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Re: Changing the way the server looks for hooks

From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2002-11-13 02:41:40 CET

Branko Čibej wrote:

> Karl Fogel wrote:
>> Our hook system works fine as it is, except for the [eminently
>> solveable] bug that the hooks don't get invoked under Windows, due to
>> extension lossage.
> Ah, but the whole point is that it's _not_ [eminently solveable].
> Taking file associations into account, there could be literally
> hundreds of extensions to check. Trying that doesn't make sense, when
> it's so easy to make the whole process platform-independent. What's
> the difference between editing a script, and editing a config file?

I like the use of server side config files myself. I think they are
inevitable long term.
Just my .002


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Received on Wed Nov 13 02:40:08 2002

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