[Patch] setup: site.cc: dot[3] may not be valid.

Max Bowsher maxb1@ukf.net
Fri Dec 2 00:16:00 GMT 2005

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Bas van Gompel wrote:
> Op Thu, 01 Dec 2005 16:45:31 +0000 schreef Max Bowsher
> in <438F28AB.80109<at>ukf.net>:
> :  Bas van Gompel wrote:
> : > Op Wed, 30 Nov 2005 22:18:54 +0000 schreef Max Bowsher
> : > in <438E254E.5070101<at>ukf.net>:
> [patch for site.cc]
> : > :  I've rewritten all the pointer work in terms of STL strings, and will
> : > :  commit it now.
> : >
> : > Nice, but three-letter TLDs now sort at the beginning, not the end.
> :  I'd assumed that was what the original coder intended.
> How odd. The original code used '~'.

True. What I meant was, given the choice between putting the
geographically-indeterminate sites first, or putting all the sites in
countries beginning with 'a' first, I chose the former, and I'm assuming
this is an obvious choice, but it was never made, since the
categorization code was broken.

> :  I'm quite happy to put them at the end, if consensus points that way.
> I have no strong opinion on this either way.
> BTW: Is anybody working on using a listview or treeview iso a listbox
>      for the site-list? if not, I might have a go...

There was a mention this month by Rajesh Balakrishnan, though that was
only a possibility, not a definite intention.

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