about RTP_BIT_TYPE in config.h

Asked by qingbaibai on 2011-11-29

hello,

When I read the code of rohc-1.3.1, I can't find the config.h . And I am not sure about the configuration of RTP_BIT_TYPE. Thank you.

Regards,
qingbaibai

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Hello,

The config.h file is generated by the configure script. The RTP_BIT_TYPE variable is controlled by the --enable-rtp-bit-type / --disable-rtp-bit-type options of the configure script.

Regards,
Didier

qingbaibai (sunqing-cztz) said : #2

hello,
I'm new in linux system and I have to test the rohc-1.3.1 in windows(32). Can you explain the process of generating configure.h in detail. Thank you.
Regards,qingbaibai

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> The config.h file is generated by the configure script. The RTP_BIT_TYPE
> variable is controlled by the --enable-rtp-bit-type / --disable-rtp-bit-
> type options of the configure script.
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> Regards,
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Hello,

The config.h file is generated by the configure script. See FAQ #635 for installation instructions on Unix-like systems.

Building the library on Windows is not described in this FAQ. It could probably be achieved with tools such as Cygwin or mingw. You might probably find some tutorials for these tools on the web. Someone tried with Cygwin some time ago and reported some build errors (see bug #813128) to me. I did not analyze the problem yet, so it is probably still present.

I never tried to build the library on Windows myself, so I have no experience to share. However I may probably help you fixing some errors if you report them.

Regards,
Didier

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