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curriegrad2004 curriegrad2004 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 30 05:02:54 MSK 2011

Okay, okay let's tone down on the ridiculing on somebody's work right
now. If Chad is legitimate about his "fork" then he'd show us what
he's done. A code snippet or a sample of what his company has done
will be enough to prove if he's done what he has said to have did to
the FreeSWITCH code.

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 2:14 PM, John <freeswitch at earthspike.net> wrote:
> On 29/10/11 21:10, Jean-Yves F. Barbier wrote:
>> On Sat, 29 Oct 2011 20:25:48 +0200
>> Avi Marcus<avi at avimarcus.net>  wrote:
>> ...
>>> It seems most of the community runs on *nix of some sort, but the folks
>>> that do run on windows do report some very high performance.. I don't know
>>> C, C++, C#/.net to really understand why you made the decision you did to
>>> make these changes, but I believe that was the point of ESL and all the
>>> mod_managed, mod_python, mod_lua, etc were made - to let you use nearly any
>>> language to control what FS is doing, while enabling the core of FS to run
>>> in native C to benefit from a code-base that be the same for any platform.
>>> That's why Michael asked "What did you gain by doing this work?"
>> ...
>> I planned to rewrite it 6502 assembly language, but stepped back because
>> I feared an Apple patent infringing :p
> I've had my 6809 port running for a month now.  First SIP session nearly
> set up!  6502 is likely to see some performance issues. ;)
> John
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