resiprocate 1:1.10.1-2ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu

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resiprocate (1:1.10.1-2ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=medium

  * d/p/libmysqlclient_r: link against libmysqlclient instead of
    libmysqlclient_r. The former supersedes the latter which no longer
    exists in MySQL 5.7.

 -- Robie Basak <email address hidden>  Thu, 14 Apr 2016 13:32:26 +0000

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librecon-1.10: reSIProcate conversation manager - shared libraries

 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides the conversation manager library, librecon,
 implementing the core functionality of a back-to-back user agent (B2BUA),
 session border controller (SBC) and conferencing server.
 .
 As reSIProcate has no built-in media framework, this package depends on the
 media framework from the sipXtapi project. However, it does not utilise
 any other features of sipXtapi for the session control. Future versions of
 recon aim to support multiple media frameworks using an abstraction layer.

librecon-1.10-dbgsym: debug symbols for package librecon-1.10

 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides the conversation manager library, librecon,
 implementing the core functionality of a back-to-back user agent (B2BUA),
 session border controller (SBC) and conferencing server.
 .
 As reSIProcate has no built-in media framework, this package depends on the
 media framework from the sipXtapi project. However, it does not utilise
 any other features of sipXtapi for the session control. Future versions of
 recon aim to support multiple media frameworks using an abstraction layer.

librecon-1.10-dev: reSIProcate conversation manager - development files

 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides header files needed for developing applications
 based on librecon.

libresiprocate-1.10: reSIProcate SIP stack - shared libraries

 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides the core libraries: librutil (utilities),
 libresip (SIP stack/RFC compliant message parsing) and
 libdum (SIP Dialog Usage Manager, a state machine for SIP dialogs).

libresiprocate-1.10-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libresiprocate-1.10

 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides the core libraries: librutil (utilities),
 libresip (SIP stack/RFC compliant message parsing) and
 libdum (SIP Dialog Usage Manager, a state machine for SIP dialogs).

libresiprocate-1.10-dev: reSIProcate SIP stack - development files

 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides header files needed for developing applications
 based on the core reSIProcate libraries.

libresiprocate-turn-client-1.10: reSIProcate TURN client (reTurn) - shared libraries

 reTurn is the TURN component of the reSIProcate project.
 This package provides a shared library implementing the TURN
 protocol for NAT traversal, typically used in VoIP applications
 such as SIP and Jabber/XMPP. It is a successor to STUN and
 is an important part of the Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE)
 protocol.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

libresiprocate-turn-client-1.10-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libresiprocate-turn-client-1.10

 reTurn is the TURN component of the reSIProcate project.
 This package provides a shared library implementing the TURN
 protocol for NAT traversal, typically used in VoIP applications
 such as SIP and Jabber/XMPP. It is a successor to STUN and
 is an important part of the Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE)
 protocol.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

libresiprocate-turn-client-1.10-dev: reSIProcate TURN client (reTurn) - development files

 This package provides header files needed for developing applications
 based on the reSIProcate reTurn client library.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

repro: reSIProcate SIP stack - lightweight SIP proxy daemon

 repro is the SIP proxy developed as part of the reSIProcate project.
 It provides a high-quality, low maintenance solution for serving
 small and large IP telephony installations.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

repro-dbgsym: debug symbols for package repro

 repro is the SIP proxy developed as part of the reSIProcate project.
 It provides a high-quality, low maintenance solution for serving
 small and large IP telephony installations.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

resiprocate-turn-server: reSIProcate SIP stack - ICE/TURN server

 reTurn is the TURN server developed as part of the reSIProcate project.
 TURN (RFC 5766) provides a standardised solution for VoIP applications
 to find the most efficient way to route media streams when NAT and
 firewall devices may be present.
 .
 reTurn provides a high-quality, low maintenance solution for serving
 small and large IP telephony installations. It has been used successfully
 with a variety of SIP and Jabber applications, including Lumicall,
 Jitsi, Empathy and Psi.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

resiprocate-turn-server-dbgsym: debug symbols for package resiprocate-turn-server

 reTurn is the TURN server developed as part of the reSIProcate project.
 TURN (RFC 5766) provides a standardised solution for VoIP applications
 to find the most efficient way to route media streams when NAT and
 firewall devices may be present.
 .
 reTurn provides a high-quality, low maintenance solution for serving
 small and large IP telephony installations. It has been used successfully
 with a variety of SIP and Jabber applications, including Lumicall,
 Jitsi, Empathy and Psi.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

resiprocate-turn-server-psql: reSIProcate SIP stack - ICE/TURN server

 reTurn is the TURN server developed as part of the reSIProcate project.
 TURN (RFC 5766) provides a standardised solution for VoIP applications
 to find the most efficient way to route media streams when NAT and
 firewall devices may be present.
 .
 reTurn provides a high-quality, low maintenance solution for serving
 small and large IP telephony installations. It has been used successfully
 with a variety of SIP and Jabber applications, including Lumicall,
 Jitsi, Empathy and Psi.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.
 .
 This package provides a Python script to synchronize the reTurn
 users.txt file from a PostgreSQL table.

sipdialer: reSIProcate SIP stack - click-to-call utility

 sipdialer is a click-to-call application that uses the SIP REFER
 method to force a SIP phone (for example, the phone on your desk)
 to dial another number. It can be registered in GConf to handle
 clicks on sip:, sips: and tel: URIs in other applications and the
 web browser.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.

sipdialer-dbgsym: debug symbols for package sipdialer

 sipdialer is a click-to-call application that uses the SIP REFER
 method to force a SIP phone (for example, the phone on your desk)
 to dial another number. It can be registered in GConf to handle
 clicks on sip:, sips: and tel: URIs in other applications and the
 web browser.
 .
 reSIProcate is a framework that aims to fully implement the SIP protocol
 in first class C++. It is intended for use in other applications,
 such as the repro SIP proxy.