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Re: [Linphone-developers] echocancellation and echocancelation - what's
Re: [Linphone-developers] echocancellation and echocancelation - what's the difference?
Wed, 24 Aug 2011 22:13:01 -0400
Appreciate your reply (and the humor at the end :))
I tried to hardcode echo-cancellation and see if there was any difference in the audio.
Specifically, in the linphone library,
// Anil 08-24-2011
I had no audio.
then I realised that this was the wrong spelling and searched for linphone_core_enable_echo_cancellation // note the 'll'
but did not find it. Do I have the wrong method to modify?
From: Simon MORLAT on behalf of Simon Morlat
Sent: Wed 8/24/2011 4:35 AM
Cc: Philip Anil-QBW348
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] echocancellation and echocancelation - what's the difference?
No it is the same parameter, but in order to keep backward compatibility
when reading a config file, the old (incorrect name) was kept for some time.
In git version the incorrect speling where droped completely.
On 21/08/2011 05:03, Philip Anil-QBW348 wrote:
> Is this a bug in the configuration of linphone-linux?
> I see echocancellation and echocancelation in the source code.
> Are they two separate params?
> linphonecore.c line 439 sound_config_read() echocancellation
> linphone_core_enable_echo_cancellation() echocancellation
> linphone_core_enable_echo_cancelation() echocancelation // note !!!
> In ~/.linphonerc the config param is echocancellation only
> The correct english spelling is echocancellation.
> In linphone-android, I see only echocancellation.
> Can anyone clarify?
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