[Libvir] [Patch 2/4]: Xen inactive domains: hash file
veillard at redhat.com
Mon Sep 4 09:15:20 UTC 2006
On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 01:33:01AM +0100, Daniel P. Berrange wrote:
> The management of inactive domains uses the hashtable APIs for managing its
> list of config files. In doing so it needed some extra capabilities. This
> patch adds 3 new routines:
> - virHashForEach - iterate over all values in the hashtable invoking a
> callback for each one. Modifying the hashtable from
> the callback is forbidden, or bad stuff will happen.
> - virHashRemoteSet - iterate over all values in the hashtable invoking a
> callback for each one. If the callback returns non
> zero, the element will be removed.
Okay, I was suprized by the name virHashRemoteSet but it's actually
virHashRemoveSet so it all make sense.
> - virHashSearch - iterate over all values in the hashtable invoking a
> callback for each one. The first entry for which the
> callback returnbs non-zero will be returned.
I don't know if I should be pedantice about the presence of the function
comments, on one hand it may feel like a tedious routine at time but I
still like having those for long term maintenance. If needed I will just
add them myself when I have recovered my brain ( okay I open the door wide
to smart criticism:-)
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