[SIP SIMPLE client] New SIP SIMPLE client SDK release 0.15.0 / main Blink QT dependency

Adrian Georgescu ag at ag-projects.com
Tue Jun 22 12:05:06 CEST 2010


Hello,

There is a new release for SIP SIMPLE client SDK available, version  
0.15.0. This version incorporates fixes for the bugs discovered at  
SIPIT26 and new features implemented since the previous release.

SIP SIMPLE client SDK is the main dependency of Blink QT due to be  
released in July. If you plan to use Blink on Linux you must first  
check if this library works well on your system. On Linux, sharing the  
audio device between multiple applications can pose problems dependent  
on the type of the audio card installed in the system. Some  
workarounds for them have been described here:

http://sipsimpleclient.com/wiki/SipAudioDeviceSharingLinux

If you could provide feedback about this matter it would be of great  
help for other users.

The changelog follows:

python-sipsimple (0.15.0) unstable; urgency=low

   * Updated documentation
   * Added Acknowledgments section
   * Added support for MSRP Alternative Connection Model
   * Added NAT detector to SIPApplication object
   * Don't fail a DNS lookup if an IP address is provided
   * Made filename argument of start_recording mandatory
   * Added proposed_streams attribute to SIPSessionGotAcceptProposal
   * Hide Route header when sending requests out
   * Fixed adding/removing ports on a bridge after stop was called
   * Improved SIPURI with pickling and matching capabilities
   * Improved hold/unhold cascading in Session
   * Modified WavePlayer and WaveRecorder to allow unicode objects as  
filename
   * Fixed crash when system has no soundcard at all
   * Added ability to select PortAudio revision
   * Fixed use of the Reason header for determining call disconnect  
reason
   * Fixed handling of stream added to conference
   * Only accept IP addresses for the STUN server list
   * Moved MSRP transport setting to the account
   * Fixed ICE support detection
   * Added configuration instructions for audio device sharing in Linux
   * Fixed starting of recording on AudioStream while on hold
   * Fixed MSRP transport used for contacting the relay
   * Fixed error message in SIPProxyAddress configuration data type
   * Modified DNSLookup to not timeout completely if NS queries fail
   * Modified AudioMixer so that it keeps the sound device open on  
MacOSX 10.6
   * Added permanent references to AudioStream to keep pjsip from  
crashing
   * Fixed Bonjour neighbour discovery handling
   * Improved sRTP negotiation capabilities
   * Fixed the build process on MacOSX 10.6
   * Split the installation instructions for Debian and Ubuntu
   * Split the installation instructions for MacOSX 10.5 and 10.6
   * Allow use of cython 0.11.2
   * Fixed handling of missing ACK in Session
   * Fixed dialog rules payload namespace
   * Added pjmedia patch not to close a media stream too fast
   * Allocate thread descriptor from pool in portaudio callback
   * Fixed receiving a BYE without receiving a final response to INVITE

python-msrplib (0.12.0) unstable; urgency=low

   * Fixed build dependency
   * Lower the MSRP connection timeouts to 10 seconds
   * Added support for MSRP Alternate Connection Model

python-xcaplib (1.0.14) unstable; urgency=low

   * Use timestams instead of a Timer to check if cached queries are old
   * Adapt to httplib and socket API changes in Python 2.6

sipclients (0.15.0) unstable; urgency=low

   * Fixed xcap_diff settings name
   * Exit if 489 is received for xcapdiff subscription
   * Reworked xcap-icon options and fixed document selector
   * Fixed dialog-rules auid
   * Added ICE debug to the console output
   * Improved formatting of long configuration values
   * Improved error handling in sip-subscribe-winfo
   * Fixed calls to AudioStream.start_recording
   * Use the builtin NAT detector
   * Avoid error when printing session duration if it failed to start
   * Release reference to session when it ended abnormally


Installation and update instructions are available at:

http://sipsimpleclient.com/wiki/SipInstallation


Kind regards,
Adrian Georgescu





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