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Re: rc.subr: Passing extra arguments to run_rc_command
On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 05:53:42PM +0000, Julio Merino wrote:
> [ Please CC me any replies ]
[But not me, Bernd]
> The run_rc_command function from rc.subr(8) only allows giving it a
> command name, and this command name cannot take any extra arguments.
> While writing an rc.d script for monotone, which provides a few
> non-standard commands, I felt the need to pass extra arguments to my
> custom commands. To do so, I had to mess around with the original
> argv, which is obviously not a nice approach.
If you would give some example why that is needed.
> Therefore, I'd like to modify run_rc_command to take a set of optional
> extra arguments that will later be fed to the _precmd, _cmd and
> _postcmd functions. See the attached patch.
> Any objections or comments?
That won't help you for the current supported NetBSD releases which do not
support such a feature if this is going into the tree.
As written above it would help to see a specific example why you need it.
IMHO it would be better to leave it like it is now.
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