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[Linphone-developers] new release

From: Simon MORLAT
Subject: [Linphone-developers] new release
Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 17:20:51 +0100
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I forgot to mention an important thing for all people that try to cross-compile linphone on various architecture:
glib-2.2 is no more a required dependency.
You can compile with just libosip-0.9.7 and linphone-0.12.1.tar.gz, and you'll get the console version: linphonec. Of course to obtain the gnome interface, all gnome libraries and header files are needed (including glib of course).

Simon MORLAT wrote:


linphone-0.12.1 is finally released after months of tests .
It includes many improvements in terms of stability (most part of the work). Some important bugs in the previous version concerned the speex codec support (not speex itself, because it is very stable and performant). The only new feature is that you can choose the ring sound between several .wav files provided in the package. All rings have been composed by me to avoid to pay royalties to the disk industry. However it is not forbidden to ask linphone to play a sample of your favourite song, provided that your local legislation allows you to make private copies of the music you buy :-(. rpms and tgz for your favourite distribution are welcomed and will be uploaded to the download page.


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