[pjsip] Best deployment for a new audio driver

Mathieu Monney zittix_all at xwaves.net
Thu May 15 05:10:13 EDT 2008


Ok and what is the "alternate license" ? I can't find it on the pjsip 
website.

Cheers,

Mathieu

Benny Prijono a écrit :
> On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Mathieu Monney <zittix_all at xwaves.net> wrote:
>   
>> Hi,
>>
>>  As I said in my previous message I'm currently developing a Gstreamer
>>  back.end for PJSIP which is working quite fine now. I am wondering how
>>  is the best configuration option form y driver. For now I have put a
>>  --enable-gstreamer option in the autoconf script which disable all other
>>  audio backend and enable my own one. Is it a good idea ?
>>     
>
> I guess it depends on whether your patch will make it to our repository. :)
> There is a bit of paperwork needed to allow non-trivial patches to be
> stored in our repository (basically we need you permission to allow
> distributing the contributed code under both GPL and our alternative
> license), and I understand that this may not something that you wish
> to do. But if you do, then definitely this is the easiest option for
> users.
>
> If we can't do that, we have this open ticket
> (http://trac.pjsip.org/repos/ticket/463) which should allow
> application to link with it's own sound device implementation without
> patching pjmedia. Unfortunately I haven't had time to implement this
> yet.
>
>   
>> And finally is
>>  my driver is interesting someone ?
>>  The major improvement of my driver to PJSIP is to enable its port to the
>>  Nokia Maemo platform.
>>     
>
> That sounds very interesting indeed! Maemo has been on my play list
> for some time.
>
>
>   
>>  I have another question about the current stability of the SVN version.
>>  Is it reasonable to use it in a project that should be stable ?
>>
>>     
>
> At this minute, probably no. I still have a large chunks of
> uncommitted patches to pjnath, so there will be some major changes in
> the next couple of weeks. But if you're developing a project which
> should be stable in a month or so, then probably the SVN version is
> the best option since it will be stable in few weeks time (fingers
> crossed!).
>
> Cheers
>  benny
>
>
>   
>>  Thank you.
>>
>>  Mathieu
>>
>>     
>
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