk along with expect in order to send notifications to my phone – Freetalk has a
readline interface, and I use
expect to make a series of non interactive scripts that send information to another Jabber account.
I'd like to have these scripts end freetalk 'properly' – that is to say
user@domainname message one user@domainname message two /quit
which would print out
message one message two
However Freetalk 'helpfully' adds
user@domainame automatically so I get
message one message two /quit
as the output. The expect script still ends, but there's a delay.
How would I stop Freetalk from adding in the 'buddy' address automatically?