Lumiera  0.pre.03
fake-configrules.hpp File Reference

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Mock/Test/Debugging Implementation of the config rules system.

Instead of actually parsing/analysing/resolving queries, this implementation uses a Table of hard wired queries together with preconfigured object instances as answer values. As of 1/2008 it is used to "keep the implementation work going" – later on, when we use a real Prolog interpreter, it still may be useful for testing and debugging.

the primary purpose of this header and fake-configrules.cpp is to define the type specialisations of the QueryHandler<TY>::resolve(solution,query) function(s). Below, there is a really confusing and ugly ping-pong game involving the faked solutions and the mocked defaults manager. This is spaghetti code, written for the reason everyone writes spaghetti code: to get away with it. So please look away, some day the real thing will be there, displacing this mess without further notice.
to be removed in Alpha, when integrating a real resolution engine /////////////////TICKET #710
See also

Definition in file fake-configrules.hpp.

#include "proc/mobject/session.hpp"
#include "proc/config-resolver.hpp"
#include "lib/depend-inject.hpp"
#include "lib/query-util.hpp"
#include "lib/util.hpp"
#include "lib/p.hpp"
#include <boost/any.hpp>
#include <string>
#include <map>


class  LookupPreconfigured< TY, BASE >
 building block providing the mock implementation for a single type. More...
class  MockConfigRules
 Facade: Dummy Implementation of the query interface. More...
class  MockTable
 the actual table holding preconfigured answers packaged as boost::any objects. More...


 Proc-Layer implementation namespace root.
 Media-Objects, edit operations and high-level session.
 Namespace of Session and user visible high-level objects.