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* See [[Quick_Windows_Git_Installation]] and then see [[Quick_Windows_Git_Clone_Checkout]]
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=== Becoming a contributor ===
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Did you find a bug and would like to help fix it?  See our guide to [[Contributing]], everybody is welcome to participate.

Revision as of 02:46, 18 September 2014

Using reSIProcate as a library

  • On Linux, the quickest way to start may be using the packages on Debian, Ubuntu or Fedora
    • The dev/devel packages will install all the necessary headers for you.
  • If you need the latest code, if you are working on a platform without packages like Windows, see the instructions at the bottom

Customizing the repro SIP proxy

  • You may be able to make your changes in a plugin using C or Python
  • If you need the latest code or you want to make changes that can't be implemented as part of a plugin, see the instructions underneath

Build from source tarball

$ wget http://www.resiprocate.org/files/pub/reSIProcate/releases/resiprocate-${VERSION}.tar.gz
$ tar xzf resiprocate-${VERSION}.tar.gz
$ cd resiprocate-${VERSION}
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make check

Building code from the repository

  • Note that working with the repository, you may need to run the autoreconf tool. That is not necessary when working with a release tarball.

Linux / command line users

$ git clone https://github.com/resiprocate/resiprocate
$ cd resiprocate
$ autoreconf -fi
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make check

Windows users

Becoming a contributor

Did you find a bug and would like to help fix it? See our guide to Contributing, everybody is welcome to participate.