[Freeswitch-users] questions about modules.conf
krice at freeswitch.org
Tue Feb 14 03:01:10 MSK 2012
This tells me you didn't look at bootstrap.sh to figure out whats happening
You should really look at the file its a simple shell script...
On 2/13/12 5:08 PM, "Josh" <mojo1736 at privatedemail.net> wrote:
>> Modules.conf is generated at bootstrap time from modules.conf.in
>> The modules that are endabled by default should build if you installed the
>> pre-reqs as defined on the wiki page you reference... Commented out modules
>> either require additional dependancies or are just not needed in the stock
>> example configs....
> In other words, the modules included in that file are pre-defined in
> advance - sort of minimum common denominator/setup, right?
> For example, if I already have the ZRTP libraries installed on the build
> machine, does bootstrap.sh enable this module after "finding out" that I
> do have this library present or is it just using modules.conf.in as a
> base and then copies it as modules.conf (I haven't actually looked at
> modules.conf.in yet, so don't know what it actually contains).
>> You don't need to check out the freeswitch-sample-configs.git tree at all...
>> What you need is in the main freeswitch.git tree
> Do I need to fetch freeswitch-contrib.git and if so, where do I place it
> - the main FS tree or somewhere separate? If I place it in the core tree
> does bootstrap.sh picks up the additions in that tree and adjusts the
> make process to account for these additions? Also, would that affect
> what is included/not included/enabled/not enabled in modules.conf? Thanks!
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