[Freeswitch-dev] Reversion: FS-1397 EventConsumer::pop() can deadlock mod_python
lesley.pervis at gmail.com
Wed May 8 07:45:47 MSD 2013
I noticed that the report has been assigned to the project lead for
mod_python, who was last active in 2009. Am I correct to assume that
mod_python is currently unmaintained? Python's GIL seems to be a pain in
the butt for SWIG.
I'm fiddling with Raspberry Pi as a PA endpoint, and I was thinking it
would be nice to leverage the growing Raspberry Pi Python ecosystem from
within the FS dialplan. Maybe a Python ESL client would be the way to go to
hook up with Python APIs.
I've used Lua in the dialplan to very good effect, though, so I'll keep
using it. I've been looking around, and simple system calls from Lua make
it possible to do everything I want with GPIO pins, so all is well in the
Have you looked at the Eclipse Koneki project? I installed their Lua
Eclipse plugin about six months ago, and again this week to see how it's
coming along. It's got backing from some big companies, and it's become a
very functional Lua IDE. The group is also working on a machine-to-machine
API that looks to be at the demo stage. (Pi and Arduino talking Modbus.)
On Sat, May 4, 2013 at 6:53 AM, Anthony Minessale <
anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:
> Get a backtrace from gcore of the process and either reopen or open a new
> On May 4, 2013 3:19 AM, "Lesley Pervis" <lesley.pervis at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is again a problem in 1.2.8 stable. Not sure of the correct process.
>> Should I clone the bug?
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