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[Linphone-developers] Purpose of linphone-1.99.0

From: petr . pisar
Subject: [Linphone-developers] Purpose of linphone-1.99.0
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 17:03:48 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.16 (2007-06-09)

Hi Simon,

I've compiled unstable/linphone-1.99.0 after some problems. I've met three

1) mediastreamer2/src/gsm.c includes <gsm/gsm.h> while -L../../libgsm. This
leads into "gsm/gsm.h not found". Are you moving to external gsm library?
This patch fixes it:

diff -Naur linphone-1.99.0-org/mediastreamer2/src/gsm.c 
--- linphone-1.99.0-org/mediastreamer2/src/gsm.c    2007-06-27 
10:36:47.000000000 +0200
+++ linphone-1.99.0/mediastreamer2/src/gsm.c    2007-10-28 22:59:33.000000000 
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@
 #include "mediastreamer2/msfilter.h"
-#include <gsm/gsm.h>
+#include <gsm.h>
 typedef struct EncState{
    gsm state;

2) Final linking of console tools (linphonec etc.) failes on undefined symbols
in These symbols are part of I think it's
caused by interaction between autotools/libtool in my Gentoo system and
scripts in you tarball. I'was able to fix it by autoreconf && recursive
libtoolize --force (in root, mediastreamer2 and oRTP directories).

3) Some patches that are parts of release 1.7.1 are missing. Namely Czech
translation and GTK about/translators list. Are you going to merge that
patches from 1.7.1 or should I send you patches against 1.99.0?

-- Petr

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