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PJSIP version 1.12 is released

This release contains significant features and bug fixes that we’ve done in the past six months. Highlights of the releaseĀ  include:

In general, we would recommend anyone running 1.10 to upgrade to this version. Please see the download page as usual for more info.

Version 2.0-alpha2 is released

Version 2.0-alpha is released, yay! We planned to put the last API changes in this release, so after this there will be no more API change (fingers crossed!) and we can focus on more testing for the betas.

There is a significant API change in the codec and some important new APIs on this release, please click on the links below for more info:

Also there is a new useful utility called sipecho in the samples. More on that later.

Now, go straight to download page to get the latest release!

Cheers!

PJSIP-2.0-Alpha is Available

The version 2.0 is still some way from the so called release quality, but for those who want to take a sneak preview on what’s going to be available, we just prepared PJSIP-2.0-Alpha for you. It’s available from the download page as usual. There is also a little Video Getting Started wiki to help you get things done quicker. Enjoy.

Version 1.10 is released

PJSIP version 1.10 has just been released! There are several usable enhancements as well as few important bug fixes on this release, for more information please see the Release Notes. As usual, source packages are available from the Download page.

Enjoy!

PJSIP 1.8.10 released with SIP outbound support

PJSIP 1.8.10 is released! As we’re currently busy with other development (namely, video for the upcoming 2.0; more on that later), we didn’t plan to put new features into this release indeed.

But still one new feature is worth mentioning. During our SIPit27 visit, we discovered that there are three proxy implementations that support SIP outbound extension (RFC 5626). We’ve always wanted to implement SIP outbound, because it’s very useful for NAT traversal, and the lack of support in the server side was the only thing that held us back. So this convinced us to write the extension on site, in time for successful participation in SIP outbound multiparty test on the event.

So that is the highlight of this release, namely SIP outbound support and one week worth of heavy QA at SIPit 27. Enjoy!

Version 1.8.5 is released

Version 1.8.5 is released, containing some bug fixes and incremental enhancements from previous releases. Please see the Download page as usual for more info.

 

PJSIP Version 1.8 Adds iPhone iOS4 Background Support

PJSIP version 1.8 has been released which adds iPhone/iPad iOS4 multitasking/background feature support into the library. For more info, please see the Release Notes from the Download page.


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