Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of SIP-Media-NAT-Traversal-Features


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Jun 10, 2010 8:51:41 AM (10 years ago)
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    55||High Performance||    Thousands of calls can be processed per second on a typical Intel P4/2.4GHz desktop machine. More can be expected with proper server hardware and more or higher processor specs.|| 
    66||Small Footprint, Very Scalable||      Scale down to low profile/embedded/small footprint SIP devices, or scale up to servers with mutlple processors using the same SIP stack source tree.|| 
    7 ||Portable||    32bit, 64bit, big/little endian, any OS.||  
    8 ||Extensive Documentation||     There can never be enough documentation, so we try to provide readers with hundreds of pages worth of documentations (some are generated from the source, some are handwritten documents).|| 
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    11 Target Platforms 
     7||Portable||    32bit, 64bit, big/little endian, realtime, any operating system, or even no operating system.||  
     8||Extensive Documentation||     There can never be enough documentation, so we try to provide readers with hundreds of pages worth of documentation (some are generated from the source, some are handwritten documents).|| 
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     11== Target Platforms == 
    1212Processor       Operating Systems       Status 
    1313alpha   Linux, gcc      Worked once 
     
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    52 Language Bindings 
    53 C       All libraries are written in C. 
    54 C++     There's C++ wrapper for PJLIB (pj++ library), but it's not maintained and probably will be removed in the future. 
    55 Python  The Python binding for PJSUA-LIB has been implemented in 0.5.10 release. The documentation for Python is integrated in PJSUA-API Documentation. 
    56 ActiveX          
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    58 This would open possibility to write SIP User Agents in Visual Basic (VB) or C# .NET. Once we had an experimental ActiveX component for pjsua-lib, but the development has been cancelled. Please see the projects page for open source project that wraps PJSIP as .NET component. 
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    60 (If you'd like to download the old code, get the revision 492 of pjproject trunk. The ActiveX source code is in pjsip-apps/src/activex-pjsua directory). 
     52== Language Bindings == 
     53||C ||  All libraries are written in C. 
     54||Python ||     The Python binding for PJSUA-LIB has been implemented in 0.5.10 release. The documentation for Python is integrated in PJSUA-API Documentation. 
     55||C# || SipekSDK is an implementation by pjsip community member Sasa Coh. 
     56||Java|| Several exists by community members, for example . 
     57||C++||         There's C++ wrapper for PJLIB (pj++ library), but it's not maintained and probably will be removed in the future. 
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