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From r..@covalent.net
Subject Re: pool vs. context
Date Thu, 13 Apr 2000 15:55:08 GMT

> > Sure. +1. Whether Greg's a -1 or not makes a difference, yes?
> 
> The contexts hold more semantic items than memory pools. I don't think
> they should be called pools. I am somewhere between -1 and -0... I'm not
> quite sure. Say -0.5 -- I really don't think they should be called pools,
> I don't think we should change them, but I'm not vehemently against it and
> wouldn't want to hold up a large consensus. So... how many +1 votes are
> out there?
> 

As far as I have seen so far, there are about five or six +0s, and two
+1s.

> > Just don't lose the contexts. I don't care what we call them.
> 
> The user data is a necessary requirement. I've wanted to use them to pass
> items from one hook to another -- the best way to do this is drop the data
> into the request context.

Just as a re-assurance, the features didn't change when I renamed contexts
to pools.  It was just a name change.  :-)


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