Review Board 1.7.16


Bridging API for Conference Bridge purposes

Review Request #93 - Created Dec. 15, 2008 and submitted

Joshua Colp
team/file/bridging
Reviewers
asterisk-dev
russell
Asterisk
This patch implements the new bridging API and brings with it a module for conference bridges. It does *not* replace existing internal bridging or features yet and will not cause any regressions when put in. It will essentially be introduced as a first test phase to work out any unforeseen critical issues. The bridging core itself is fully implemented besides the following: jitterbuffer support, native bridging, and interval hooks (hooks that are time based versus action based). If you would like an explanation of what the bridging API is made up of and how it works that can be found in the bridging.h header file.
Conference bridge testing using app_confbridge with features. Joining two channels with simple frame exchange and joining three channels to move it to a true conference bridge. IVR capability of app_confbridge was also tested.
/trunk/apps/app_confbridge.c
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/trunk/channels/chan_bridge.c
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/trunk/include/asterisk/bridging.h
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/trunk/include/asterisk/bridging_features.h
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/trunk/include/asterisk/bridging_technology.h
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/trunk/include/asterisk/channel.h
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/trunk/main/Makefile
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/trunk/main/bridging.c
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