[Freeswitch-dev] [Freeswitch-users] FreeSWITCH Documentation

Ghulam Mustafa mustafa.pk at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 00:42:27 PDT 2009

that's what i was thinking about, but you have taken it a mile ahead :) 
i would appreciate if you could help people like me to understand the 
*switch* API without spending sooo much time.

would love examples along with the documentation. :|


Ghulam Mustafa
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Muhammad Shahzad wrote:
> Hi,
> I have observed that one of the major hurdle while writing patches and 
> / or bug fixes is lack of doxygen documentation for FS source code. 
> For example it took me 5+ days to understand mod_dingaling code and 
> its hooks into FS source code to write up soft reload patch, while it 
> could have taken less then 3 days to do so if source code 
> documentation was available.
> So, since right now i have some human resources including myself 
> available, I would like to document all source code (or at least core 
> FS code i.e. everything that has "switch_" prefix) using doxygen. I 
> know its a huge task and will take a while to complete but at least 
> lets get it started.
> If anyone else wants to participate as well in this task, then we can 
> team up to complete it quickly.
> Let me know if you guys are interested.
> Thank you.
> -- 
> Muhammad Shahzad
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