[Freeswitch-users] how to catch DTMF in Lua while a phrase macro is playing
Raffaele P. Guidi
raffaele.p.guidi at gmail.com
Sat Aug 8 09:50:57 PDT 2009
Brian, I've read 8-9 of your emails asking to not hijack threads in threads
where this it didn't happen (like this). I see this as a new thread with a
single message (plus yours, of course) inside with "[Freeswitch-users] how
to catch DTMF in Lua while a phrase macro is playing" as the subject - and I
think is quite relevant to the message. I suspect you have something wrong
in your email client (mine is gmail) or server and suggest you to give it a
On Sat, Aug 8, 2009 at 17:59, Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org> wrote:
> Examples exist in the scripts/lua folder called callback.lua. Also
> please DO NOT hijack threads. You can't click reply, change the
> subject as it messes up the mailing list threading and most mail
> readers will thread it incorrectly.
> On Aug 8, 2009, at 10:15 AM, Chad Phillips -- Apartment Lines wrote:
> > in a lua script, i've tried using session:setInputCallback() to catch
> > DTMF tones while a phrase macro is playing, but it doesn't seem to
> > work. the same callback _does_ catch DTMF when i use
> > session:streamFile() to play something. is there some other way to do
> > it?
> > below is an example of how i'm doing it now. when voicemail/vm-
> > mailbox_full.wav plays, i see key presses being printed to the
> > console, but when the phrase plays, no key presses are displayed.
> > function key_press(session, input_type, data)
> > if input_type == "dtmf" then
> > freeswitch.consoleLog("info", "Key pressed: " ..
> data["digit"] ..
> > "\n")
> > end
> > end
> > if session:ready() then
> > session:answer()
> > session:execute("sleep", "1000")
> > session:setInputCallback("key_press", "")
> > session:streamFile("voicemail/vm-mailbox_full.wav")
> > session:execute("phrase", "voicemail_menu,1:2:3:#")
> > end
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