[Freeswitch-dev] Authoring Modules, moving mymodule.conf.xml to autoload config

cmrienzo at gmail.com cmrienzo at gmail.com
Tue Aug 27 17:57:19 MSD 2013

Make install copies config files from freeswitch/conf/vanilla by default.  So, the file has to be in there to get installed.  make config-foo will install configs from freeswitch/conf/foo.  This only works if a config hasn't already been installed. 


On Aug 20, 2013, at 4:13 PM, Joel Dodson <jdodson at acm.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm writing a new module for some specific functionality we need.
> I've been going through the wiki page for Authoring Modules
> (http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Authoring_Freeswitch_Modules) and
> it's been helpful.  I have mod_mymodule (copied from mod_skel)
> compiling and running locally.  I've also been looking through
> mod_event_socket since my module will be very similar.
> I'm stuck now on getting the config file I've included in my module to
> be automagically added to the autoload_configs directory.  I've added
> a conf directory to my module similarly to how event_socket does it.
> I've built my module (make mod_mymodule and make mod_mymodule-install)
> but mymodule.conf.xml still is not moved automatically into the
> autoload directory.  I do have mod_mymodule included in modules.conf
> when I build and install.  I've even tried running bootstrap.sh and
> configure again with my mod_mymodule in the source code.
> Do I need to manually copy over mymodule.conf.xml when I do a
> freeswitch install?  Is there another file I need to add mod_mymodule
> to to get the config copied over automatically?
> I'm doing this on the latest 1.2 branch from github, I've tried it on
> master as well, same results.
> thanks,
> Joel
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