[asterisk-users] File structure question

Marco Mouta marco.mouta at gmail.com
Mon Sep 4 10:54:20 MST 2006

So the #include could be made just after the [general] section o
extensions.conf? outside of any specific context, i think this was the

On 9/4/06, Peter Bowyer <peter at bowyer.org> wrote:
> On 04/09/06, Jay Moore <jaymoore at accu-com.com> wrote:
> > Right, I guess I was wondering if it's possible to include a file
> > without it being in a context.  The goal I wanted to achieve was to have
> > as few contexts in the main extensions.conf file as possible.
> Did you try it? It would take... perhaps 30 seconds? A minute if
> you're a slow typist...
> Yes, you can do this. #include is a literal text include, as the last
> poster said.
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Com os melhores cumprimentos,

Marco Mouta
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