Spec URL: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Hubbitus/Fedora-packaging/master/SPECS/python-sipsimple.spec
SRPM URL: http://hubbitus.info/rpm/Fedora20/python-sipsimple/python-sipsimple-1.4.1-1.fc20.src.rpm
Description: SIP SIMPLE client SDK is a Software Development Kit for easy development
of SIP multimedia end-points with features beyond VoIP like Session based
Instant Messaging, File Transfers, Desktop Sharing and Presence. Other
media types can be easily added by using an extensible high-level API.
The SDK consists of several low-level components, Unix command
line clients, a GUI client (Blink) and a server application (SylkServer).
Fedora Account System Username: Hubbitus
Unfortunately it bundles pjsip, so we need wait pjproject package also.
Upstream bugreport: http://sipsimpleclient.ag-projects.com/issues/2661
Any progress here?
I am trying to package this also, and stumbled upon this review request...
Bundled pjsip in SIP Simple 3.1.1 seems to depend on ffmpeg, but ffmpeg is available only from rpmfusion.
> * ffmpeg (libavformat, libswscale, libavcodec, libavutil) (>= 2.7)
> * libx264 (recent snapshot)
Not sure about libx264, it compiled fine without it and I think I did not install it, unless it got pulled somehow as a dependency.
pjproject however doesn't seems to depend on ffmpeg libraries, not sure why.
- Do you think we would have any legal issues in Fedora because of that?
- Is bundled pjsip somehow modified to require this libraries?
The difference is that at least aconfigure.ac script have been modified to require ffmpeg libraries, and by the looks of it, some other things as well. So unbundling pjsip seems to not be an option.