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Caiviar is a programming interface for creating interactive voice response (IVR) applications using CAPI. It supports dialtones, barge in, text-to-speech, hold/retrieve, three party conference, and fax. It has interfaces in C++, Java, Perl, and Python.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Jul 2004 16:27

    Release Notes: Some bugs and memory leaks have been fixed. The Java interface has been reworked. The performance of connect() has been improved. Dialtones now also work after hold/retrieve.

    •  22 Jun 2003 11:39

      Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed. There is now support for SVox TTS and remote Realspeak TTS servers.

      •  11 Dec 2002 17:12

        Release Notes: Some problems with Realspeak and too long texts have been fixed. Support for cross-compilation using MingW has been added. The SimpleCapi library now has interfaces for Python, Perl, C++, and Java.

        •  18 Nov 2002 11:23

          Release Notes: In this release, some bugs which prevented compiling on Win32/Cygwin have been fixed.

          •  06 Nov 2002 22:26

            Release Notes: Several serious bugs have been fixed.


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