[Freeswitch-dev] WIN32 fax2email

UV uv at talknet.com.au
Mon Jul 28 12:18:42 EDT 2008

I’ve used spandsp-0.0.5pre4 (17/06/2008), so I’m sure anything after that
will be easy to integrate with. I can take care of that.


I seems like socket2me terminates the server socket once a fax is coming and
I’m not clear of when this socket is re-established. Needless to say I don’t
understand socket2me, but I’ll appreciate if someone that does can assist.


Having socket2me multithreaded sounds like the way to go. A mod_socket2me
would be even better. A mod_fax2email would be ideal… but so can



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in unix it is forking to handle additional connections.. we will either need
to make this threaded or if possible just spawn a new process for each fax.
In regards to spandsp, we should be using the latest snapshot from
http://www.soft-switch.org/downloads/snapshots/spandsp/ .  99% of that is
ported except we need to add a couple projects for code generators.




On Jul 28, 2008, at 11:52 AM, UV wrote:

I’ve got 99% of the entire fax2email package ported to Win32 including:

zlib 1.2.3


libtiff (tiff-3.8.2)

libport (tiff-3.8.2 port)

tiff2pdf (tiff-3.8.2 tools)



However, although I got socket2me to compile and run under win32, I’m don’t
think it was done properly, primarily due to my misunderstanding of the
fork() purpose.


I’d appreciate if anyone can give me help with this last step (which,
obviously, will be shared).


I think a Win32 port of the fax2email capability would make a nice addition.


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