From: Thomas Klimpel (Thomas.Klimpel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-08-31 09:28:09
Andrey Semashev wrote:
> Not exactly. You don't have to override the transit handler unless you
> want to define some non-trivial transition logic. If you stick to the
> same degree of functionality that TMP provides (IOW, no runtime
> conditions for the transition to take place), then you can use the
> fsm::transition class as a direct replacement for the row template in
> the TMP approach.
> If you have to decide when and which state to transit to in runtime,
> then yes, you have to define your custom transition rule.
But how can I specify the "transition action", if not by overriding the "transit" method? And even if I override the "transit" method, how should I handle the fact that the event will still be delivered to the target state?
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