Thank you, I have found that now.
However, that too still seems to be full of depreciated function errors.
I also noted that much of the documentation that was available 2 weeks ago is gone (such as the Basic Call samples). Is this some part of updating them?
Much of the API documentation on the wiki also seems to be dead links (ie the Documentation/Tutorials section in the Linux page).
From: Peio Rigaux [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 10, 2020 01:12
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Trevor Nicklason
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] SDK Sample Program
The auto_answer source code is located in the liblinphone submodule, in tools/auto_answer.c
Junior Software Engineer
Belledonne Communications, the company behind Linphone
Le 09/09/2020 à 00:18, Trevor Nicklason a écrit :
In the Windows version of the liblinphone-SDK, I see a sample program compiled as ‘lp-auto-answer.exe’
I am trying to work with Windows Desktop (not UWP) in native (not managed) C++.
Is there anywhere we can see the source or compile altered versions of this program? I can’t find it anywhere in the git repository.
Currently all of the Basic call samples refer to depreciated function calls (supposedly depreciated in 2017 according to the header).
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