On 19.7.2013 13:10, Petr Vobornik wrote:
On 07/18/2013 05:29 PM, Jan Cholasta wrote:
On 18.7.2013 17:26, Martin Kosek wrote:
On 07/18/2013 05:22 PM, Jan Cholasta wrote:
On 18.7.2013 17:07, Martin Kosek wrote:
On 07/18/2013 04:53 PM, Jan Cholasta wrote:
Added patch which adds new hidden option no_members to suppress
processing for commands of all objects that have member attributes.
This can be
used by the WebUI to prevent member lookups where they are not
necessary (as we
discussed off-line with Martin and Petr).
1) Should the new option really have "exclude='webui'? I thought
that Web UI is
the main and only consumer of this option.
The 'webui' context doesn't actually exist and the only meaning of
is that the option is not shown in the output of the show_mappings
2) I would clearly state this is an internal option only, e.g.
+ doc=_('INTERNAL: suppress processing of membership attributes.'),
No other internal option has this kind of thing in its doc and nobody
it anyway, so we might just leave it like that IMHO.
3) It would be nice to state that this option is mutually exclusive
but given it is internal anyway and there is no central place to
define it, we
do not need to do that.
The options are not really mutually exclusive at this point, they
specified together, --all takes precedence.
Well, they can be specified together, but the option is then NOOP
confuse users which may have different expectations. Being explicit
as I said, in this case this is not a requirement.
I agree as well :-)
Functional ACK for Honza's patch (didn't break Web UI test suite)
Attaching Web UI patch.
1) Removed --all from _find and _show commands used by search pages. All
displayed attributes should be already included in default attributes.
2) Removed search_all_attributes - Not needed since introduction of paging.
3) Added --no-members options to search _show commmands.
Hmm, is the has_members function used to distinguish between objects
with members and without members? If so, would it be helpful to add the
no_members option to all commands (just like "all" and "raw"), so that
you don't have to do this check?
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