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APR question.

From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2002-03-20 21:10:29 CET

Hey,

Since subversion is the only project listed as using APR other than 2.0
httpd. I was wondering if you guys could answer/"state opinion on" a
couple questions for me. I'm porting an old authentication module which
is a hack of a hack of mod_auth_external.

Anyhooo, I'm trying to use as much of the APR as I can. I noticed that
the array functions don't provide any access methods. I saw one module
casting the data to a pointer type and rolling from there. I thought
folks weren't supposed to access the incomplete types directly?

Also, are incomplete types the same as opaque types?

Please excuse my ignorance, it's a new term to me. As are bucket
brigades?
Anything incomplete "APR" items to avoid?

I've been digging through Subversion code and 2.0 server code and I must
admit I'm feeling pretty "soft" mentally. Coding Java has taken it's
toll on any "C" skills I once possessed.

Thanks,
Glenn

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