[Blink] RPM packaging of blink for Fedora and other distros
ag at ag-projects.com
Wed Nov 2 12:49:12 CET 2011
Thank you very much for the efforts you out into analyzing and discovering the problems.
1, 2, 3 and 5 can be solved by us.
4 and 6 depend on libraries and audio functionality developed by third parties like the combination of pjmedia/portaudio//alsa (the cpu usage that happens on some combinations of hardware/software) and libspeex (the echo canceller) and is unclear who, how and when can take care of them. Ideally both these subsystems need to to be replaced by something else.
On Nov 2, 2011, at 12:27 PM, Perazim wrote:
> Status report of rpm packaging:
> Presently I have the following items to resolve:
> 1 - The blink developers need to address the changes in the last version
> of dnspython that broke sipsimple which is a dependency for blink.
> 2 - They also need to resolve some issues introduced with python-2.7.
> 3 - I then need to verify that we can use the fedora python-dns instead
> of the debian dnspython. python-dns really is a rpm repackage of
> 4 - I am seeing a 100% cpu use issue that needs to be resolved.
> 5 - I am also seeing a failure to completely shutdown when closed.
> 6 - I am seeing bad echoing even though the echo suppression is enabled.
> Once these issues are resolved and I have tested against F-14, F-15 and
> F-16, I will publish the rpms in repository form so that they may be
> placed on the blink website. I will also provide the rpm spec files and
> scripts for generating the rpms from tar archives.
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