[asterisk-dev] Methodologies for validating dialplan

Nikša Baldun it at voxdiversa.hr
Wed Jan 5 04:46:46 CST 2022

Hi Steve,

I was talking about Fast AGI. The application is already loaded in 
memory, and there won't be noticeable difference between Python and any 
other language. For regular AGI, you would have to go with a compiled 
language, of course.

On 05. 01. 2022. 00:34, Steve Edwards wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Jan 2022, Nikša Baldun wrote:
>> It's not really C vs Python, it's dialplan interpreter vs Python.
> (Still veering off topic...)
> My experience has been that it is compiled vs scripted. Loading the 
> script interpreter (all of the 'P' languages), parsing the script, 
> bytecoding, process creation, etc. are the killer.
> Once executing, I suspect C vs Px is not the limiting factor -- is 
> 'printf("set variable x y") really that different in C vs Px?

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