Archive for May 2017

Testing the new LCFG core : Part 2

May 18, 2017

Following on from the basic tests for the new XML parser the next step is to check if the new core libs can be used to correctly store the profile state into a Berkeley DB file. This process is particularly interesting because it involves evaluating any context information and selecting the correct resource values based […]

Testing the new LCFG core : Part 1

May 17, 2017

The project to rework the core LCFG code is rattling along and has reached the point where some full scale testing is needed. The first step is to check whether the new XML parser can actually just parse all of our LCFG profiles. At this stage I’m not interested in whether it can do anything […]

LCFG Core Project

May 2, 2017

Over the last few years I have been working on (and off) creating a new set of “core” libraries for LCFG. This is now finally edging towards the point of completion with most of the remaining work being related to polishing, testing and documentation. This project originated from the need to remove dependencies on obsolete […]