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How to use MumbleKit for my iOS app


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I would like to make a Push to Talk iOS app, just press one button and Talk, release button to Stop.

I downloaded, build MumbleKit, and include to my Xcode project, but I don't know where I should start to use MumbleKit.

I tried to find API docs, tutorial but no result.

So anybody can help me?

Thank you so much!

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I did:

#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
#import <MKServices.h>
#import <MKConnection.h>

@interface ViewController : UIViewController<MKConnectionDelegate>


- (void)viewDidLoad {
   [super viewDidLoad];
   [self loginToMumbleServer];

- (void)loginToMumbleServer
   MKConnection *conn = [[MKConnection alloc] init];
   conn.delegate = self;
   [conn setIgnoreSSLVerification:YES];
   [conn connectToHost:@"my server host" port:12345];

#pragma - mark
/// @param conn  The connection that was opened.
- (void) connectionOpened:(MKConnection *)conn
=>>> This function is called


But I got log:

MKConnection: Invalid CryptState or CFSocket.

MKConnection: Sent ping message.


Can anybody help me to continue, is connection worked or not with that log. How can I start to TALK and LISTEN from other?

Thanks a lot!

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