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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 07:24:35 -0800

Hi, no, all I issued was: 

git clone git:// --recursive

I didn't realize there was another step to it.  I'm trying your suggestion now.

Really glad to get your help on this Guilaume!

On Thu, Nov 28, 2013 at 12:09 AM, Guillaume BIENKOWSKI <address@hidden> wrote:

Did you correctly update the submodules when pulling the latest master?

Issue `git submodule update —init —recursive` in linphone-iphone.

Manually checking out the masters in submodules is _not_ what you should do.

On our end the buildbot correctly compiled tonight’s master.


Le 27 nov. 2013 à 20:32, Richard Zinn <address@hidden> a écrit :

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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