[Freeswitch-users] FSClient Release - A FreeSWITCH SIP Client for Windows in .NET

jesse chat2jesse at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 02:15:53 MSK 2011

Can you make it across platform?

- jesse
On Feb 1, 2011 10:42 PM, "Mitch Capper" <mitch.capper at gmail.com> wrote:
> In prep for tomorrows conference I am happy to release FSClient. I would
> like to thank DRK and especially jlenk for their continued support and
> on this project. jlenk created the installer, fixed code, and certainly
> helped bring it along quite a bit faster!
> FSClient is a windows SIP client:
> Most features of any standard sip client
> multiple calls at once
> transfer, holding, speakerphone, DND
> multiple SIP accounts
> advanced headset support (caller id, buttons, etc) for jabra and
> out of the box (with plugin support for easily adding others)
> basic contact book support (with a sample XML contact book plugin
> All codecs (minus commercial g729 support) that freeswitch supports
> Give it a shot and let us know about any issues you run into, overall it
> decently tested for many months but some of the rapid changes as of late
> means there may be some larger bugs that crept in. I will also be on the
> conference call tomorrow and can answer questions there.
> And so to download the binaries:
> http://files.freeswitch.org/windows/installer/x86/FSClient.zip
> There will be a readme in the install dir on usage.
> The source code is available on the contrib git repo mitchcapper/FSClient.
> As for building from source you will need to do a few things to trunk
> currently. In the source folder you need to move mod_portaudio.c to the
> freeswitch\src\mod\endpoints\mod_portaudio folder (
> http://jira.freeswitch.org/browse/FS-3006 are the changes pending trunk).
> In addition move the portaudio.2010.vxcproj over the version in
> freeswitch\libs\portaudio\build\msvc to enable direct X support. Make sure
> you have the WPF Toolkit also installed. Build trunk and then for FSClient
> set the ENV var FREESWITCH_SRC_LOCATION to the src location and it will
> auto-copy the needed files into the build folder.
> History:
> Back in May I wanted a SIP client that supported the Jabra headsets, after
> not finding one that would work as I liked I looked to open source and
> everyone pointed me towards FSComm. FSComm is great, and has a huge amount
> of time poured into it, but the C++/QT base for it was not for me. .NET
> the natural choice due to its rapid development time and stability so I
> there.
> After a few weeks work I had a client that I used for over 6 months and
> fairly stable with relatively minor changes. A few weeks ago on the
> conference call someone mentioned wanting a windows sip client option and
> figured I would offer up my code base. Well getting private code ready for
> public use was a bit more complex than planned but its here now and
> certainly in the past several weeks has had a lot of development.
> ~Mitch
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