[asterisk-users] Cascading macros in 1.8. Bug or feature ?
govoiper at gmail.com
Tue Sep 4 01:16:57 CDT 2012
Though I cant say its a bug or feature, but the way you think it should
work then try setting correct priority..i.e 1 in custom and then 2 in the
Somehow I'm having a feeling that this won't work.
Also AFAIK macros are being replaced by Go-SUB thing. Macros cant be called
in another macro in a cascaded manner in the dialplan. Also they dont reas
any DTMF for the current running macro rather for the dialplan context
which called thd macro.
On Sep 4, 2012 2:09 AM, "Olivier" <oza_4h07 at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> In Freepbx 2.10, for instance, you can read several instances of the
> following pattern :
> In extensions.conf
> #include extensions_additional.conf
> #include extensions_custom.conf
> In extensions_additional.conf
> include => macro-hangupcall-custom
> exten => s,1,Noop(foobar1)
> In extensions_custom.conf
> exten => s,1,Noop(foobar2)
> When using "dialplan show s at macro-hangupcall", asterisk (1.8.12) displays
> both foobar1 and foobar2 dialplans, in this order.
> Then asterisk ignores foobar2 dialplan and only run foobar1 diaplan.
> Would you rate this a bug or a feature ?
> To me, asterisk should both :
> 1. list foobar2 dialplan first (with dialplan show) as the include
> statement is the first one,
> 2. run foobar2 dialplan it is the first listed.
> Opinions ?
> Suggestions ?
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