Release Notes: 24 tickets from 1.0 were closed in this release.
Release Notes: This release fixes several build problems on Mingw32, Visual Studio 6, and Windows Mobile platforms, as well as link errors when PJLIB is built as a DLL.
Release Notes: This release focuses on fixing bugs to make the libraries more stable for the upcoming 1.0 release. Some areas where bugs have been fixed include tone generator issues, SIP forking issues, and unexpected SIP message flow causes an assertion or crash.
Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs in the previous release candidate 1, such as an error in building the Python module, an error in adding a new buddy in the incoming SUBSCRIBE callback, not enough buffer for the RTCP SDES packet when a very low bitrate codec is being used, and an assertion in ICE when the endpoint is not behind NAT.
Release Notes: This is an interim release, intended to mark the end of feature development in the trunk to achieve a stable release for version 1.0. It contains many new features, including a new Python SIP API, integration with the Nokia Audio Proxy Server (APS) API to achieve lower latency on Nokia S60-based mobile phones, and integration with the Intel IPP library to add codecs such as G.722.1, G.723.1, G.726, G.728, G.729, AMR NB, and AMR WB.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Traversal Using Relays around NAT (TURN) protocol, Secure RTP (SRTP), G.722 codec, IPv6, and RTCP Extended Report (XR). Audio quality, compatibility, and latency have been improved. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for PRACK, UPDATE, AKA digest authentication, and Service-Route header have been added. ICE and STUN have been updated to the latest IETF draft. Numerous bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a build error on MacOS, memory alignment problems on ARM, and a crash which occurred on STUN keep-alive when network connectivity was lost.
Release Notes: This release contains PJNATH, a NAT traversal helper library implementing STUN, TURN, and the ICE protocol. Symbian S60 and UIQ platforms are also officially supported. Third party libraries have been reorganized into separate directories and updated to the latest version.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes such as a parsing error on big-endian machines, a link error when the library is used with C++ applications, and some crashes in sample applications.