[asterisk-dev] segmentation fault

jonathan augenstine jaugenstine at gmail.com
Wed Oct 29 10:00:02 CDT 2008


Thank you very much for the feedback and direction.


On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 7:11 AM, Russell Bryant <russell at digium.com> wrote:

> ----- "jonathan augenstine" <jaugenstine at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Basically what I am trying to do is to play my own music on hold to
> > callers waiting in a queue.  During that call I want to be able to
> > collect DTMF from the caller so that I can change audio files that I
> > am playing back to the caller.
> If you take a look at the existing musiconhold code (res_musiconhold), MOH
> already has a mode (mode=files) in which in will play sound files.  Also,
> there is a feature (in 1.6, anyway) where MOH can watch for digits from the
> caller on hold, and switch which type of MOH is being played.  You could
> modify this code a bit so that when you see digits, you switch what files
> are being used for MOH.
> It's a hack, but it could work.  Also, if you're trying to build a big IVR
> and not just something basic, then hacking it in there is going to be a big
> pain.  At least it's possible...
> Being able to easily customize the handling of callers waiting in a queue
> has come up a number of times in high level design discussions for the next
> generation Queue implementation.  Doing it today isn't easy, unless you go
> off and build your own Queue implementation outside of Asterisk (which has
> been done a number of times, but is non-trivial).
> --
> Russell Bryant
> Senior Software Engineer
> Open Source Team Lead
> Digium, Inc.
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