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SIP Programming on RUBY?

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Hi, I'm wondering if anyone had any experience with programming in Ruby for SIP? For example, if I want to write a SIP client .... would it be possible in Ruby?

Mainly because I have Ruby experience.

But any other languages etc that anyone can recommend would be good.

I'm looking at something on a Linux platform.

Thanks.
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I guess anything is possible, but why reinvent the wheel.  Asterisk is stable, mature, and open source...
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Hi, correct me if I'm wrong ... Asterisk is a SIP Server ... I'm looking to do things that simulate a SIP client and can do things like connect back to a database, do some queries, get info back and forth, play audio files back etc....

Let me know if there's an SDK out there that can interface back somehow to an existing SIP server...
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We recently had a presentation at the East Bay Ruby Meetup about Twilio and how you can use that with Ruby to generate a telephony app; see http://www.meetup.com/EBRuby/events/14952584/ for a bit more information about the presentation and the presenter, Ken Robertson.

See http://www.twilio.com/ for information about the Twilio service, and there's at least one gem at https://github.com/twilio/twilio-ruby for interfacing with Twilio from Ruby.
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Glad that helped, #binele; thanks for the points!
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