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Paul J Collins sneakums at eircom.net
Mon Jul 31 18:04:58 PDT 2000

>>>>> "Bad" == Bad  <mr.bad at pigdog.org> writes:

>>>>> "PJC" == Paul J Collins <sneakums at eircom.net> writes:
    PJC> That would be funny, except CORBA is absolutely no use for
    PJC> parsing configuration files.

    Bad> interface Scanner {
    Bad>         // set the Parser to send tokens to 
    Bad>         void setParser(in Parser p);

    Bad>         // submit next character
    Bad>         void setC(in string nextChar);
    Bad> };
    Bad> interface Parser {
    Bad>         // set the parse handler to handle parse events
    Bad>         void setParseHandler(in ParseHandler ph);
    Bad>         // when the scanner finds a new token, tells us here
    Bad>         void nextToken(string token);
    Bad> };

    Bad> interface ParseHandler {
    Bad>         void parseEvent(in string eventName, in sequence<string> params); 
    Bad> };

    Bad> And OF COURSE I didn't actually check that.

Certainly, since you lack an implementation.  And my comment stands;
CORBA doesn't do the work, the implementation called up into by the
skeleton does.

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