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Re: help needed implementing a new store class

From: Trek
Subject: Re: help needed implementing a new store class
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 04:21:04 +0100 (MET)

On 27 Oct 2003, Niels Möller wrote:

> > It is normal that my LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not used when setting
> > translators?
> I believe it works like this: When a (passive) translator is started, it
> inherits environment variables from its parent process, just like any
> other process. The parent process is the filesystem process for the
> process in which the translator is installed. So if /home/nisse is on
> the root ext2 filesystem, and I install a translator on
> /home/nisse/foo, then its parent will be the ext2 process, *not* my
> shell.

Thank your for this description, i don't thought about it. Now i've
debugged my class and added what was missing.  Thanks.

> Setting an active translator is different, in this case I think it
> should inherit environment variables from your shell. Anyway, you can
> pass environment variables explicitly by something like

i've got the same problem with active and passive translators.. uh? :-)

the translator is running now, but i don't know how to ask the password
to the user... but i will think more about this.
With storecat it is good, but it is readonly.  Here the source


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