Re:Re: ??:Re: Puzzled at "storeKeyPublic" and "storeKeyText"

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Date: Wed, 17 Apr 2002 14:52:18 +0800 (CST)

Thanks, Henrik pal!

Your reply helps a lot and gives me a light. :-)
Now I want to take several days to make myself familiar
with the basic data structures (for example, StoreClient)
and basic functions (for example, clientProcessRequest).

Then I will read the rest details, maybe the MD5 algorithm etc.

Is my working sequence correct?

Best regards,
George, Ma

----- Original Message -----
From: Henrik Nordstrom
Subject: Re: =?iso-8859-1?q?=3F=3F=3ARe=3A=20Puzzled=20at?= "storeKeyPublic" and "storeKeyText"
Sent: Wed Apr 17 14:26:38 CST 2002

> On Wednesday 17 April 2002 07:22, wrote:
> > I am a newbie of Squid. I start programming with
> > C/C++ three and a half years ago. How long do you think
> > it will take me to be familiar with most part of the source?
> The trick is not to know all the source, the trick is to know the
> coding style in which Squid is written and how to use search tools to
> find where to look when needing to find out a small detail.
> One tool I often use is grep.
> grep -rC IN_MEMORY .
> and if that isn't sufficient to tell what I am looking for
> vi `grep -rl IN_MEMORY .`
> and then do more detailed searches with the editor (I am using vi as
> editor).
> I have been involved in Squid since 1996, and I cannot claim I know
> all parts of the source, but I am familiar with the style in which
> Squid is written, allowing me to read the code when needed.
> > The source codes really puzzle me for the first week. Now it
> > is better but still have some troubles. :-)
> We all have troubles every now and then. Squid is written by many
> persons over a long period of time, so not all parts are done in the
> same manner.
> Regards
> Henrik
Received on Wed Apr 17 2002 - 00:52:35 MDT

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