[asterisk-users] RES: a simple Asterisk AMI interface with Delphi (or Lazarus+FreePascal)
Marco Eduardo Cordeiro
marcoe at visioncom.com.br
Tue Aug 5 07:57:35 CDT 2008
Just wanted to let you know that the XP version works fine on vista.
I was working on a similar program but didnt have enough time to finish, I
was working on Delphi 7 btw.
De: asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com
[mailto:asterisk-users-bounces at lists.digium.com] Em nome de Gerald Harshany
Enviada em: terça-feira, 5 de agosto de 2008 02:56
Para: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion
Assunto: [asterisk-users] a simple Asterisk AMI interface with Delphi (or
Those of you who have a simple home-based Asterisk box might
be interested in a "simple" Win32 (Win2K or WinXP) interface to
the AMI manager. The quick-start versions merely require
unzipping with NO Installation - hence, NO Uninstall (i.e., no
registry writes at any time by the install nor by the program).
(Unfortunately) the INSTALL version does write to the registry
due to the database licensing requirements. Would suggest that
you download the PDF and, if interested, (or if you hate to read
manuals, just ), download the quick-start version which only
requires 3 settings in Asterisk's manager.conf file (the user name,
the password, and the read/write privileges - program defaults to
the 5038 port).
The program was really written as a nostalgic cruise down the old
Pascal OOP thruway, and not as a contender to the likes of FOP,
etc. Pascal has nice features such as declaring any of your
functions "inline"; or for that matter writing inline Assembler code
which was "the" language in the '70s (that is the 1900's, by the
way). The Win2K version was compiled on an old Delphi 5
compiler (and for you young'uns, that was circa 1999 when Win2K
was unveiled). However, fear not, the WinXP version was
compiled with the latest Delphi 2007 R2. However, I did NOT
insert some required Vista enabling statements (such as for the
glass effect), since I have no interest in testing it (yet) in Vista; so,
the XP version may or may not function well in XP compatibility
mode within Vista.
As for my Subject - Is anyone in this Asterisk group doing
anything using Lazarus and FreePascal for the Asterisk box? The
FreePascal compiler is a "total" (and, yes, an open source work in
progress) cross-platform compiler. What I mean is, it can compile
for Win, Mac, and Linux, but also for about half a dozen CPU's.
The documentation for the compiler is an outstanding example for
Downloads and info at: http://www.jerryh.us/Downloads/amifiles.htm
Gerald Harshany, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
And again, for you young'uns, "Emeritus" simply means "ancient" :)
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