|Subject:||Re: Query on using FSM as library|
|Date:||Wed, 30 Dec 2020 09:05:32 -0500|
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Indeed, although it might be overkill depending on what you are
trying to do, I would highly suggest looking at eXosip2, as it
already does that, and so much more, too. I use eXosip2 in all of
my C++ sip projects. Recently I have taken to writing a short C++
wrapper to automate things like eXosip context locks and to make
it easier to send eXosip event messages over threads in my code,
modeled somewhat loosely on the ZeroMQ C++ wrappers.
You can check the eXoSIP2
On Tuesday, December 29, 2020, 04:30:00 p.m. EST, Kumar, Puneet (Puneet) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Our C++ application code link itself to osip library using “-losip2” & “-losipparser2”
I have been using osipparser2 for parsing & building the SIP messages.
Now I want to integrate OSIP State machine to implement Transaction Management.
Do you have any reference/example of how I can use the osip2 library FSM?
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