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RE: [Linphone-developers] Building Linphone on WindowsXP

From: Adrian Kaehler
Subject: RE: [Linphone-developers] Building Linphone on WindowsXP
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 10:16:13 -0800


  Ok, thanks for the help.  I did check out that page you mentioned already, 
and have been using what it has there as my main means of getting started.  I 
was trying to build everything in Visual Studio with the Microsoft compiler.  
Is there any reason to believe that this is a hopeless endeavor, or is this 
just not the way you chose to do things thus far?


-----Original Message-----
From: Simon Morlat [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 2:42 AM
To: address@hidden
Cc: Adrian Kaehler
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Building Linphone on WindowsXP


Thanks for your interest in linphone !
I've wrote this page that tells a little about building on linphone:

Basically you need the wxDev-Cpp IDE that uses mingw (gcc on windows).
You need to compile all linphone's dependencies (speex, theora, libosip2...) 
first and install their libraries and header files in for example C:
\DevCpp\linphone-build\lib for .a or .dll libraries and C:
For example for theora, place the theora public headers into C:

And finally use cvs and tar.gz packages because the .dev (wxdev-cpp project
files) are not included in the tar.gz.
Normally you 'll find .dev files for oRTP, mediastreamer2, exosip and coreapi 
that you'll have to build in this order (and resulting libraries in C:
\DevCpp\linphone-build\lib )


Le mercredi 31 janvier 2007 00:55, Adrian Kaehler a écrit :
>   Hi all,
>   I am new to the list, but I am very excited about linphone.  I am 
> very much interested in building Linphone on Windows (I am using XP 
> and MSVS 2005).  I started out with the source code, and tried to 
> figure out how to do this build, and though I am making progress, it 
> is not particularly easy! :-)  I was wondering if there were others 
> out there who were interested in this topic, and maybe who have made 
> some headway on it - and might be willing to help me out.
>   Clearly someone has successfully done all of this, as the 
> downloadable binary form of Linphone for Windows works great.
>   It would be nice to come up with a more detailed "how to" that we 
> could contribute back to to help others in the future as 
> well.
>    So if anyone is interested in this, or has some general pointers to 
> help me out, please either mention it on the list, or send me mail 
> directly.
>  Thanks, and nice to meet you all.
> -Adrian

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