Bug in FreePBX that prevent PhoneBook to say number Imprimer

There is a funny bug in FreePBX that prevents the PhoneBook application to "say numbers", meaning you can't hear the numbers if there are any in the PhoneBook name of the entry. As an example, for "OC9 Technologies", the PhoneBook application will only say "OC", bypassing the 9. This bug has been there for ever and it is still there in 2.3.0 :

in 2.3.0 in agi-bin/pbdirectory, line 222 :

} else if (('1' <= $string[$i]) && ($string[$i] <= '0')) {

should be replaced with :

} else if (('0' <= $string[$i]) && ($string[$i] <= '9')) {

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Not the way to file bugs
1 jeudi, 22 novembre 2007 13:59
gregmac
This is not the proper way to file bugs, nor is linking from the voip-info wiki page. Please use http://freepbx.org/trac/newticket
Re: Not the way to file bugs
2 vendredi, 01 février 2008 00:48
oc9
We'll do sir !

Thanks for your great work on FreePBX ;-)))

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