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r328247 | lmadsen | 2011-07-14 16:25:31 -0400 (Thu, 14 Jul 2011) | 14 lines
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r328209 | lmadsen | 2011-07-14 16:13:06 -0400 (Thu, 14 Jul 2011) | 6 lines
Introduce <support_level> tags in MODULEINFO.
This change introduces MODULEINFO into many modules in Asterisk in order to show
the community support level for those modules. This is used by changes committed
to menuselect by Russell Bryant recently (r917 in menuselect). More information about
the support level types and what they mean is available on the wiki at
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Pass a MCID request to the bridged channel so the bridged channel can send
it to the network.
The ability to send the MCID request on an ISDN span is enabled with the
new chan_dahdi.conf mcid_send option.
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This patch is the foundation of an entire new way of looking at media in Asterisk.
The code present in this patch is everything required to complete phase1 of my
Media Architecture proposal. For more information about this project visit the link below.
The primary function of this patch is to convert all the usages of format
bitfields in Asterisk to use the new format and format_cap APIs. Functionally
no change in behavior should be present in this patch. Thanks to twilson
and russell for all the time they spent reviewing these changes.
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r287647 | dvossel | 2010-09-20 17:09:16 -0500 (Mon, 20 Sep 2010) | 21 lines
Addition of the FrameHook API (AKA AwesomeHooks)
So far all our tools for viewing and manipulating media streams
within Asterisk have been entirely focused on audio. That made
sense then, but is not scalable now. The FrameHook API lets us
tap into and manipulate _ANY_ type of media or signaling passed
on a channel present today or in the future. This tool is a step
in the direction of expanding Asterisk's boundaries and will help
generate some rather interesting applications in the future.
In addition to the FrameHook API, a simple dialplan function
exercising the api has been included as well. This function
is called FRAME_TRACE(). FRAME_TRACE() allows for the internal
ast_frames read and written to a channel to be output. Filters
can be placed on this function to debug only certain types of frames.
This function could be thought of as an internal way of doing
ast_frame packet captures.
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