SIPp 3.0 is released !


The SIPp contributors are happy to announce you the availability of the new SIPp stable version (3.0) !

A huge number of enhancements and bug fixes have been added since 2.0.1 version was released, including :

- a completely rework of the network I/O subsystem

- a new message parsing procedure

- a more powerful call variables handling, allowing arithmetical operations and string variables

- a new ‘users’ mode, useful for designing close-to-reality registration test cases

- the multi injection file support

and a lot of other useful features (see the complete release note here: ).

A lot of regression tests have been run to ensure the stability of this version, the numerous regression bugs faced recently have been fixed. As a consequence, the restriction on the user contributions is now lifted: enhancement patches can be submitted using the following link : , and will be reviewed for aceptance by the contributors. Unsolved bugs can be submitted here: .

We’d like to thank the people contributing to this release, especially Charles P. Wright from IBM, and also:

Klaus Darilion
Scott Oaks from SUN
Pandurangan R S
Artem Naluzhnyy
Kristoffer Gronowski from Ericsson
Anatoly Pidruchny
Marc Van Diest from Belgacom
Hemanth Balaji
Peter Higginson
Philippe Lecluse from Intel
Gareth Armstrong
Martin H. Van Leeuwen
Michael Hirschbichler from T.U Wien

In addition, the people contributing since the initial 1.0 release:

Alexandre Ajjan from Atos Origin
Frederique Aurouet
Lee Ballard from General Bandwidth
Joseph Bannino from Atos Origin
Wolfgang Beck
Venu Bellary
Sapan Bhatia
Michel de Boer from Alcatel-Lucent
Clement Chen
Ly Cong-Dung
Alexandr Dubovikov
Stefan Esser
Bruno Guerin from Atos Origin
Enrico Hartung from iptel
Peter Higginson from Newport Networks
Dmitriy Kargapolov
Nasir Khan.
Heikki Lindholm
Gerard Lyonnaz from HP
Mike Machado from Liveops
Lord Magnos
David Mansutti from HP
Kris Marsh
Scott McGlashan
Marco Miller
Shriram Natarajan from Personasoft
Amit On from Followap
Herve Pellan from HP
Lars Roland
Russel Roy
Martin Shaw
Guillaume Teissier from France Telecom R&D
Vlad Troyanker

Best regards,

The SIPp contributors

Olivier Boulkroune

Posted by Olivier Boulkroune 2007-12-04

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