[asterisk-dev] Setting up a development environment for Asterisk
symack at gmail.com
Tue Jan 11 07:55:28 CST 2011
Thank you for your response, vim, emacs... That kind of stuff puts hair on
chest ;). I checked out the code using subclipse, maybe I will try to strip
to the core classes, compile and run it within eclipse, and then keep
code, basically building an eclipse project. Any help would be appreciated.
there any documentation architectural/package/class diagrams etc.., I know
it's a large project, and I have had to do this many time before.
On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 1:57 AM, Tilghman Lesher <tilghman at meg.abyt.es>wrote:
> On Monday 10 January 2011 20:20:59 Nick Khamis wrote:
> > I am looking to develop applications that use Asterisk. I was wondering
> > what everyone is using to develop
> > code for Asterisk. I am familiar with the Eclipse IDE. Does anyone have
> > any experience checking out the code for the
> > repository using subclipse, compiling and running the application? I
> > think this is going to be rather difficult given the
> > size of Asterisk. If you can share your experiences with setting up a
> > developmental environment for Asterisk it would
> > be greatly appreciated.
> Most of the developers use the command line tools directly, along with a
> simple text editor, such as vim, emacs, or, in one case, nano. I am not
> aware of any developer using an IDE for Asterisk development, although
> we also use myriad tools such as gdb, valgrind, and other external tools
> for debugging.
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