[Psi-devel] Any win32 developers willing to test build a patch for me?
rick at divinesymphony.net
Thu Mar 23 22:16:45 PST 2006
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|> Just checking to make sure this patch was actually received. I never
|> heard anything back and I wanted to make sure it didn't get silently
|> eaten by a spam filter.
| Sorry, I got it but haven't had a chance to test it for you yet.
Other than finishing up comments (adding doxygen comments now) and
correcting any cross-platform problems that might be found, I think I
have now completed this patch. A lot of stuff has moved to a more
appropriate place in the code-base, but the portions I need tested were
Doing this commenting though, I kinda ran into a dilemma. I presently
have a BIG comment block describing the syntax of the defaults.xml file.
~ This comment block is presently in the cpp file of the class that
implements the parser. I don't know if this should be considered
appropriate for long-term documentation (it's use is an unquestionably
expert level option designed for network/system administrators).
Should I leave the documentation in that source file, supply a separate
text file for it, or should it have a wiki page somewhere? Please keep
in mind the documentation will need to be kept in sync with any changes
that are added as options to the xml file (new versions might support
more features in the future).
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