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Installing Yate on Windows
No matter how you get the sources, you must make sure the End Of Line characters are properly converted. They are stored in LF-only format in CVS and the tar.gz archives. Visual Studio needs them in CR LF style - at least for the workspace and project files. TortoiseSVN and WinZip have options to do this conversion and you must use them. If you have no other option you can open the files in Wordpad and save them.
To compile please build the "YATE" project - it will build the library and all modules without external dependencies. The "Extra" project holds modules that have external dependencies. You will not be able to build them without installing extra headers and libraries in your Visual Studio environment:
If you build Yate from sources and Visual Studio crashes or hangs beyond cancellation please clean the build and repeat from scratch. Already compiled object files may be good or may be damaged - just stay on the safe side.
NOTE: Compilation may fail because of WinDNS.h included from engine/Resolver.cpp - in this case you have two options:
Please see the notes at the top of engine/Resolver.cpp for more details.
NOTE: Yate can run as service on Windows as you can see in the screenshot below.
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