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> Experimental support for new features?
post Oct 9 2007, 12:43 AM
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You may remember "Simple Substitution" and "Functional Plugins" ideas.
They are ready to use.
We can give them a try at new WB build.
What I'm thinking about is:
- You add something like "/test001" parameter to WB command line parameters.
- If it is specified, you call Substitution plugin during script load (just replace reading cycle with calling plugin).
- Writing Substitution plugin should take about 10min because I already supplied substitution unit.
Such approach would allow you (and others) to play with those features safely.
I believe, it would be reasonable if you try making both (client and server) sides of the this plugin just to be comfortable developing the communication protocol. Of course, you can rely on my help and support.
What do you think?
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