[Freeswitch-users] How to design my project ?
mchlmll at gmail.com
Thu Apr 9 01:18:34 PDT 2009
thanks for the quick answer, but still I can't get if it is possible to use
the libfreeswitch w/o running FS to accomplish what I meant.
It would need alot of time of development to make my application run as a FS
application.Much better would be using libfreeswitch inside my
application.But still the question arises:" Is Libfreeswitch enough for
having sip endpoints and ASR/TTS API?"
Do you have some examples for it?
2009/4/8 Giovanni Maruzzelli <gmaruzz at celliax.org>
> Ciao Michele,
> as a start is definitely better (and more gratifying) that you runs
> Then, if (and only if) there is a compelling reason that justify the
> amount of time needed to develop a standalone application, go for it.
> Giovanni Maruzzelli
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> On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 12:34 PM, Michele M <mchlmll at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I'm quite a newbie about freeswitch. I have an application (IVR) that
> > needs to have endpoints SIP to register,answer the calls and transfer
> > to the right phones.(I( have my own SIP server).Moreover it needs also a
> > ASR/TTS API' set to communicate with my ASR/TTS engine ( just for
> > let's assume it is Cepstral). I'd wouldn't want to have freeswitch
> > and communicate with it to accomplish that but just to use the
> > library embedded. As I don't know that much about freeswitch can it be
> > or just I need to have freeswitch running as a must? Can somebody point
> > to the right place where to find example of using library embedded (best
> > examples for what I'm trying to do) as I have not found that many?
> > Thanks in advance
> > Miki
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