[Asterisk-Users] Some (lack of) answers regarding the wakeup call application...

Rob Fugina robf at geekthing.com
Tue Jun 1 13:07:39 MST 2004

On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 05:11:53PM +0100, Kevin Walsh wrote:
> Rob Fugina [robf at geekthing.com] wrote:
> > So the Perl code creates call files in
> > a wakeup queue directory, and a cron job (a shell script) runs every
> > minute looking for wakeup calls in the queue that need to be handled,
> > and moves them to the outgoing call queue.
> > 
> You may want to consider using "at" instead of "cron" for the scheduling
> and cancelling of alarm call requests.  It'll be less ugly than checking
> for new alarm call jobs every minute etc.  I'm not saying it'll be
> pretty - just less ugly. :-)
> I'd be interested in seeing your code, and perhaps I can help.  I was
> going to write an alarm call application anyway.

The basic framework is on the Wiki...  I'm trying to find time to package
the latest version...


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