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Re: [AMaViS-user] Feat req. policy inheritance

From: miha vrhovnik _at_nospam <_at_nospam>
Date: Tue Oct 26 2010 - 05:15:38 GMT
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"Mark Martinec" <> wrote on 22.10.2010 20:42:15:
Hi Mark,

thanks for the reply.
>Now that I finally set out to implement it, it turns out that
>it already works this way and that documentation is wrong.
>Versions up to 2.2.1 (no longer in 2.3.0) had some field names
>that did provide a default value for nonexisting fields and stop
>the search, but even then the NULL/undef value did not stop
>further scanning of matching records. There could have been
>an earlier version behaving as it was documented, memory on
>that is fading me.
That is very nice to hear, it meant that you had a very little work to do(just fixing the docs).

>Thanks for pointing out the documentation problem. If you find
>that current implementations do not meet your expectations,
>please let me know.
Will do, thanks.
>(sorry for responding in English, I expect others too might be
>interested in a reply)
I'm not having problem with that. I do expect replays in English when conversations are happening on the mailing lists where it's a official language.

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