[Asterisk-Dev] Autoconf support -- testers needed
chrisalbertson90278 at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 7 18:37:55 MST 2003
I was going to do this job myself. So BIG thanks. I did
convert vovida.org's public STUN code to use autotools/libtools
and it should by now be in thier CVS. It was surprizingly
hard to find testers so I'll make certain to try your
stuff on some of my machines
I have access to Various Solaris boxes (SPARC and Intel)
with variuos version numbers and compilers. I can do it
Where you able to remove all the "if linux, if bsd..." stuff
out of the Makefile? What about testing for things like
"3dnow" and so on? I'll look
If you don't hear from me, bug me off list (without the [Asterisk-Dev]
in subject.) I see off-list email quicker.
--- William Waites <asterisk at lists.styx.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> I have integrated GNU autoconf, automake and libtool support
> into Asterisk based on recent CVS.
> It is not quite finished yet, but is mostly there. What is
> missing is particularly detection of OpenH323, for which there
> are stubs in the configure.ac, as well as some more esoteric
> features like VPB, which I don't know how to check for.
> (that's what those FIXME messages in the configure output
> I have tested the configure and build under Debian GNU/Linux,
> FreeBSD and OpenBSD. NetBSD should work as well but you must
> be running -current to have kernel threads -- it will NOT
> work on 1.6.1.
> If you would like to try this out, please do and tell me
> what happens. All feedback is greatly appreciated.
> I would particularly like to know how well it does on any
> Solaris, IRIX and HP-UX boxes that might be floating around.
> The UNOFFICIAL tarballs are:
> the difference being that the latter also includes the SIP+NAT
> patch, the syslog logging patch and the distinctive ring patch.
> Again, feedback is appreciated.
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