[Freeswitch-users] Looking for libesl, headers, etc.
Antony.Stone at freeswitch.open.source.it
Tue Nov 9 14:51:18 UTC 2021
On Monday 08 November 2021 at 22:38:41, Telium Technical Support wrote:
> I built a Debian 9 based FreeSwitch+FusionPBX from packages. I now want to
> create a simple C++ program talking to FS using the ESL.
Why are you building a Debian 9 system? Debian 11 is the current stable
release; security support for Debian 9 ended in July 202, and long-term
support will end in June 2022.
> I can't find libesl on the system, nor header files. Is this available as
> a separate download package? Do I have to DL the whole FS source,
> compile, and pull that out?
According to the documentation at
(libesl) is a C library that has no dependencies on FreeSWITCH, and it can be
built, and moved to client/remote machines."
Therefore I would expect you to be able to build it directly from
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