The VM will be a part of the Yate package.
Martin Provencher wrote:
> I think you've got a very good idea. What I don't understand is why
> environment. I hope you don't go in a bad direction with this language
> and it will be easy to install all its prerequisite (VM, debugger) for
> the Yate's user.
> On Tue, Oct 5, 2010 at 8:07 AM, Diana Cionoiu
> > wrote:
> Hello Gerry,
> 1. Yes, that's the point. We want some modules like pbxassist and
> some modules that require database processing to be done in
> can be developed faster.
> 2. As usual this language will be yet another yate module therefor
> you will be able to disable it any time.
> 3. The problem is that asterisk dialplan name now it's asterisk
> extension language.
> G.Jacobsen wrote:
> Given the proposed functionality ultimately that means that
> some existing
> applications. And at
> If not, Yate would become a mixed bag of C++ code and some
> think you are at some cross-road here.
> As far as I am concerned, an asterisk-like dialplan where one
> can knock-up
> an application in no time and without worrying to break the
> entire system
> due to some unforeseen complexity would be just fine.
> Just my two pence.