[asterisk-dev] help me

anupam bairagi anupambairagi at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 23:36:07 CDT 2007

read deoxizen its the absulate resource

On 6/27/07, Tilghman Lesher <tilghman at mail.jeffandtilghman.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 June 2007 14:18, Steve Totaro wrote:
> > William P.N. Smith wrote:
> > > I suspect (hope?) Murali was asking for details of how the code
> > > works, not how to install, configure, and run Asterisk.  I'll admit
> > > to a similar interest myself.
> >
> > While I am not a developer, I would assume it would make sense to
> > start with the core and then explore the modules.
> It's actually better to start with the modules, specifically apps/ and
> funcs/, and branch into the core only when you need to understand
> specifically what each app or func is doing.  This is far easier than
> trying to understand the entire core, which is rather complex and
> multifaceted, all at once.
> This is the way that I learned, and I would recommend the same path to
> anybody who might like to become a community developer someday.
> Also, stay away from the bigger and more complex apps, such as Dial,
> Voicemail, Meetme, and Queue, at least until you have a good
> understanding of some of the smaller applications and functions.
> In terms of overall complexity, the next step would be formats, codecs,
> res, pbx_* functionality, some of the smaller channels (stay away from
> IAX2, Zap, and SIP), and possibly even some of the core code, such as
> manager.c.
> --
> Tilghman
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