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[Linphone-developers] linphone-3.2.0 is released

From: Simon Morlat
Subject: [Linphone-developers] linphone-3.2.0 is released
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 11:46:26 +0200
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Hi all,

A new version of linphone is out, bringing a better UI and make him even more robust and reliable. A notable change is that linphone works on Mac OS X (audio only in first step).

See the list of changes:

  • new in-call layout
  • new idle view with two buttons
  • ability to dial the number from dialpad
  • improve local IP address detection when having multiple networks (ex: VPNs)
  • use proxy's received and rport params from via in Contact header when possible
  • port to mac os X leopard (using gtk/x11), audio only for now
  • DevC++ support now deprecated, use msys/mingw (see README.mingw for details)
  • add a command line option to ask linphone to place a call, whenever an instance is already running or not (--call). It should be useful for starting calls from a web browser recognizing the 'sip:' uri scheme.
  • french and italian translation updated
  • don't show ffmpeg codecs when encoder are disabled in ffmpeg library.
  • bugfixes in:
  • video4linux2 support
  • alsa support
  • socket leak in mtu discovery algorithm

See the full annoucement here:

And a screenshot:

Mediastreamer2, the media engine also has lots of improvements, such as a parametric sound equalizer to improve mic/speaker frequency response, and an echo-limiter algorithm (for cases where traditionnal echo canceler cannot work).

For those who are doing (or interested in doing) commercial products with linphone code base, please visit the new Belledonne Communications website:

Belledonne Communications is a company created by me to sponsor linphone's development and propose commercial support and services.

Best regards,


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