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Re: [patch #1599] [Patch #1599] store_typed_open on file name doesn't ca

From: James Morrison
Subject: Re: [patch #1599] [Patch #1599] store_typed_open on file name doesn't call store_open
Date: Fri, 1 Aug 2003 07:37:25 -0400 (EDT)

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> Summary: store_typed_open on file name doesn't call store_open
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> Date: Thu 07/31/2003 at 23:17
> By: marcus
> Comment:
> This patch is definitely wrong.  The code should do the following:
> FOO:BAR - Open the class FOO with parameter BAR
> FOO: - Open the class FOO with no parameter
> :BAR - Open the file BAR (with store_open)
> BAZ - Try to find a class BAZ, and open that with no parameter, but if class 
> is not found, open file BAZ with store_open.

 From what I remember while looking at this problem we'd get passed the code
where FOO:BAR, FOO:, and :BAR where looked at then try to decide about BAZ.
BAZ would be looked up in a dl opened library which caused a segfault.  This
means that we currently don't get back to the point where store_typed_open
calls store_open on BAZ.  If we could get passed looking up BAZ as a class
we would get to store_opening BAZ as a file which should fix parted.


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