Github user cestella commented on a diff in the pull request:
@@ -34,15 +34,15 @@
* @param rawMessage
* @return If null is returned, this is treated as an empty list.
- List<T> parse(byte rawMessage);
+ List<T> parse(byte rawMessage, SensorParserConfig sensorParserConfig);
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@nickwallen The differences between `configurationChanged` and `configure`
is that `configure` has an existing intent and this would change it, we would
need to ensure every parser's configure implementation is compatible with this
change in intent and doesn't cause regression.
Regarding the similarity in names, I obviously don't think they're too
similar (otherwise I'd not have suggested it ;). I think
`configurationChanged` sounds like a hook that is called when configurations
change, which is exactly what it would be. `configure` has an existing
understanding, which is a one-time configuration.
I've expressed a desire to get rid of one of `init` or `configure`, but I
don't really care which.
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