[Freeswitch-users] ESL: recvEvent vs recvEventTimed
GB at cm.nl
Mon May 26 11:40:11 MSD 2014
Their behavior is different, but both are used to receive events.
recvEvent blocks until Freeswich sends it an Event.
recvEventTimed(1000) waits for 1 second max to receive an event from FS. If no event is received within 1 second, the program will continue to execute the next line of code.
I use both variants for different scenarios.
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Subject: [Freeswitch-users] ESL: recvEvent vs recvEventTimed
I'm doing a esl program to get all the events from fs and I always want to wait for an event before continue.
but i facing a difficult decision to choose between recvEvent() or recvEventTimed(0).
I read in the wiki:
recvEvent() - blocks until it receives an event
recvEventTimed(0) - waits X ms or blocks until it receives an event
so they are the same or no?
For your experience with ESL what method do you recommend?
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