Maarten Koopmans wrote:
I am coding away on yet another client interface, and I can live in a situation where I have no watchers. Callbacks into my interpreter are a bit risky as well, so I am opting for the legacy style now, wrapping the c interface in such a way that it never allows watchers on paths (and hence, callbacks).

My question is: "legacy style" watchers... legacy implies they'll go? I hope not, or if so, we can get the C watcherless (I am not sure how the C API would handle a void (empty char*) pointer for a callback). I like being able to set the boolean to false for legacy style watchers - it saves me a lot of trouble.

afaik that just means "the old method" - pre v3 of ZooKeeper we only had the global watcher, no "per operation" watches. Single watcher is nice for centralizing watch processing, "per operation" is invaluable for library developers (on top of zk). I don't think either method will go away - if you like enter a JIRA and we'll update the docs to make this more clear (ie remove "legacy" and the connotations it may imply)



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