[Freeswitch-dev] Antw.: is there any info abount which git tag/ Freeswitch release is stable?

Ken Rice krice at freeswitch.org
Sun May 8 21:20:28 MSD 2011

The Libraries that are included inline with freeswitch are done so for a
reason. Just because there is a similar or later version in debians package
tree does not mean it will work properly with FreeSWITCH. A perfect example
of this is libcurl... While included on many platforms its either broken, or
'fixed' in a way that changes the API and its not compatible w/ FreeSWITCH.

I guys over at sun put out a very good white paper on this subject a couple
of yars ago I wish I could find a link to include with this post.


On 5/8/11 12:04 PM, "Paul Cupis" <paul at cupis.co.uk> wrote:

> On 08/05/11 11:36, Michal Bielicki wrote:
>> Debian dies Not accept packages without versions. Git releases are not
>> accepted
> This is not true. There have been efforts to get FreeSWITCH packages
> inside Debian, but I think the biggest issues are how to built it
> against separately packaged libraries rather than using in-tree libraries.
> http://bugs.debian.org/389591
> Regards,
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