On Sun, 20 May 2007 16:15:44 +0100, Ivan Uemlianin email@example.com wrote:
David Pratt wrote:
You may wish to look at divmod's sine project that provides an sip server. Why not license under MIT so that if this is successful it may become another a supported protocol in the twisted stack.
Thanks for your comments.
What does Divmod Sine provide that twisted.protocols.sip doesn't? For example, see this ticket:
Does that imply that twisted.protocols.sip can now (or soon) be used instead of Sine?
The Divmod Sine SIP implementation has numerous bug fixes not present in twisted.protocols.sip. Once #2444 is resolved, the protocol support in Twisted will be as good as the protocol support in Divmod Sine. What Sine will still offer above the code in Twisted is the higher level APIs which make call setup easy enough so that novel applications can focus on their novelty instead of on SIP details.