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Re: Where is ewoc--node-delete

From: Stefan Reichör
Subject: Re: Where is ewoc--node-delete
Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 21:14:03 +0200
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Thien-Thi Nguyen <address@hidden> writes:

> Stefan Reichör <address@hidden> writes:
>> Why was ewoc--node-delete removed?
> it was merged into its unique caller, the rationale being
> that "internal" (i.e., "ewoc--" -- note double hyphen) interfaces
> should not be multiplied needlessly.
>> So, how can one now remove a node?
> you can use `ewoc-filter' to remove nodes.  for example:
> (defun my-delete-nodes-with-data (ewoc data)
>   (ewoc-filter ewoc (lambda (d) (not (eq data d)))))
> if your program is calling `ewoc--node-delete' within a loop,
> that is a good chance to restructure it to let `ewoc-filter'
> do the looping.
> if not, perhaps it would be best to add `ewoc-delete-node'
> w/ the body of the former `ewoc--node-delete'.

I think the ewoc-delete-node is missing.
One could use the ewoc-filter trick above, but it is not the obvious
way to delete a node.

So please (re)add ewoc-delete-node.


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