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Re: normal vs. rescue mode commands

From: Tomas Ebenlendr
Subject: Re: normal vs. rescue mode commands
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2004 17:11:16 +0200
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> And what about enabling rescue mode commands in normal mode? (Of course
> the command 'normal' should be hidden). I cannot imagine rescue command
> that should be not accessible from normal mode. Now there are two
> IDENTICAL functions for commands like 'unset'. (they differ only by
> prototype).

There can be then two types of modules:
    1.) do not require 'normal' - implement only rescue mode commands
    2.) require 'normal' - implement normal mode commands (no need for
    rescue mode when we have normal mode)

This looks simpler than loading 'normal' and 'loaders' in arbitrary

It can be done two ways:
    - lazy - patch normal mode searching and executing command
        (I prefer this way)
    - busy - init of normal will generate command entries,
        and hook registering command in rescue mode.
        (I dislike this way because of the 'hook')
                                 Tomas 'ebi' Ebenlendr
                                 PF 2004.41997694672

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