[Freeswitch-dev] Getting DTMF from channel.
anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 14:47:59 PDT 2010
Ok let's work on that.
email consulting at freeswitch.org and ask for GIT commit to a dir for
that module and we can get you a dir.
Once its building on latest GIT, we can dig into it and get DTMF working.
2010/10/22 Paulo Rogério Panhoto <paulo at voicetechnology.com.br>:
> I really want to post it as contribution but I don't know how the
> process works. So, in the meantine, it is already published on github
> On 22/10/10 18:38, Anthony Minessale wrote:
>> maybe if you post the module for contribution we can add it to FS and
>> figure it out by looking in the code to make it do what you want.
>> 2010/10/22 Paulo Rogério Panhoto <paulo at voicetechnology.com.br>:
>>> I'm writing a module that allows playback of MP4 video files (with
>>> libmp4v2). The playback itself is made by two functions ready to run on
>>> separate threads (though, audio runs on current thread and video runs on
>>> a separate one). At this point, I'm trying to implement dtmf cut-through.
>>> After some research (I checked out mod_dptools.c and
>>> switch_ivr_play_say.c) and this code was my best guess -- it runs on the
>>> audio stream:
>>> if(switch_channel_test_flag(pt->channel, CF_BREAK))
>>> switch_channel_clear_flag(pt->channel, CF_BREAK);
>>> switch_channel_dequeue_dtmf(pt->channel, &dtmf);
>>> const char * terminators =
>>> if(terminators && !strcasecmp(terminators, "none"))
>>> terminators = NULL;
>>> SWITCH_LOG_DEBUG, "Digit %c\n", dtmf.digit);
>>> if(terminators && strchr(terminators, dtmf.digit))
>>> std::string digit(&dtmf.digit, 0, 1);
>>> SWITCH_PLAYBACK_TERMINATOR_USED, digit.c_str());
>>> Which didn't work. I'm asking if anyone has any idea.
>>> Any help is appreciated
>>> Paulo R. Panhoto
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