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Accumulo >> mail # dev >> Discussion for (potentially) excessive Shell setiter options


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Christopher 2013-01-30, 23:08
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Re: Discussion for (potentially) excessive Shell setiter options
+1 for more shell command to simplify.
On Jan 30, 2013 6:08 PM, "Christopher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I was going to add a warning to aggregators and filters, for the setiter
> shell command (for ACCUMULO-953), but it looks like a warning was already
> added for aggregators, and filters are no longer available anyway.
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> But, after looking at it, I see that it has a crazy amount of options, and
> I can't imagine that is very useful to users.
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> I think we need to re-think the practice of providing a separate option for
> separate iterators.
> The following I think are unnecessary:
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> -ageoff (--ageoff)
> -agg (--aggregator) // already has a deprecation warning
> -regex (--regular-expression)
> -reqvis (--require-visibility)
> -vers (--version)
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> because, we already have:
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> -class (--class-name)
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> I also think that if a particular iterator is really so useful that it
> requires a special option, it should probably be in a separate command that
> extends the setiter command, and reduces the number of options, instead of
> growing the number of options (though, this has a downside, too, in that
> there may grow an excess of commands).
>
> We have an opportunity to deprecate some of these options now (with a
> warning if used), before we release 1.5.0. Thoughts?
>
> --
> Christopher L Tubbs II
> http://gravatar.com/ctubbsii
>
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