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From Peter Donald <dona...@apache.org>
Subject RE: [Phoenix] Mutual Dependencies?
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2001 09:05:33 GMT
At 09:13  29/3/01 -0800, John H. Lee wrote:
>> >I need to have mutual dependencies between several of my 
>> components.  That
>> >is, ComponentA depends on ComponentB and ComponentB depends 
>> on ComponentA.
>> hmm - is it possible to refactor this into a third Block? The 
>> reason I ask
>> is because if mutual dependencies exist one of them will be 
>> passed to the
>> other block in a uninitialized state which could cause subtle 
>> and serious
>> problems.
>I dunno.  Think of my server as a queue/proxy.  It has a block for incoming
>connections (NetIn), a block for outgoing connections (NetOut), and a block
>for processing/queueing the incoming packets (Queue).
>Incoming packets (NetIn) must be placed in the Queue and sent on (NetOut).
>A response may come back in via NetOut, which needs to be communicated back
>to Queue (but not NetIn).  So, my dependency graph matches the flow of data:
>	NetIn --> Queue <--> NetOut

Like Paul said I would probably use a callback between Queue and NetOut. 

>Huh?!  Isn't BlockDAG run only once for the life of a server?

It's can be run multiple times though - when a management interface is set
up it will be called when shutting down blocks etc. 



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