I am toying around with the concept of dynamic configuration files for
Asterisk (http://www.asterisk.org), and I was wondering if its possible
to have a dynamic file that’s executed on read. Basicly, when executed,
the script would output a file that Asterisk is happy with, and
preferably the file could have the extension “.conf”, but inside would
be Ruby code. Is this possible, or am I pipe dreaming? Thanks.