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Re: [Linphone-developers] c# mono linphone

From: Per Cramer
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] c# mono linphone
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2013 09:02:58 +0100

Hi Ed (and others),

Thank you for your quick answer. I have made succesfull registration yes, that 
all works fine. I have made and received calls using linphone to make sure that 
I got the registration part good first ;-)

>>You can use any command support by linphonec through linphonecsh through the 
>>"generic" command. For example. 
>>linphonecsh generic "answer"

That is the way to accept the call, but how will I receive some notification 
about an incoming call then? Because I would like to do some tasks before I 
answer the call (like do an external loopup with the caller ID.



-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden Namens Ed Holland
Verzonden: woensdag 16 januari 2013 8:54
Aan: address@hidden
Onderwerp: Re: [Linphone-developers] c# mono linphone

You can use any command support by linphonec through linphonecsh through the 
"generic" command. For example. 
linphonecsh generic "answer"
This will of course require you to have registered against a SIP server and so 
forth, but I’m sure you've already figured that part out if you can 
successfully make calls. 


Ed Holland

On Wed, 2013-01-16 at 08:38 +0100, Per Cramer wrote:
> Hi.
> We are running an embedded linux board and we are programming for it 
> using mono / c#. I now would like to control an instance of linphone 
> (or liblinphone) from our program. I have seen the samples on the site 
> using linphonec / linphoecsh to start calls using a shell. But that is 
> only for starting calls (as far as I can see). But I would also like 
> to receive some info on incoming cals of course.
> So are there other ways on how to do this? I read somewhere that there 
> is a named pipe that could be used. But there isn’t much info to find 
> on that either. Which commands can be used with this pipe for example?
> Regards,
> Per
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