Commit 329db103 authored by jpbl's avatar jpbl

merging sflphoned and sflphone

parent f9df562b
Jean-Philippe Barrette-LaPierre
(jean-philippe dot barrette-lapierre at savoirfairelinux dot com)
- Autotools support and portions of code
Laurielle LEA (laurielle dot lea at savoirfairelinux dot com)
_ Implementation of SFLphone
Jerome Oufella (jerome dot oufella at savoirfairelinux dot com)
- Many portions of code and bug fixes
Sherry Yang (syangs04 at yahoo dot com)
Imran Akbar (imr at stanford dot edu)
- Working on Win32 port
Yan Morin
(yan dot morin at savoifairelinux dot com)
- zeroconf integration
- sflphoned deamon
- add and improve sip core feature
- tests and debugging
Mikael Magnusson
SFLphoned (0.6.2) / 2005-11-29
* integral mono support
* libsamplerate added for macosx
SFLphoned (0.6.1) / 2005-11-26
* add speex codec (experimental)
* fix for codec handling in sdp and audiortp
* new codec class
* add portaudio missing file
(thanks to Pierre POMES)
* add samplerate and inChannel/outChannel in AudioLayer
we could use microphone in mono and speaker in stereo
SFLphoned/SFLphone (0.6) / 2005-11-04
* improve sip protocol
* can now receive text message
* accept reinvite call
* cleaning headers
* improving bash launcher script
* select audio input and output device
* installation review
SFLphoned/SFLphone (0.5a) / 2005-10-17
* sflphoned
* bug fixes
* sflphone-qt
* client/server protocol
SFLphone (0.4.1-pre2) / 2005-09-30
* rearranged utilspp use
* Bug fix when trying to use more than 6 lines.
* Now, we send a final response to reINVITEs
(thanks to Mikael Magnusson)
* We can build in different build directories.
(thanks to Mikael Magnusson)
* We actualy check if portaudio and eXosip2 libs
are installed
* zeroconf integration start
SFLphone (0.4.1-pre1) / 2005-08-11
* Use libeXosip2
* Add blink notification for voice-message
* Add scrolling text
SFLphone (0.4) / 2005-07-06
* Cleanup code
* Add autotools support
* Handle CANCEL method
* PortAudio replace OSS and ALSA devices choice
* Add PortAudioCpp to make easy use of RingBuffer object for audio callback
* Add PortAudio library to make easy sound portability
* Fix a few memory leak
* Reorganisation of SFLphone architecture
* Handle error messages on screen
* Handle "refused call"
* Notification of remote RINGING event added
* Call management updated
SFLphone (0.3) / 2005-04-05
* ALSA driver support added
* GSM audio codec support added
* Ringtones support (just ulaw format) added
* Notification incoming call added
* Apply skin feature added
* Volume control added
* Registration manually added
* Config-file in home directory changed to ".sflphone"
SFLphone (0.2) / 2005-01-18
* Lines management updated
* Blocking bug fixed
* Configuration tree, made from a config file, added for setup
* Dial tone updated
* Timer call updated
* Apply feature updated
* Non-network or request failure cases updated
SFLphone (0.1a) / 2004-12-22
* First release
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Jean-Philippe Barette-LaPierre (30 April 2005) version 0.4.1-pre1
- Changed the order of initialization of modules, in order to
removed a race condition.
- We can build in different build directories.
(thanks to Mikael Magnusson)
- We actualy check if portaudio and eXosip2 libs
are installed. (thanks to Mikael Magnusson)
- zeroconf integration start
Jean-Philippe Barette-LaPierre (30 April 2005) version 0.4.1-pre1
- Now, we send a final response to reINVITEs
(thanks to Mikael Magnusson)
Jean-Philippe Barette-LaPierre (29 April 2005) version 0.4.1-pre1
- Bug fix when trying to use more than 6 lines.
Jean-Philippe Barette-LaPierre (20 August 2005) version 0.4.1-pre1
- Manager has now a LifetimeLibrary policy.
- Utilspp has been rearranged.
Laurielle LEA (10 August 2005) version 0.4
- Add blink notification for voice-message
- Cleanup code
Laurielle LEA (1st August 2005) version 0.4
- Add comments in header files
Laurielle LEA (29 July 2005) version 0.4
- Add scrolling message
Laurielle LEA (27 July 2005) version 0.4
- Migrate from libeXoSIP 0.9.0 to libeXosip2-1.9.1-pre15
Laurielle LEA (21 July 2005) version 0.4
- Change README.
