Re: [siesta-dev] a few comments on Plugins

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From: Richard Clamp
Subject: Re: [siesta-dev] a few comments on Plugins
Date: 23:13 on 22 Nov 2003
On Sat, Nov 22, 2003 at 10:44:52PM +0200, Gabor Szabo wrote:
> 1)
> What happens (or what should happen) if I try to add a
> a plugin to a queue where it is not appropriate ?

It should get added.

> Is there such thing at all ?

No, I don't think so.  I think it's safer to assume that people will
put them where they should go rather than try to write code to
second-guess them.  That's my excuse anyway :)

> e.g. what will do the SubjectTag  in the 'sub' queue ?

All the subscription requests will get SubjectTagged.

> 2)
> I think I cannot set the personal preferences for the subject tag.
> Is it maybe because of the order of the plugins ?
> post plugins: SubjectTag Archive Send

Partly, and partly because the SubjectTag plugin isn't set to be
personal (personal plugins have a + in front of them).  The typical
way to have per-user subject tagging is to put it at the end like so:

post Archive Send +SubjectTag

I think in SubjectTags case that's maybe more sensitive as it
restrains itself from tagging something that's already tagged, so you
really want it to be purely personal.

Richard Clamp <>

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