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[Linphone-developers] Initializing linphonec daemon in -V mode via linph

From: Henrik Pauli
Subject: [Linphone-developers] Initializing linphonec daemon in -V mode via linphonecsh
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 13:31:58 +0200
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This still seems to be the case with Linphone 3.5.2, so I made a patch which hopefully doesn't leak and fixes the issue under Windows. I'm not a C programmer, so there might be things that are awkward in this code. It compiles fine under mingw for me even after the changes.

Simon Brenner wrote:
Hi everyone,

maybe this is the appropriate list for this issue...

I found that in console/shell.c in function "spawn_linphonec" no use is made of
the user-given
arguments (char *argv[]). At least this seems to be true for the #else part of
this "#ifndef WIN32"
paragraph. In the linux paragraph the user arguments are forwarded to the new

Am I right??


Julian Krien wrote:
> Hello,
> i am wondering if it is possible to initialize linphonec daemon in video
> mode (-V) via linphonecsh.
> I am running linphone 3.3.1 on Windows 7.
> help for linphonecsh tells me that arguments for linephonec should
> follow init action, but it seems argument -V has no effect.
> ==================================
> Usage:
> linphonecsh <action> [arguments]
> where action is one of
>         init            : spawn a linphonec daemon (first step to make
> other actions)
>                         followed by the arguments sent to linphonec
> ==================================
> i tried "linphonecsh init -V" , but i am only able to make audio calls.
> thanks in advance.
> Julian

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