Lots of ideas

Neven Has haski at sezampro.yu
Sat Jan 12 05:57:24 PST 2002

On Fri, Dec 28, 2001 at 02:36:26AM -0600, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> The problem is: I want my program to take input arguments to reach parts
> of the profile. The first input argument I think that should be
> something like package, but there are no package tag for some commands,
> there is no identification for those, there are just there. The parser
> should do nasty stuff to reach those commands, like receive instead of
> an understandable "creatingdirs" a number. Basically that's the problem.

I see...

> It might not seem important to add groups to the alfs format just to
> make my parser work nice, but anyway I hope you can see that it is a
> Good Thing.

Well, it _is_ implementation-specific problem and we shouldn't really work
that way - adding stuff to ALFS to make parsers easier to write.

But as I said (I think I did, I can't remember - been a bit busy lately :),
I like the idea of some sort of grouping. If nothing else, it will make
profiles look better and more organized.


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