VoiceXML::Client::Device::Dummy -- a minimally functional implementation the DeviceHandle interface
VoiceXML::Client::DeviceHandle module, device handle api based on the VOCP voice messaging system package VOCP::Device. Copyright (C) 2002,2008 Patrick Deegan All rights reserved
This file is part of VoiceXML::Client.
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Sends a beep through the chosen device using given frequency (HZ) and length (in miliseconds). Returns a defined and true value on success.
Connects to destination. Returns defined & true on success.
plays a sound (file, text-to-speech, whatever is appropriate) base on PLAYPARAM. May or may not block during play depending on device implementation. Returns true on success.
Records input from user to device to file TOFILE. Returns true on success.
Simply waits for TIME seconds. Device should accept/queue user input during interval.
Waits until STATE is reached/returned by device. Device should accept/queue user input during interval.
Immediately stop any current activity (wait, play, record, etc.).
play PLAYTHIS and return only when done.
Plays the PLAYTHIS and then waits for the sequence of the digit input finished. If none are entered within TIMEOUT seconds, it re-plays the message again. It returns failure (undefined value) if no digits are entered after the message has been played REPEATTIMES (defaults to 3) times.
It returns a string (a sequence of DTMF tones 0-9,A-D and `*') without the final stop key (normally '#').
Returns an array ref of valid data formats (eg 'rmd', 'wav', 'au') the device will accept.