[sip-comm-dev] VOTE PLEASE Moving implementation to java 5.


#1

Folks,

In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?

Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.

Thanks

Ranga

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#2

At SIP Communicator we will soon be moving to J1.5 too so this will be
OK for us. Besides, having been 1.4 dependant for a while we have come
to know the powers of retroweaver. Any project keeping J1.4
compatibility would probably be able to continue using jain-sip through
it. In other words:

+1

Emil

M. (Neo-Ranga) Ranganathan wrote:

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Folks,

In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?

Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.

Thanks

Ranga

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#3

Ranga,

You also proposed this 2 years ago, remember? see http://osdir.com/ml/voip.nist-sip/2005-10/msg00002.html

I was in favor then (http://osdir.com/ml/voip.nist-sip/2005-10/msg00010.html)

But now, I vote for Java 6 :slight_smile:

Regards,
Jeroen

M. (Neo-Ranga) Ranganathan wrote:

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Folks,

In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?

Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.

Thanks

Ranga

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#4

Go ahead, it's a nice performance bonus.

Eduardo

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On 10/19/07, M. (Neo-Ranga) Ranganathan <mranga@gmail.com> wrote:

Folks,

In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?

Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.

Thanks

Ranga

--
M. Ranganathan
"There are two ways to write error-free programs; only the third one
works." -- Alan Perlis
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1052

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#5

+1
  Thats great to eliminate concurrent.jar and to be able monitor with jconsole (jmx)
  Tell me if you need any help
   
  Cheers
  Dennis
  
"M. (Neo-Ranga) Ranganathan" <mranga@gmail.com> a �crit :
  Folks,

In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?

Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.

Thanks

Ranga

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works." -- Alan Perlis
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#6

+1

Something tangential from me. Can we have a framework (or call state
machine) ready for community who wants to create application's like 3pcc or
B2B etc.

If you open up 3pcc code, there is a nice state machine that has been coded.
This state machine helps you to create Invite, Ack etc requests and control
the response from UA, create Dialogs etc but is firmly glued to application
code. I see that people will make use of this state machine in future and
could be handy to put up quick applications.

Something of not high priority but can be useful. Thoughts?

Amit.

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On 10/19/07, Eduardo Martins <emmartins@gmail.com> wrote:

Go ahead, it's a nice performance bonus.

Eduardo

On 10/19/07, M. (Neo-Ranga) Ranganathan <mranga@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Folks,
>
> In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
> like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
> refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
> pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
> a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?
>
> Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.
>
> Thanks
>
> Ranga
>
> --
> M. Ranganathan
> "There are two ways to write error-free programs; only the third one
> works." -- Alan Perlis
> http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1052
>
> >
>

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#7

+1 if it will work on windows too (JMF)

Cheers


#8

+1
  Dennis
  
Amit Bhayani <amit.bhayani@gmail.com> a �crit :
  +1

Something tangential from me. Can we have a framework (or call state machine) ready for community who wants to create application's like 3pcc or B2B etc.

If you open up 3pcc code, there is a nice state machine that has been coded. This state machine helps you to create Invite, Ack etc requests and control the response from UA, create Dialogs etc but is firmly glued to application code. I see that people will make use of this state machine in future and could be handy to put up quick applications.

Something of not high priority but can be useful. Thoughts?

Amit.

Go ahead, it's a nice performance bonus.

Eduardo

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On 10/19/07, Eduardo Martins < emmartins@gmail.com> wrote:

On 10/19/07, M. (Neo-Ranga) Ranganathan <mranga@gmail.com> wrote:

Folks,

In the interest of better aligning with the sip servlet spec, I would
like to move the jain-sip implementation to java5 in a few places and
refactor some of the implementation objects. This will also have the
pleasant effect of eliminating concurrent.jar and may speed things up
a bit. Does anybody care if I do that?

Please cast your vote by replying to this mail.

Thanks

Ranga

--
M. Ranganathan
"There are two ways to write error-free programs; only the third one
works." -- Alan Perlis
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=1052

>

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