Fix presence from component sub-addresses
Commit Debian 3.0 (quilt) metadata
[dgit (8.5) quilt-fixup]
[PATCH] chan_sip: Handle invalid SDP answer to T.38 re-invite
The chan_sip module performs a T.38 re-invite using a single media
stream of udptl, and expects the SDP answer to be the same.
If an SDP answer is received instead that contains an additional
media stream with no joint codec a crash will occur as the code
assumes that at least one joint codec will exist in this
This change removes this assumption.
Gbp-Pq: Name AST-2019-003.patch
[PATCH] res_pjsip_messaging: Check for body in in-dialog message
We now check that a body exists and it has a length > 0 before
attempting to process it.
Reported-by: Gil Richard
Gbp-Pq: Name AST-2019-002.patch
Update autoconf files for pjproject
config.guess and config.sub for pjproject are six years old, this
makes the build FTBFS on newer architectures like ppc64el.
Unfortunately the sources are only unpacked during the toplevel
./configure run, so we cannot solve this with dh_autoreconf
Gbp-Pq: Name autoreconf-pjproject
Gbp-Pq: Name build-reproducibly
Include subdirs (not main dir) for FFmpeg paths
Fix include FFmpeg headers from below /usr/include/ffmpeg/<libname>
(this change requires -I/usr/include/ffmpeg).
Gbp-Pq: Name ffmpeg-includes.patch
Modernize autotools FFmpeg linking
FFmpeg is a _family_ of libraries sharing an optional base subdir. That
is not properly reflected in the autoconf detection logic, and makes it
impossible to handle alternate location - e.g. when using Libav.
This patch queries pkg-config, used with recent FFmpeg, for files
"libavcodec" and "libswscale", the family members currently used.
Gbp-Pq: Name ffmpeg-detection.patch
Add AMR and AMR-WB codec modules supporting transcoding
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To add a codec for SIP/SDP (m=, rtmap, and ftmp), you create a format
module in Asterisk: `codec_amr.patch` (for m= and rtmap) and
`res/res_format_attr_amr.c` (for fmtp). However, this requires both
call legs to support AMR (pass-through only). If one leg does not
support AMR, the call has no audio. Or, if you use the pre-recorded
voice and music files of Asterisk, these files cannot be heard, because
they are not in AMR but in slin. Therefore, this repository adds not
just a format module for the audio-codecs AMR and AMR-WB but a
transcoding module as well: `codecs/codec_amr.c`.
This is an implementation of IETF
[RFC 4867](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4867). Sometimes, AMR is
called AMR Narrowband (AMR-NB). AMR Wideband (ITU-T Recommendation
G.722.2) is sometimes abbreviated W-AMR
([GSA](http://www.gsacom.com/hdvoice/)). GSMA Mobile
is AMR-WB. Research papers comparing AMR and AMR-WB with other audio
Gbp-Pq: Name amr.patch
Enable the test framework
Test modules are normally only enabled in development mode. This patch
enables them without the need to enable dev-mode.
The modules provide simple tests. Try: asterisk -rx 'test execute all'
Those modules should not be confused with the tests in the
Gbp-Pq: Name test_framework.patch
A systemd service
Do away with safe_asterisk. But try very hard to let live_ast work with
Gbp-Pq: Name systemd.patch
disable building asterisk with -march=native
Don't add -march=native to standard CFLAGS. We need a generic binary.
Gbp-Pq: Name no_native_arch.patch
reenable some drivers
Gbp-Pq: Name reenable
place asterisk read-only data files under /usr/share
On Debian read-only resources belong under /usr. The space taken from
the writable /var should be minimized.
Upstream prefers defaults to have those files under /var/lib, though
supports a separate datadir.
Gbp-Pq: Name astdatadir
disable building codec_ilbc
As we have to strip the ilbc code from asterisk, we need to disable
building codec_ilbc and cleaning the ilbc/ directory.
Patch needs to be cleaned-up to be uploaded upstream.
FIXME: module now seems to potentially use libilbc. If it can be
packaged into Debian, no reason to remove it.
Gbp-Pq: Name ilbc_disable
enable modules formly from asterisk-addons
The modules under addons/ are originally from the separate
asterisk-addons package. As of asterisk 1.8 they are included in the
main Asterisk distribution but not enabled by default. this patch
enables them, as it seems valid in Debian.
format_mp3.c is not enabled, yet, though: the complete source is not
included. See contrib/scripts/get_mp3_source.sh in the source tree.
Gbp-Pq: Name enable_addons