RFC: Syncrounous execution with fish ioslave was [PATCH] kdelibs/kio/kio/netaccess.cpp
bastian at kde.org
Thu Mar 20 15:10:49 GMT 2003
On Thursday 20 March 2003 15:50, Willy De la Court wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've tried to submit a patch for synchronous execution of commands for the
> fish ioslave but some people say it does not belong in the NetAccess class.
> The question is where should i implement it so everybody is happy with it.
> Is there a place where ioslave specific (synchronous) code can be placed.
> Or should it be placed in the NetAcess class but should the name be changed
> to "fish_execute" instead of just "execute".
Since NetAccess basically provides synchronous access to KIO::Job
functionality, I think that this is indeed a suitable place for it. KIO::Job
has some protocol specific functions such as http_post, adding fish_execute
would not be much different.
You could take a different approach and argue that it is more "execution"
related than that it is related to remote access. From that point of view,
KRun or KProcess would be more suitable candidates.
KProcess will be rather impossible though, since kdecore doesn't link to kio.
You could make a KRemoteProcess that derives from KProcess, but it might be a
lot of work to get it to behave similar to KProcess.
KRun isn't really synchronous but rather fire&forget, so I don't think that's
really an option.
I would go for NetAccess.
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