Adhearsion 1.0.3: Bugfix Release

The Adhearsion team announces Adhearsion version 1.0.3.  This is a minor bug-fix release with only two notable changes: Fix the play() command regression when passing an array of strings.This was breaking the SimonGame. Deprecate ManagerInterface#send_action_asynchronously.This interface continues to function, but will now generate warnings. The second one may be interesting to anyone doing tricky things […]

Adhearsion 1.0.1 Released

We are proud to announce the release of Adhearsion version 1.0.1. This update primarily addresses compatibility with newer versions of other software but also adds native support for Bundler to newly created Adhearsion applications. Here are the highlights from the changelog: Ruby 1.9 is now an officially supported platform Fix compatibility with Rails 3 Better […]

Adhearsion 1.0 – Now Showing

Thanks to the hard work of many people in the Adhearsion community, I am pleased to be able to announce the immediate availability of Adhearsion version 1.0.  Since Jay Phillips first began work on the project in 2006 Adhearsion has changed the way developers think about telephony applications.  Now with several years of operating experience […]

Bugfix release: Adhearsion 0.8.6

I have just pushed Adhearsion 0.8.6 to Rubygems.org.  This release fixes an issue that occurred when packaging Adhearsion 0.8.5.  Due to an overly restrictive umask setting, the previous gem caused issues for some users who installed the gem system wide (for example, with sudo) and then tried to run Adhearsion as a normal user.  This […]

Announcing Adhearsion 0.8.5

We in the Adhearsion community are happy to announce the release of version 0.8.5 of our framework.  Adhearsion is a featureful framework for developing Asterisk-based applications using the Ruby programming language.  This latest release adds exciting new support for XMPP within Adhearsion applications.  Additionally we have focused on fixing outstanding issues, improving documentation and including […]