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libosip2 -- The GNU oSIP library is a low layer SIP implementation. SYNOPSIS
#include <include/osipparser2/osip_const.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_md5.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_list.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_uri.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_message.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_port.h> #include <include/osipparser2/sdp_message.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_headers.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_body.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_rfc3264.h> #include <include/osipparser2/osip_parser.h> -losipparser2 [The uri, SIP and SDP parsers] #include <include/osip2/osip.h> #include <include/osip2/osip_fifo.h> #include <include/osip2/osip_dialog.h> #include <include/osip2/osip_mt.h> #include <include/osip2/osip_condv.h> #include <include/osip2/osip_negotiation.h> //OBSOLETE -losip2 [The SIP transaction and the dialog API] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the libosip2 library. API and Reference Documentation API reference & Doxygen documentation is available for osip at osip general overview. The file help/man/osip.html in the source distribution should give you a nice amount of information about the osip stack. Free software projects -send me your project name- antisip, linphone, bayonne BUGS
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This manual page was written by Aymeric Moizard jack at libosip(1)

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