[Nut-upsdev] [nut-commits] svn commit r1043 - in trunk: . docs drivers
selinger at mathstat.dal.ca
Sun Aug 12 01:00:57 UTC 2007
I think the following three lines are typos, should be alarm_set():
I thought ups.status was supposed to be a space-separated list of
tokens, so allowing multi-word tokens would perhaps not be a good
Also, the documentation (docs/new-drivers.txt) speaks of alarm "words"
not "phrases", and lists OVERHEAT as an example (docs/new-names.txt).
Will allowing multi-word alarms have any negative consequences?
I am happy, by the way, that you are working on the usbhid-ups driver,
which badly needs it. My child-care duties don't allow any time for
programming at the moment, so I had been hoping that someone might
step in if I sat on the sidelines long enough :)
Arjen de Korte wrote:
> Author: adkorte-guest
> Date: Sat Aug 11 19:31:11 2007
> New Revision: 1043
> Reworked the 'ups.status' processing of usbhid-ups. Most 'illegally' added status words are now reported as 'ups.alarm'. See the ChangeLog for a more detailed description of what has changed.
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