Anyone have a cookbook or even clues on how to:
1. download the libjitsi source tree to a Windows environment and import
the project into Eclipse?
2. build the library using Apache Ant and/or Maven in the Eclipse
environment (Mars release)?
3. Run/debug Jitsi client using the updated libjitsi (I have a need to
tinker with some low-level socket handling to test/demo something I'm
working on for a client).
I tried creating a new Maven project in Eclipse and importing the source,
and as an alternative, creating a Java project, importing the source, and
using the Eclipse Project->Configure->Convert to Maven.
I can follow up with specific problems with the build attempts, but I
suspect I just do not have the project set up right in Eclipse. Best I've
gotten is a small libjitsi.jar that was missing most of the classes, and
Jitsi would not run.
Appreciate any pointers, including a pointer to the right forum if this is
not the place for this discussion