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In order to compile Linphone, you need:
* A computer with Windows 8 (Pro if you want to use the emulator)
* Visual Studio 11 (2012)
* The Windows Phone 8 SDK

To import the solution, open the Linphone.sln file at the root of the project.

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To compile and run it, plug a windows phone 8 device or choose an emulator 
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and run the build/install (using F5 or the green triangle). The app will start
automatically once built.

/!\ Please check the Linphone project in the solution is set as startup project.
(The startup project is in bold in the project list)
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If not, right click on Linphone project and choose the menu "Set as StartUp project".

See README.txt file for an explanation about how the project is working.

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03-29-2013:
* Outgoing calls are working
* Incoming calls are working when the app is in foreground
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* The only codec available for now is PCMU/8000
* Only UDP is supported as transport at the moment
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* Can go to background when a call is running without killing the app
* History is displaying all calls logs correctly until reboot (no persistence yet)
* Call can be paused/resumed (from other side only for now, crash if trying to do from wp) 
* Speaker and mute are working 
* Can register sip account from settings

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03-01-2013:
* Improved stubs to mimic liblinphone behavior (registration states, call states, global states) amd fake call logs
* Can simulate incoming/outcoing calls 

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02-15-2013:
* Liblinphone documented C++/Cx wrapper directly usable in C#
* Part of the graphical interface (call related interface not working)