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Re: [Ccrtp-devel] dccp

From: Patrick Schreiner
Subject: Re: [Ccrtp-devel] dccp
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 14:14:49 +0200
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Hi Leandro,

first of all thank you very much for extending cc++ with DCCP. This is going to save me a lot of work and desperation. Do you think you could send me these patches so I could try merging them with the main project?


Zitat von Leandro Sales <address@hidden>:

Hi Patrick,
  We from the Federal University of Campina Grande has provided
support for dccp in commoncpp. We have also provided support for
ccrtp, but the code wasn't (still) merged in the mainline of the
project. We've submitted the patches to the ccrtp guys, but after they
confirm they received the patches, until this moment, they didn't
confirm the merge, probably they are busy.


On 10/19/09, Patrick Schreiner
<address@hidden> wrote:
Hi @all,

my name is Patrick Schreiner and I am a student at the university of
I'm trying to give proof of concept for a VoIP client which can adapt
to net bandwidth and adjust the algorithmic delay used by its codec.
Since common c++ supports DCCP sockets since version 1.7.1 I wanted to
ask if anyone has already extended ccRTP to also support DCCP. Or if
no one has done that yet, if anyone could give me a little jump-start.
My understandig up to now is, that I would have to extend the
channel.h by the class RTPBaseDCCPIPv4Socket. But how would have  a
DualRTPChannel class for DCCP to look like? I'll appreciate any help
you can give me.

Thanks in advance,
Patrick Schreiner

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Leandro Melo de Sales
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