[ic] user defined functions?
samuel at phalanxit.com
Sun Jun 13 03:06:59 UTC 2010
Great, guys! I really appreciate your help. In the end, I found the file
under "usertag" in the interchange directory.
This has been the biggest treasure hunt gig I have every had. I spend more
time searching through spaghetti than I do actually coding.
On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 7:04 AM, Peter <peter at pajamian.dhs.org> wrote:
> On 11/06/10 23:52, Angus Rogerson wrote:
> > On 10-Jun-10, at 11:55 PM, Samuel Mullen wrote:
> >> <mime-attachment><ATT00001..txt>
> > It is likely defined in a file in code/UserTags/, or elsewhere under
> > code/. The file is not necessarily named the same as the tag. So, to
> > find the [fortune] tag (for example):
> > $ grep -r "fortune" interchange/code/
> > gives a file code/UserTags/fortune.tag which has UserTag statements
> > defining the function.
> > This might reveal a file which contains the actual code, or it might
> > point you to a module in lib which does the work.
> > Tags can also be defined in catalog.cfg (and interchange.cfg?)
> Yes, usertags can be defined in any config file (catalog or global) or
> any file included from one of those files. The files under the code
> directory are simply config files (automatically) included from
> > I don't have unlock-code on my system so I can't give you the actual
> > answer. Are you sure you have it? Where did you get it?
> > Given your example, this seems unlikely, but, is the tag in a
> > loop/list/search with prefix "unlock"?
> Good point, this could be the case.
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