[Red5] [osflash] red5-minimal, small embeddable red5
zhukov at viewdle.com
Mon Apr 2 09:12:40 EDT 2007
Yes, this is the hardest part, I cant stop thinking about. I'm glad you
Actually the modifications we've made to red5 itself are not major (some
constructors added, some factories used instead of Spring app context)
So the best possible solution would be to merge those changes into red5
trunk and write a separate build.xml (or add a task to existing one) to
In the other case, if red5 team finds out that modifications are too
invasive, I would be very grateful if we coordinated to release red5 and
red5-minimal at the same time.
That is when you decide there's a time for release, announce it in the
mailing list a week or so before so that we can pickup the changes.
As usual, if somebody is interested to keep the source in sync more often
than every release the source of red5-minimal is there, if it is required we
can setup a separate repository or commit all the source code as a red5
On 4/2/07, Chris Allen <mrchrisallen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can see how this is going to be very useful to people. How do you plan
> to maintain this version? In other words keep it in sync with the changes we
> make to Red5. It might make sense to coordinate with you for our releases so
> that you can get out a version at those times too.
> Anyway, great job and thanks!
> On 3/31/07, Alexander Zhukov <zhukov at viewdle.com> wrote:
> > Hi All!
> > We have put together a small and embeddable version of red5 -
> > red5-minimal.
> > You might find red5-minimal useful if dont need all the features of
> > red5, but streaming and rtmpt flashapp to server communication.
> > red5-minimal is a small subset of red5 server which is based on
> > red5-0.6rc2.
> > The main goal of red5-minimal is not to substitute red5 but to provide a
> > small standalone jar and easy to embed class file to run red5 from within
> > your application.
> > red5-minimal is configured entirely from your java code, so you can
> > think of red5-minimal as a library not a full-fledged server like red5.
> > Everybody is invited to check out red5-minimal code at
> > http://oss.viewdle.com/red5-minimal/
> > Comments, ideas, criticism are appreciated, if you find red5-minimal
> > useful or absolutely ugly please tell.
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