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Re: [Linphone-developers] Latest iOS branch fails to authenticate and ot

From: Richard Zinn
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Latest iOS branch fails to authenticate and other broken things
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2013 07:18:39 -0800

I checked out: 
commit b2904d4c043b798dbfe2c62d956ebd3609e7ffc1
Author: Guillaume BIENKOWSKI <address@hidden>
Date:   Tue Nov 19 16:08:31 2013 +0100

So yes, I think it was on Nov 22, I did a git clone git:// --recursive
And got that revision, and I went in to the README and ran the makefiles as directed.  I did get all of the submodules to build after correcting one minor problem in a makefile.  I then loaded the project in Xcode, and all of the libraries and frameworks were located and in the correct place, and the only error there was the number of arguments to that function call.  Commenting out the one extra argument in the function call got me past the error in Xcode, but then I couldn't get SIP authentication to happen.  I poked around for a while to try and figure out why, but have decided the best route to take is to work on getting the version of software that matches what is in the app store now since that SIP authentication works fine.

On Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 9:00 PM, Cool guy <address@hidden> wrote:
Are you able to build sub-modules ? which linphone-iPhone version you checkout from git ? Is it "origin/master tag-2.1.1" dated-19th Nov ?

On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 1:02 AM, Richard Zinn <address@hidden> wrote:
Can anyone tell me what the latest tag or rev is that is fully tested and confirmed to work for iOS?  I checked out the latest on the master branch today and I get this:  Semantic issue, too many arguments to function call:

LinphoneAuthInfo* auth_info =linphone_auth_info_new([usernameField.text UTF8String]

,[usernameField.text UTF8String]

,[passwordField.text UTF8String]




The .h file for that function looks like this:

LINPHONE_PUBLIC LinphoneAuthInfo *linphone_auth_info_new(const char *username, 

const char *userid,

const char *passwd, 

const char *ha1,

const char *realm);

Anyway, just to show that what's showing up as the latest in git is not tested.

I looked in to this further and the issue is that the submodules that you get when checking out linphone-iphone master are detached from head too early.  Is the right thing to do to go in to each of the submodules and check out the very latest?  Or a specific branch?

Thanks in advance.

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