[Asterisk-Dev] Perl AGI: get_variable
duncan at impede.net
Thu Jan 29 04:38:23 MST 2004
>I think part of the problem is that when you try and use verbose to print
>out a variable $temp that has just been populated by, say a
>$AGI->get_variable, $temp may contain a \n character. So when you do
>$AGI->verbose("$temp\n","1" , asterisk gets 2 \n characters which causes
>some of the trouble. Probably easier to write any debug to a log file.
ok so thats a fairly easy solution, always use variables you can chomp
before you print them out through the verbose command
still, it stopped me using agi->verbose a long time ago. perhaps
asterisk-perl-0.09 can do this automatically to anything passed to agi-verbose?
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