Commit d94cfea3 authored by Sylvain Berfini's avatar Sylvain Berfini 🎩

Readme/Changelog/ReleaseNotes updated

parent 8edc94b0
02-15-2012:
* C++ API stubbed
* Interface almost finished, some API calls are included
* Background process and agents running depending on the interface status
* Incoming call using push notification
(button is available in setting page to send one to itself)
* Interface designed to be launched on a phone running a Dark theme (for now), Ligth
theme not yet supported.
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The documentation is directly included in the code using Intellisense,
but a .xml file with the C++ API documentation is also generated at the
compilation as Linphone.Core.xml.
The solution is composed of four projects:
* Agents: contains the background agents for the VoIP application
* Core: contains the C++ API wrapper for Linphone Core
* CoreProxyStub: contains only generated files allowing
the Linphone project to make calls to the C++ API
/!\ Do not touch anything in this project!
* Linphone: the interface project
If you have a FileNotFoundException is mscorlib during debug phase,
open DEBUG->Exceptions and uncheck Common Language Runtime Exceptions->System.IO.FileNotFoundException
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......@@ -3,33 +3,12 @@ In order to compile Linphone, you need:
* Visual Studio 11 (2012)
* The Windows Phone 8 SDK
The documentation is directly included in the code using Intellisense,
but a .xml file with the C++ API documentation is also generated at the
compilation as Linphone.Core.xml.
To import the solution, open the Linphone.sln file at the root of the project.
The solution is composed of four projects:
* Agents: contains the background agents for the VoIP application
* Core: contains the C++ API wrapper for Linphone Core
* CoreProxyStub: contains only generated files allowing
the Linphone project to make calls to the C++ API
/!\ Do not touch anything in this project!
* Linphone: the interface project
To compile and run it, plug a windows phone 8 device or choose an emulator
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)
If not, right click on Linphone project and choose the menu "Set as StartUp project".
02-15-2012:
* C++ API stubbed
* Interface almost finished, some API calls are included
* Background process and agents running depending on the interface status
* Incoming call using push notification
(button is available in setting page to send one to itself)
* Interface designed to be launched on a phone running a Dark theme (for now), Ligth
theme not yet supported.
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If not, right click on Linphone project and choose the menu "Set as StartUp project".
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