[sip-comm-dev] Customizing and reducing SIP-Communicator


#1

Hi,
I am currently working on an academy project and I have very much liked
SIP-Communicator.
What I would like to achieve is to customize sip-communicator, remove all
the functionality regarding ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk and leave only SIP as
the supported protocol.

Since SIP-Communicator is based on Felix this should be quite easy to
achieve. Do you think this is feasible? Could you give me some guidelines
where to start from?

Best Regards,
Kiril

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#2

I answered a similar question here before so be sure to check the dev
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2009/7/10 thebravoman <thebravoman@gmail.com>:

Hi,
I am currently working on an academy project and I have very much liked
SIP-Communicator.
What I would like to achieve is to customize sip-communicator, remove all
the functionality regarding ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk and leave only SIP as
the supported protocol.

Since SIP-Communicator is based on Felix this should be quite easy to
achieve. Do you think this is feasible? Could you give me some guidelines
where to start from?

Best Regards,
Kiril

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#3

Thanks.
I have managed to reduce SIP-communicator. It was quite straigthforward by
only changing build.xml and felix.client.run.properties.

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2009/7/11 Lubomir Marinov <lubomir.marinov@gmail.com>

I answered a similar question here before so be sure to check the dev
mailing list archive.

2009/7/10 thebravoman <thebravoman@gmail.com>:
> Hi,
> I am currently working on an academy project and I have very much liked
> SIP-Communicator.
> What I would like to achieve is to customize sip-communicator, remove all
> the functionality regarding ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk and leave only SIP
as
> the supported protocol.
>
> Since SIP-Communicator is based on Felix this should be quite easy to
> achieve. Do you think this is feasible? Could you give me some guidelines
> where to start from?
>
> Best Regards,
> Kiril
>
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> be prepared

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