Patch for nALFS
haski at sezampro.yu
Thu Dec 20 09:17:21 PST 2001
On Wed, Dec 19, 2001 at 07:38:55PM +0000, Mark Ellis wrote:
> Actually the structure of both perl ALFS and nALFS make dropping in new
> handlers a piece of cake, so long as they don't do anything _too_
> fundamental to operation. I just ignore unrecognised elements, and from
> what i've looked at in Neven's code i think he does a simple validity
> check, not sure exactly but giving an "unrecognised" or "unsupported"
> message probably wouldn't be hard. I should put in a check, just haven't
> decided how to do it yet :)
This isn't very consistent in nALFS. Sometimes the compilation is aborted
with "no handler for this element" kind of messages, and sometimes it's
silently ignored. I should probably fix that.
> While we're on the subject Neven, love the way
> you use that HANDLER macro in elements.h, inspired coding !
Actually, I saw that in busybox. It's used there for the applets.
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