[openbeos] Re: BNetAddress update -- a question.
- From: Scott Mansfield <thephantom@xxxxxxx>
- To: openbeosnetteam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2002 16:06:37 -0700
On Sunday, Sep 22, 2002, at 12:48 America/Los_Angeles, Philippe Houdoin
.I don't think we should support backward compatibility here.
Who ever call BNet*::GetImpl() methods of the BeOS Net Kit C++ classes
Nobody that I know of. :-)
Dropping Nettle-wrapping compatibility is not required, I guess.
If you have give a look (and I hope you did, as Network team leader ;-)
) at current
uncomplete but yet not totally empty that the GetImpl() methods, which
we *have* to
implement as they're public, just return NULL:
"No Nettle backward compatibility".
Yes, I see that now. Interesting, I keep my local copy up-to-date via
CVS but I don't have the 'net' directory under headers--I'll toss my
copy of the tree and re-check it out, that's probably how I missed it.
Or did I miss something here?
And now that I look like a complete idiot, let's see how much deeper a
hole I can dig for myself.
No, you did not miss anything. I think that between Michael, you, and
myself we lost synchronization. I am the "code finisher" for the OBOS
project, so the responsibility for notifying parties involved and
synchronizing tasks falls squarely upon my shoulders. My typical
workflow should be: get task from Michael, contact team lead and let
them know what I'm doing, complete said task. Lather, rinse, and
repeat as necessary.
A little history is probably in order: I had been taking direction from
Michael with respects to programming tasks; my first task (back around
July I think) was the four BNetXXX classes in the network kit. This
was when David was team lead.
We discover that someone else is already writing these. Oops.
<more time passes>
We discover that whomever was working on the network kit lost interest,
so I get to pick up and start writing the classes again.
This oversight in not contacting you is completely my doing. For that,
Now, would you like me to finish off the aforementioned classes? :-)
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