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Re: Packaging pjproject

From: Jan
Subject: Re: Packaging pjproject
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 2020 23:27:26 +0100

On Sun, 2 Feb 2020 20:42:49 +0200
Efraim Flashner <address@hidden> wrote:
> Debian does a lot of work with unbundling software, I'd check with
> them first if they've patched anything to make it work.

Checked Debian and it doesn't look good.
They removed pjproject from Buster.

"- pjsip is a library where a lot of functionality and behaviour is
  selected at compile time using #define statements. Most of these
  define statements alter the ABI due to changing structs, which makes
  it ill-suited as a system wide library to be used by several programs.
  - Consequently, src:ring (now called jami) has always been built
  against an embedded copy and src:asterisk also switched to an
  embedded copy, both tailored to their needs. There are no other
  source packages depending on src:pjproject left"

I picked the worst thing to maintain, didn't I :D
I guess we can remove pjproject then and use only pjproject-jami, but
that doesn't fix the bug. I'll try checking how is pjproject-jami
different from what Jami devs build, but have no clue whatsoever.

Jan Wielkiewicz

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