Laurielle LEA (20 July 2005) version 0.4
- Fix mute feature.
- Fix many bugs about line management.
- Add "Compose" item in trayicon menu.
Jean-Philippe Barette-LaPierre (18 July 2005) version 0.4
- Bug fix if error was raised before setGUI.
Laurielle LEA (18 July 2005) version 0.4
- Fix incoming call sound notification.
- Fix transfer if no busy line.
Laurielle LEA (15 July 2005) version 0.4
- Fix configuration init.
Jerome OUFELLA (13 July 2005) version 0.4
- Fix tone.
Jean-Philippe Barette-LaPierre (13 July 2005) version 0.4
- Change "Manager" to a singleton.
Laurielle LEA (13 July 2005) version 0.4
- Fix bug if network is not available.
- Fix apply skin feature.
Laurielle LEA (11 July 2005) version 0.4
- Check functions return.
- Remove unused mute functions.
Laurielle LEA (8 July 2005) version 0.4
- Stop program when error opening skin file.
- Divide toggle() of qtguimainwindow.cpp in small functions.
- Add return test.
Laurielle LEA (7 July 2005) version 0.4
- Cleanup audiortp.cpp.
- Replace #define by global variable in codecDescriptor.cpp.
- Set mutex of ringbuffer in the functions of RingBuffer object.
- Divide run() of audiortp.cpp in 3 small functions.
- Changed device static function in Manager for configurationpanel.ui.h.
- Updated README.
Jean-Philippe Barrette-LaPierre (6 July 2005) version 0.4
- Fixed all autotools problems.
- Updated all autotools scripts to use PortAudioCpp.
Jean-Philippe Barrette-LaPierre (9 June 2005) version 0.4
- Added the autotools support.
Common C++ 2 1.3.20:
ccRTP 1.3.5:
libosip 2.2.1:
if you want zeroconf:
See tools/ for more details
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- sflphoned don't return any result at the second time getcallstatus is called.
- sflphoned don't return a 206 on getcallstatus when one call is ringing.
- unhold should not return an error if it's not holded
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SUBDIRS = include libs src ringtones m4
EXTRA_DIST = tools/*.sh tools/install-sip* debian/* README.cvs CHANGES
all: autotools
cd src/gui/qt && qmake
This is SFLPhoned-0.6 release.
You need
- commoncpp2 >= 1.3.20
- libxml2, libxml2-devel and pkgconfig
- ccrtp >= 1.3.4
- libosip2 >= 2.2.1
See to download required libraries.
Dependencies build instructions:
You can use the builds script in tools directory.
1. Change the default configuration in (~/sflphone) is the prefix
2. ./
3. ./
You can also compile each dependencies, one by one:
1/ For commoncpp2-1.3.21
./configure [option]
make install
2/ For ccrtp-1.3.5
./configure [option]
make install
3/ For libosip2-2.2.1
./configure [option]
make install
How to compile SFLphoned ?
./configure [option]
make install (as root)
( Be sure you have the correct permissions).
How to use it ?
If you have the sflphone 0.3 or 0.4 release, copy the file sflphonerc to sflphonedrc
cp ~/.sflphone/sflphonerc ~/.sflphone/sflphonedrc
If you have an older version, remove your sflphonerc file located in $HOME/.sflphone
1. Install a GUI like sflphone-qt
2. Lauch sflphone interface, a setup window appears.
3. If you do have a SIP account, fill the SIP stuff where related. You can use
STUN too.
4. Save your settings, restart it. You're done.
A user's guide will be available on:
Why does it not compile ?
- You don't have the same library versions as we do.
See in section Downloads.
- You don't have the same compiler (some libraries dislike
some compilers). We are using gcc 4.0.1 on
Fedora Core 4 Linux.
- If error occured while loading shared libraries,
you have to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH with your lib directory.
( example: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/lib:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH} )
- If you don't install dependencies in classic install directories,
you have to export CXXFLAGS.
( example: export CXXFLAGS="-I/opt/include" )
Why does it not work ?
- Portaudio don't detect your sound card because :
* artsd is running
* jackd is running
On 2005/11/22, jack wasn't working with these settings: jackd -d alsa -r 8000
* you use alsa with sflphone and another application, but dmixer isn't configurated
correctly inside ~/.asoundrc or /etc/alsa/alsa.conf
- sflphone refuse to start because it's running
You could have something like: "Exception: could not bind socket"