[Freeswitch-users] How to create a C++ application (project), that can code FS C code function?
freeswitch at cartissolutions.com
Tue Feb 22 04:45:58 MSK 2011
Once upon a time I wrote the first C++ module that used to be in the
tree. Changes to the core obsoleted the module, but I can tell you that
the process between making an application module is basically setting
your module to compile with the c++ compiler. The only difficulty comes
into play when you want to expose functionality to C code.
Cartis Solutions, Inc. - http://www.cartissolutions.com
On 02/14/2011 03:30 AM, Frankie Yiu wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am new to FreeSwitch and I would like to implement a C++ application
> / mod that would do some analysis of RTP packets. I would like to ask
> what mod I should use as a template to create my C++ project so that I
> can access the core FreeSwitch APIs / functions, since they are in C
> I know under Endpoints, there are 2 MODs that are using C++ code
> (mod_h323 and mod_opal), but I don't know if I should implement the
> same way if I am creating an "application" instead of "endpoints".
> Please kindly let me know if there is any special / required function
> that I need to implemented in C++ code.
> Thanks in advance.
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