[Olsr-dev] config parser
Fri Nov 28 20:26:57 CET 2008
Bernd Petrovitsch wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-11-27 at 14:33 +0100, Alina Friedrichsen wrote:
>> > hmm wonder if we should include that patch since kamikaze is gaining
>> > popularity.
> "That patch" from March needs work because both of olsrd and libuci
> But I don't think that going with 2 config-file syntax parsers is even
> remotely sexy in any way.
>> This patch would not be compatible with the current config in
>> Kamikaze, because it now make os specific things, to make the
>> configuration much easier for the user, that can't do the olsrd for
>> portability reasons in a clean way.
> Hmmm, which piece of software writes/generates that config file on
> I assume there are hooks and/or other means to adapt to the config file
> since usually the provisioning entity has to adapt to the provisioned
> device/software (and *not* vice versa).
The UCI config library contains a CLI as well which allows you to
update config files easily.
You can find both here as an external project:
I also made good progress on my ucimap addon. You can let it
automatically translate uci config sections into c data structures,
but I still need to write some docs for that (there is one example
file for it, though:
With ucimap it should be really simple to make a noninvasive config
adapter for olsrd.
Please let me know if you need further info,
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