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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14745] - [RFE] let serializer use request parameters
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2003 14:15:07 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jh@coeno.com  2003-06-19 14:15 -------
I have come across a few situation as well where I would like the serializer to
be a bit more "intelligent" depending on what the user input was... The
alternative ofcourse is to make your serializer configurable through external
config files (not sooo nice, should be possible from sitemap) or to implement a
different serializer for each case, assuming there aren't too many distinct
cases for different serialization.

Example from my project : I needed an animated gif serializer that would take a
listing of gifs and produce the animated gif. Now I had an implementation using
Imagemagick, and two other implementations using various other free image
libs/snippets around. I would like to define different sitemaps using the same
serializer with different underlying implementations, so I had to make three
different serializers for this.. doable but could be nicer.

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