Subject: Re: [boost] Library for configuration file parsing
From: Denis Shevchenko (for.dshevchenko_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-11-29 14:19:14
On 29.11.2010 20:49, Hal Finkel wrote:
> Many times it should be an error, but sometimes it should be a warning.
> In some sense, it depends on how robust your validation routine is (does
> it except '+' with a mailbox name, or multiple mailboxes, etc.), but
> sometimes people use a custom syntax for private (internal) messaging,
> and since, in the end, the e-mail address is just an uninterpreted
> string being passed to the SMTP server (or similar), the user sometimes
> needs the ability to use private extensions.
You are right, Hal, I'll remember this.
> In my opinion, just provide a reload function.
Already. There are two functions:
- configurator::reparse( const std::string& path_to_new_configuration_file )
First variant for reparsing "old" configuration file, second - for
reparsing new configuration file.
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