YXA with CPL support written in Erlang/OTP now available

Håkan Stenholm hakan.stenholm@REDACTED
Mon Apr 4 15:46:54 CEST 2005

			___YXA with CPL support now available___

Erlang/OTP based CPL support, developed by me (Håkan Stenholm), has now for the first time been integrated into the public YXA release (snapshot 2005-04-04).

CPL is a script language which allows for the declaration of complex call forwarding behaviors, in IP telephony systems. While the current implementation is done for YXA, it should be easy to adapt it to work with other SIP based servers as well, as CPL is implemented in a very modular fashion.

The CPL code may also be of interest to those who work with iCalendar (RFC 2445), as it contains a fully working RRULE implementation.

The YXA project is available at http://www.stacken.kth.se/projekt/yxa/
More in depth CPL information and Erlang/OTP related design analysis is available at http://www.stacken.kth.se/projekt/yxa/cpl_implementation.html

Håkan Stenholm

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