Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Fri Sep 18 14:20:16 GMT 1998
cvs -t co sambaold -r BRANCH_NTDOM. richard, i think you/we would be
better off looking at what i did and doing the same thing, rather than
first off: remove clientutil.c
second: global/search/replace all references to the silly global variables
that client.c and clitar.c use in clientutil.c, replacing them with
clientgen.c structure member variables instead.
third (optional): put all other silly global variables that client.c and
clitar.c use for their own purposes into a structure.
fourth (optional): pass the clientgen.c structure and the structure in (3)
above as _arguments_ to all the client.c and clitar.c functions instead of
them being global member variables.
then, putting the BRANCH_NTDOM code in will be a hell of a lot easier.
On Fri, 18 Sep 1998, Richard Sharpe wrote:
> I have been working on rewriting parts of clitar.c to make it easier to
> understand and modify, and now want to fix client.c as we agreed a while ago.
> That is, merge in the stuff that Luke did in the NTDOM branch some time ago.
> Can anyone tell me how to pull down the relevant stuff so I can merge it in?
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