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Re: [reSIProcate-users] Compiling resiprocate on iOS

Nothing too much special.

I think the biggest thing is iOS special requirements for VoIP applications.
You can't expect iOS will retain TCP/TLS connection in background.

See Apple's doc:

On Fri, Nov 17, 2017 at 3:30 AM, Francesco Lamonica
<alienpenguin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> i am wondering if there is any special care that should be taken when
> compiling for iOS.
> i.e. i see in compat.hxx that there is some code definition enclosed in
> Should that be defined when compiling it?
> Beacuse when i try to link my application to the ios libraries i get an
> undefined symbol errors regarding resip::Data::copy(const char*, unsigned
> long) and resip::Data(const char*, unsigned long)
> with nm i noticed that in librutil.a i can see the symbols for those
> functions defined for unsigned int, NOT long
> So, for some reasons my code when compiling and including resiprocate
> includes UInt32 seems to match unsigned long, but my IDE seems to point to
> unsigned int.
> Can anyone suggest me something?
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