Summary:ASTERISK-20393: File Structure of the sounds library
Reporter:Mathieu Decaffmeyer (matthewbe)Labels:
Date Opened:2012-09-08 06:51:46Date Closed:2012-09-15 14:19:59
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Description:The /sounds directory comes with a bunch of Asterisk default sounds. I would like to avoid mixing asterisk default sounds with my own recordings. I create a directory of my project (by project I mean all the sounds I recorded for one particular IVR system) in /sounds/en/my-project, /sounds/fr/my-project, etc.
Now it would be nice that Asterisk's default sounds would be packed in one directory for each language, e.g. /sounds/en/default, /sounds/fr/default, etc.
Instead, my project folders are drowned out with all these other files that come by default by Asterisk.
Comments:By: Rusty Newton (rnewton) 2012-09-15 14:19:59.064-0500

This is not a bug report, and doesn't appear to be a feature request including a patch.


This request is confusing, as for recording and playback, most if not all Asterisk applications optionally take an absolute file path. You are not required to put your sounds in the /var/lib/asterisk/sounds directory or subdirectories at all.