On Tue, 2005-01-18 at 10:20, Lennert Buytenhek wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 18, 2005 at 09:43:51AM -0500, jamal wrote:
> > > If you do this, please consider using Juniper config syntax instead
> > > of doing it the Cisco/quagga way.
> > Juniper is XML driven config files?
> Uhm, no :) The main advantage over Cisco (IMHO, the last thing I want
> is to start a holy war) is hierarchical config syntax, and the ability
> to commit/rollback all your changes in one go. It's unfortunately
> rather more verbose, though.
As long as a machine(as opposed to a human) is worrying about the
verbosity - should be fine ;->
> Example at the bottom.
It has a well defined structure. Do you know if the publish the bnf to
it? Are these guys gonna come after us if we replicate it you think?
> > btw, libio uses libevent; i recall you said you had some alternative to
> > it.
> Yeah, ivykis (http://libivykis.sourceforge.net/) has been happily used
> in-house at my last job for years but never really caught on anywhere
> else, which is perhaps because I never did much lobbying for it. The
> way it works also requires all code written for it to be fully async
> (can't use blocking code anywhere), which I think is an advantage but
> everyone else thinks is a disadvantage.
very similar to libevent. I am gonna start using yours because then i
could send you emails which start with "Dear sir, .. i have doubts
because it doesnt work" ;->