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5 +We provide a C# wrapper for LibLinphone that can be used in a Xamarin project.
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7 += Generating the C# wrapper =
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9 +The C# wrapper is automatically generated from the documentation in the code (like the Python/C++ wrappers).
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11 +The output of is one file named LinphoneWrapper.cs that contains everything. To use it, import the file in the generic Xamarin project of your solution.
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13 +[[image:XamarinSetup.PNG||height="130" style="float:left" width="248"]]
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21 += Xamarin Android =
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23 +== Setup ==
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25 +For your Xamarin.Android project to be able to use Linphone, you also need our Android SDK. You can download the nightly snapshot from [[here>>http://linphone.org/snapshots/android/liblinphone-android-sdk-latest.zip]] or the latest stable release from [[there>>http://linphone.org/releases/android/liblinphone-android-sdk-latest.zip]].
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27 +In your Android project, create a folder for the Linphone libraries and copy into it the content of the libs directory from our SDK.
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29 +== Getting started ==
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32 += Xamarin iOS =
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