RTSP server question

Chuck Crisler ccrisler at mutualink.net
Tue Oct 6 08:53:27 PDT 2015

I found one other confusing tidbit. In a working case, the function
rtp_session_init in rtpsession.c is called. Unfortunately I can't find why
it is called! The function isn't loaded into some v-table like structure,
nor is it directly called by either any code in rtpmanager, rtp or the rtsp
server directories.

On Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 9:57 AM, Chuck Crisler <ccrisler at mutualink.net>

> The RTSP server only goes to 0.10.8 before jumping to 1.x. The numbers
> correspond to the RTSP server, not the base GStreamer, just like all of the
> other packages (good/bad/ugly/etc). As I said in the email, upgrading is
> *NOT* an option due to other product architecture decisions (not made by
> me) from years ago.
> On Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 3:19 AM, Baby Octopus <jagadishkamathk at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> 0.10.7?? That's close to a decade old. I'm afraid anyone would remember
>> anything regarding that neolithic version!
>> Is it possible for you to upgrade to 0.10.37 if not to 1.0? That might
>> give
>> some clues
>> ~BO
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