[asterisk-users] Something similar to Doxygen for standard dialplan?

Sebastian Gutierrez scgm11 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 18 13:57:35 CDT 2017

Check this one:


You can do many things, document each node, and save xml with each extension.
We´ve made it open source on Astricon 2015 you can extend it the way you want.

Hope it helps you.

Best regards

On Mar 18, 2017, 12:50 +0100, Jonathan H <lardconcepts at gmail.com>, wrote:

> How are we all documenting complex dialplan?
> Is there something similar to Doxygen?
> I've got around 20 config files covering around 60 contexts and 40
> variables. Of course, I've maintained a basic list of the major stuff,
> and documented the code throughout, but it's grown to the stage where
> it needs to be better documented, have a proper flowchart etc.
> Talking of flowcharts, I see there are several flowchart makers for
> Asterisk and other IVRs - specifically, in the flowchart, I need "set
> this variable, uses that variable, calls this context, uses that
> gosub" and so on.
> So it's not just dragging extensions together.
> Any ideas?!
> Thanks
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