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11-13-2012 12:16 PM
No I don't want you to update anything. I just wanted you to show us in which format you have your libraries on your drive by executing this command in MS WIndows cmd window:
11-23-2012 10:45 AM
Hi I'm Bob Cripps from the Truphone, the Author of the BB10 driver for PJSIP
I've just spoken to Gurtej Sandhu and what we are going to do is publish some bash scripts and instructions for building the PJSIP libraries and then zipping up all the headers and libs such that they can be unzipped over a Windows, linux or MAC SDK. Gurtej will be in touch