[asterisk-dev] Deprecate every '* reload' CLI command?

BJ Weschke bweschke at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 12:11:48 CST 2007

Tilghman Lesher wrote:
> On Tuesday 27 November 2007 11:26:34 Eliel Sardanons wrote:
>> On 11/27/07, Russell Bryant <russell at digium.com> wrote:
>>> Eliel Sardanons wrote:
>>>> We could start a janitor for creating a 'foo reload' and we could make
>>>> de 'module reload *.so' do a module unload; module load
>>> I would rather not change the behavior of "module reload".  I think that
>>> would be much worse than just removing it, as it changes behavior that
>>> has existed for years.  Running "module unload / module load" isn't that
>>> bad.
>> So:
>> - Start a janitor to implement 'foo reload' for every module that does
>> something in the reload() handler function.
>> - Deprecate CLI command 'module reload <modulename>'
>> - Remove the 'reload()' handler function on every module.
> I wouldn't do this last one.  That is the handler that is called when we do
> a generic 'reload', for every single module.
 I agree with Tilghman.

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