[Developers] patches to lib/sbin and lib/make
schnetter at aei.mpg.de
Tue Apr 19 17:21:57 CDT 2005
On Tuesday 19 April 2005 23:28, Yaakoub wrote:
> The following patches fix a lot of bug reports that will be changed
> once the patch is confirmed and applied.
> New configuration.ccl parsing and bindings are implemented.
> Cyclic dependencies for configuration (require) and cyclic
> dependencies for interface(inherits) are now detected and displayed,
> CST error 1:
> -> Found a cyclic dependancy in configuration
> Inheritance now is included in the topological sorting for the
I'm sure that someone requested this from you, so I'm asking not you but
in general: Why should that be necessary?
> Interface checking is now more powerful, detecting identical
> variable/group names from inheritance.
I checked that patch before, and I found it very useful for finding
duplicate variable names. I'm asking myself whether duplicate group
names should be allowed. Group names never appear solitary; they are
always prefixed with the thorn name in which they are declared, and
thus there would be no ambiguity. I guess that's a design decision
that we have to take here, taking into account that this change will
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