[sheepdog] [PATCH 3/6] introduce sd_getopt as an alternative to getopt_long
morita.kazutaka at lab.ntt.co.jp
Tue Nov 6 03:52:20 CET 2012
At Tue, 06 Nov 2012 10:38:42 +0800,
Liu Yuan wrote:
> On 11/05/2012 11:29 PM, MORITA Kazutaka wrote:
> >> > Is this flags for check necessary? We already set 'type' of parameter at
> >> > the very beginning (at sd_opt_param struct), so we can do type check at
> >> > the parse phase and throw error message when meeting invalid parameters.
> >> > So when we call sd_opt_param_get(), we should get what we specify at
> >> > sd_opt_param struct and no need to check type after calling this function.
> > I tried the similar type check first, but I found that --snapshot
> > option of 'collie vdi xxx' allows both number and string; if optarg is
> > number, vdi_parser regards it as a snapshot id, and otherwise, the
> > function regards it as a snapshot tag. So vdi_parser needs to know
> > how parse_sd_opt_value() parsed the arugment, and that's the reason I
> > gave up doing the type check in option.c.
> For this case, I think both number and string can be first interpreted
> as string at sd_opt level. 'collie vdi xxx' command can optionally to do
> further operations for proper checks.
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