[asterisk-dev] ast_module_info(_standard)\? discrepancy (and standard_app_args)

Caio Begotti caio at ueberalles.net
Fri Aug 17 11:52:30 CDT 2007

On Thu, 16 Aug 2007 07:38:39 -0500 Tilghman Lesher wrote:
> I'd leave it alone.  This is like the difference between AST_STANDARD_APP_ARGS
> and AST_NONSTANDARD_APP_ARGS.  While STANDARD is a subset of the other,
> it makes it easier to develop for the plurality of applications which don't
> need the extra functionality.

Shouldn't it be a real standard for both cases? I mean, there are two
ways to use ast_module_info* and there are two ways to use
*standard_app_args and for common people they could be, like, merged?

I'm not experienced on Asterisk internals, but
ast_nonstandard_app_args would be useless if that migration from ','
to '|' and back to ',' is already done, right?

Is it allowed to use random separator character anyway?
Thanks for one more hint, Corydon!

Caio Begotti

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