A Python Interface to Asterisk
caret consists of a set of interfaces and libraries to allow programming of Asterisk from Python. The library currently supports AGI, AMI, and the parsing of Asterisk configuration files. The library also includes debugging facilities for AGI.
This project provides a single library for all Asterisk based needs of Python users and an easy transition to Python for PHP users from the PHPAGI package.
To install caret, simply run:
$ pip install caret
This will install the latest version of the library automatically.
Documentation is still under development and parts of it are hosted on https://ar13pit.github.io/caret/
Use Python docstrings for time being using Python’s built-in help facility:
import caret help (caret) import caret.agi help (caret.agi) import caret.manager help (caret.manager) import caret.config help (caret.config)
Some notes on platforms: We now specify “platforms = ‘Any’” in setup.py. This means, the manager part of the package will probably run on any platform. The agi scripts on the other hand are called directly on the host where Asterisk is running. Since Asterisk doesn’t run on windows platforms (and probably never will) the agi part of the package can only be run on Asterisk platforms.
Thanks to Karl Putland for writing the original pyst package and Matthew Nicholson for maintaining it for some years.
Thanks to Randall Degges for maintaining the pyst2 fork and accepting pull requests for some years.
Thanks to Arpit Aggarwal for carrying the development forward and starting the caret project.
This project has been released under GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0.