[pjsip] Buddy status text

Benny Prijono bennylp at pjsip.org
Tue Sep 11 04:52:17 EDT 2007


I've just tried this on a semi-fresh installation of CentOS and it 
looks to be working fine. And the configs look fine too. Does 
anybody else have the same problem?

  -benny

Gideon Klompje wrote:
> OK, without trying to make a monkey of myself, I get the following:
> # svn co http://svn.pjsip.org/repos/pjproject/trunk pjproject
> svn: REPORT request failed on '/repos/!svn/vcc/default'
> svn: REPORT of '/repos/!svn/vcc/default': 403 Forbidden
> (http://svn.pjsip.org)
> 
> I'm using SVN "1.4.3dfsg1-1ubuntu1", but I get the same error in Windows
> land (TortoiseSVN 1.4.4.9706 32-bit).  Please advise...
> 
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: pjsip-bounces at lists.pjsip.org
> [mailto:pjsip-bounces at lists.pjsip.org] On Behalf Of Benny Prijono
> Sent: 10 September 2007 07:25 PM
> To: pjsip at pjsip.org
> Subject: Re: [pjsip] Buddy status text
> 
> Gideon Klompje wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Please note that I sent this e-mail earlier (2007-09-03 subject:
> "Buddy 
>> status"), but that was while the mailing list was having problems, so 
>> I'm not sure it reached the list.  Apologies...
> 
> The apology is ours. We apologize for all the mess with the list in 
> the past couple of weeks.
> 
>> I've been playing around with PJSIP for about 2 days now (mainly using
> 
>> py_pjsua), and I have a question about the way buddy status is
> handled.  
>> I've noticed that the fields buddy_info.status and 
>> buddy_info.status_text only give you one the following (from "enum 
>> pjsua_buddy_status { PJSUA_BUDDY_STATUS UNKNOWN, 
>> PJSUA_BUDDY_STATUS_ONLINE, PJSUA_BUDDY_STATUS_OFFLINE}"):
>>
>> 0 = Unknown
>> 1 = Online
>> 2 = Offline
>>
>> This is neat and all, but I was wondering whether a more detailed
> status 
>> is available.  For example, if I'm monitoring an IP phone connected to
> 
>> an Asterisk PBX, I'd like to know whether the phone (buddy) is "On the
> 
>> phone" (busy) or "Idle" (ready to take a call).  I noticed that the
> SIP 
>> packets contain some XML that contains this information, but the 
>> struct/object "buddy_info" does not contain it.
> 
> The most recent pjsip in SVN trunk (r1430) contains some support for 
> specifying and receiving custom presence status text in the NOTIFY 
> and PUBLISH requests. I've just updated the Python module to support 
> this feature.
> 
> This feature implements subset of RPID XML presence data format. For 
> setting custom presence status text, one has to use the new 
> pjsua_acc_set_online_status2() instead of the usual 
> pjsua_acc_set_online_status().
> 
> When pjsip/PJSUA-LIB receives incoming NOTIFY, it will check for 
> this custom presence status text, and if it's present it will set 
> the pjsua_buddy_info's status_text to this string. If this custom 
> status is not present, then status_text will be just "Online" or 
> "Offline".
> 
>> PS - I spent some time modifying py_pjsua.c to export the field "buf_"
> 
>> (not available in the Python object for some reason) in the hope that
> it 
>> might contain what I'm looking for, but my observations seem to show 
>> that it only contains the "contact" string at the time when my 
>> on_buddy_state_changed(buddy_id) equivalent is called (either that or
> my 
>> implementation is dodge).  Btw, I'm using v0.5.10.4.  Instead of
> hacking 
>> at the source code all day, I came to my senses and posted this mail.
> 
> The buf_ field was really not supposed to be there at all, and it 
> has been removed. And sorry for the late reply, I hope by now you've 
> had more than enough time to hack pjsip's source code all day. ;)
> 
>   -benny
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