[Freeswitch-dev] playback in background
dujinfang at gmail.com
Sat Oct 30 23:23:39 PDT 2010
Cool. Thank you Anthony. Sorry I didn't look much hard.
And, I found a few problems:
1) instead of displace, it's called displace_session.
2) the calling party hear nothing before echo, with or without the m
flag. I want to hear MOH while waiting in the sleep.
<action application="playback" data="tone_stream://%(100,1000,800);loops=1"/>
<action application="displace_session" data="local_stream://moh m"/>
<action application="sleep" data="5000"/>
3) inconsistent syntax: limit mux vs flags limit, with or without +
uuid_displace,<uuid> [start|stop] <path> [<limit>] [mux],session
displace_session: <path> [<flags>] [+time_limit_ms]
I understand fix it might beak backward compatibilities, however, as
they go to the same switch_ivr function it would be better if they
looks like consistent.
On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 11:16 AM, Anthony Minessale
<anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:
> Lookup displace and uuid_displace
> On Oct 30, 2010 8:14 PM, "Seven Du" <dujinfang at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I didn't find a way to playback in background in normal dialplan/lua
>> scripts. I know how to use event socket to do async, but I still think
>> it's useful in the following scenario and don't need a socket.
>> - start playback in background
>> - long time query (http or db query)
>> - explicitly stop background playback, or implicitly stop when any
>> further app executes(or when new data writes to the channel)
>> - do other things using the query result
>> Is there any existing solutions? or how hart to make a patch? if I
>> make a patch to achieve that, would it be better to make in
>> mod_commands or should I make a new module?
>> What I'm thinking is to make a BUG in another thread and feed sound
>> data to the channel. Is that the right approach?
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