Le 21/12/2010 15:48, Eugen Dedu a écrit :
On 17/12/10 16:08, Thierry Simonnet wrote:
I also tried to compile it. I use prebuild package from
Le 17/12/2010 13:04, Eugen Dedu a écrit :
On 16/12/10 08:00, Thierry Simonnet
I am out of my office this week. I will make a usable patch. I
On 12/15/2010 02:00 PM, Thierry
Le 15/12/2010 10:27, Eugen Dedu a
Here is Makefile I use, based on ekiga/win32 one. It differs
On 15/12/10 07:04, Thierry
Le 14/12/2010 10:29, Eugen Dedu
a écrit :
On 14/12/10 07:52, Julien
didn't have time to add LOUDMOUTH yet.
Le 13/12/2010 21:29, Eugen
Dedu a écrit :
On 13/12/10 19:00, Thierry
No more LOUDMOUTH ?
It has never been in. Julien, should it be built
in Windows port?
Well, it is experimental, but as far as I know it
you test in-depth something nobody ever tries? Or
perhaps I should
an "EXPERIMENTAL" tag somewhere?
Ok, then we will add it. Thiery, could you send us a
to use Loudmouth?
LOUDMOUTH modification is inside.
To use it, it is necessary to add :
* --enable-loudmouth in confekiga
* setup LOUDMOUTH_CFLAGS = -I ..../win32/include
* setup LOUDMOUTH_LIBS = ..../win32/loudmouth/lib
Hope it helps
It helps, but it is better if you give a good patch :o) Also,
- use http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/loudmouth/1.4/ to
download loudmouth instead of cp (!)
- what are LOUDMOUTH_CFLAGS and LOUDMOUTH_LIBS useful for? I
loudmouth is not compiled in fact
Could you do it?
packaged loudmouth to avois compiling. I you prefer I will do a
Environnement variables overrides bad pkgconfig ones.
Win pre-built package of loudmouth is not available on Internet
(anymore). I tried compiling it, but there is a compilation
error, because arpa/nameser.h is not found. For reference, I
attach the patch I have used. As a consequence, loudmouth is not
included in Windows pre-built binary of ekiga.
Package is available at
Patch is not finished yet
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