[Users] #DEFINE equivalent?

Kanakatti Mahesh Subramanya mahesh at aptela.com
Sat Aug 27 21:04:51 CEST 2005

Actually, thats exactly what I'm using right now.

Its just the difference 'tween m4'ing everything, vs. having some 
limited de-referencing capability built into the config file.

Then again, now that I think about it, most everything that you can that 
requires hard_coding values can also be done using AVPs in some form or 
the other
e.g.  prefix(), strip(), etc. can be done through avpops. 

The only one that I can't think of an easy work around is 

So, short of some *very* fancy AVP logic, I guess that *that* would be 
the only place where one woudl need to actively hardcode stuff and/or 
use m4.

I could live with that...


p.s.  anybody thinking of AVPing record_route_preset()

Elena Ramona Modroiu wrote:

>you could try m4 macro processor http://www.gnu.org/software/m4/ .
>Kanakatti Mahesh Subramanya wrote:
>>It would be useful if we could DEFINE parameters in the .cfg file
>>define SOME_IP=
>>and somewhere later in the file
>>Speaking as someone who has to manage openser.cfg instances across
>>multiple servers (not to mention test environments!), it would
>>certainly make my life a heck of a lot easier....
>>Users mailing list
>>Users at openser.org
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