Commit f6239618 authored by jehan's avatar jehan
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......@@ -7,6 +7,7 @@ linphone-3.3.0 -- ?????????
* new tabbed ui
* be nat friendly using OPTIONS request and using received,rport from
* use stun guessed ports even if symmetric is detected (works with freeboxes)
* improve bitrate usage of speex codec
* allow speex to run with vbr (variable bit rate) mode
* add speex/32000 (ultra wide band speex codec)
dnl Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script.
dnl Source packaging numbers
......@@ -28,6 +28,49 @@
* @verbinclude COPYING
* @defgroup tutorial_liblinphone Tutorial: Placing and receiving calls with liblinphone
<H1>Initialize liblinphone</H1>
The first thing to do is to initialize the library passing it a set of callbacks functions to receive
various notifications: incoming calls, progress of calls etc...
These callbacks are all grouped in the LinphoneCoreVTable structure.
All are optionnals (use NULL if you don't need them).
The following code shows how initialize liblinphone:
##include <linphonecore.h>
//callback function for notification of incoming calls
static void on_invite_recv(LinphoneCore *lc, const char *from){
printf("Receiving a call from %s\n",from);
//callback function for notification end of calls (by remote)
static void on_bye_recv(LinphoneCore *lc, const char *from){
printf("Remote end hangup\n");
static void on_display_status(LinphoneCore *lc, const char *msg){
int main(int argc, char *argv[]){
LinphoneCoreVTable vtable;
* @defgroup initializing Initialization and destruction
......@@ -567,7 +567,8 @@ void linphone_core_run_stun_tests(LinphoneCore *lc, LinphoneCall *call){
if (ac->addr[0]!='\0' && vc->addr[0]!='\0' && strcmp(ac->addr,vc->addr)==0){
if ((ac->addr[0]!='\0' && vc->addr[0]!='\0' && strcmp(ac->addr,vc->addr)==0)
|| sock2==-1){
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Subproject commit 0ca839b53751c4b687535bcfae747273f3dd0c44
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