What soft phone to port?
jeremiah.flerchinger at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 07:58:55 CET 2008
I personally don't care much which sip client would be ported. I would
like to a sip client that could be eventually integrated with the
address book, dialer, webkit (for clicking on sip links) or other apps,
to some extent, in the future. I don't know how well all of the
different apps would lend themselves to this. I think a GTK based
client that looked similar to the current dialer would be great.
Also the current build environment doesn't support C++ to my knowledge.
This would exclude Ekiga because it's written in C++. LinPhone is C
based & I'm not sure about minisip. I think most of the other apps
mentioned were Qt based.
Brandon Kruse wrote:
> I am going to fully port a sip client (besides the iax client I am
> already working on)
> This is a flame-free thread :)
> I want your input on what sip client you like, why, and in your
> opinion, how easy would it be to adapt to the OM platform?
> Take into account portability and libraries.
> Btw asterisk on the moko was my idea, it was for proof of concept and
> fun, really not a soft client. Not what it is meant to do. (even
> though chan_alsa does work :) )
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