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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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There is a lot that could be said about this, but the patch is a big
improvement for performance, stability, code maintainability,
and ease of future code development.
The channel list is no longer an unsorted linked list. The main container
for channels is an astobj2 hash table. All of the code related to searching
for channels or iterating active channels has been rewritten. Let n be
the number of active channels. Iterating the channel list has gone from
O(n^2) to O(n). Searching for a channel by name went from O(n) to O(1).
Searching for a channel by extension is still O(n), but uses a new method
for doing so, which is more efficient.
The ast_channel object is now a reference counted object. The benefits
here are plentiful. Some benefits directly related to issues in the
previous code include:
1) When threads other than the channel thread owning a channel wanted
access to a channel, it had to hold the lock on it to ensure that it didn't
go away. This is no longer a requirement. Holding a reference is
2) There are places that now require less dealing with channel locks.
3) There are places where channel locks are held for much shorter periods
4) There are places where dealing with more than one channel at a time becomes
_MUCH_ easier. ChanSpy is a great example of this. Writing code in the
future that deals with multiple channels will be much easier.
Some additional information regarding channel locking and reference count
handling can be found in channel.h, where a new section has been added that
discusses some of the rules associated with it.
Mark Michelson also assisted with the development of this patch. He did the
conversion of ChanSpy and introduced a new API, ast_autochan, which makes it
much easier to deal with holding on to a channel pointer for an extended period
of time and having it get automatically updated if the channel gets masqueraded.
Mark was also a huge help in the code review process.
Thanks to David Vossel for his assistance with this branch, as well. David
did the conversion of the DAHDIScan application by making it become a wrapper
for ChanSpy internally.
The changes come from the svn/asterisk/team/russell/ast_channel_ao2 branch.
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This commit introduces the first phase of an effort to manage documentation of the
interfaces in Asterisk in an XML format. Currently, a new format is available for
applications and dialplan functions. A good number of conversions to the new format
are also included.
For more information, see the following message to asterisk-dev:
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channel related, and add the ability to add/find/remove datastores to manager sessions
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could not have worked, as it left the channel locked in all cases.
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(closes issue #11943)
Reported by: ramonpeek
20080208__bug11943__2.diff.txt uploaded by Corydon76 (license 14)
Tested by: jmls
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build times - tested, there is no measureable difference before and
after this commit.
In this change:
use asterisk/compat.h to include a small set of system headers:
inttypes.h, unistd.h, stddef.h, stddint.h, sys/types.h, stdarg.h,
stdlib.h, alloca.h, stdio.h
Where available, the inclusion is conditional on HAVE_FOO_H as determined
Normally, source files should not include any of the above system headers,
and instead use either "asterisk.h" or "asterisk/compat.h" which does it
For the time being I have left alone second-level directories
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- restructured build tree and makefiles to eliminate recursion problems
- support for embedded modules
- support for static builds
- simpler cross-compilation support
- simpler module/loader interface (no exported symbols)
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