OpenH323 status on Debian and packaging OpenH323+
Santiago Garcia Mantinan
manty at debian.org
Sat Apr 19 09:23:29 UTC 2008
Just to clarify a bit my question, cause I didn't get an answer on that yet,
I was asking why do we have openh323 and openh323-titan, where does this one
> > Now our software which is Yate doesn't work with nither Opal or h323plus
> > because both are unstable or in the best case have serious performance
> > issues.
> h323plus is in unstable?
Tzafrir, she said that they are unstable, not that they are *IN* unstable.
> > The thing that will make my life easier in enterprise installations will
> > be to have 2 PWLib's versions, one for the latest stable OpenH323, and
> > one for Opal as a development branch.
Well, as far as openh323plus goes... they are using libpt version 2 so we
can keep the old one and the new one on the distro, new stuff with
openh323plus can go with the new one (version 2) and old stuff can go with
the classic one (version 1.x).
> > The h323plus is also not stable yet, and they still change kind of a lot
> > of the API.
This has always been the case with openh323 since the very beginning, so
nothing new to me here.
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