[Freeswitch-users] Weekly Binaries for Windows are available
pjintheusa at gmail.com
Fri Oct 29 11:14:17 PDT 2010
Jeffrey - I am confused? Why should it matter what dev env Jeff used if he
is providing an MSI installable build? Surely you can do the same with
VS2008 if that is what you prefer to use? The sln is there.
I am not knocking you here. I am genuinely interested in why if makes a
Thanks Jeff for your efforts. These are very helpful.
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 1:47 PM, Jeffrey Leung <curriegrad2004 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Thanks for releasing these builds of FreeSwitch under this new MSI
> based installer. However, I'd like to know why VS2010 is used for the
> weekly builds instead of VS2008 SP1. At the moment, VS2008 seems more
> stable and mature than VS2010, in my opinion.
> On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 9:22 AM, Jeff Lenk <jeff at jefflenk.com> wrote:
> > These evaluation binaries are built with VS2010(release mode) and are
> > packaged in a MSI for easy distribution and installation. They are
> > in both X86 and X64 versions and install a base version of FreeSWITCH
> > including all default modules along with 8Khz sounds.
> > mod_managed can be used also but you will need to install the DotNet 4
> > Framework -
> > Then enable the module in modules.conf.
> > NOTICE!! Make sure if you install a newer version of the MSI you create
> > backup copies of your /conf folder so you dont lose any configuration
> > settings.
> > New versions of the MSI will be available every week at approx 2am(GMT-6)
> > Sunday morning barring any unforeseen problems.
> > http://files.freeswitch.org/windows/installer/
> > The MSI will install v9 of the MSCRT libraries to your computer but
> > otherwise makes no modifications other than placing files in your program
> > files\FreeSWITCH folder and adding a "FreeSWITCH" menu entry in your
> > menu.
> > This is a work in progress and will have frequent modifications if needed
> > correct any problems.
> > You can also download and build the source code for yourself here.
> > Please enjoy and give feedback!
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