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TCP/TLS support in current (>5.0) eXosip releases

From: David Sugar
Subject: TCP/TLS support in current (>5.0) eXosip releases
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2022 08:48:40 -0500
User-agent: Evolution 3.36.5-0ubuntu1

There is a define now in the eXosip2 sources, "ENABLE_MAIN_SOCKET".  There did not seem to be any configure option for doing this at build time.  It also appears that support for TCP/TLS sip is effectively dead thru eXosip_listen_addr as the socket is never bound nor listen() called unless this is set.  This define also touches epoll behavior a small bit in eXtl_udp.c.

Is this safe to enable/inject at build time?  How else would one even get a working tcp sip service again without it? Should this be a configure option? I know I used to be able to use tcp with eXosip2 in earlier (?4.0?) releases and it worked back then, with some interesting limitations related to connection reuse.

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