Re: Patch for potential recursion issue
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On Tue, 27 Apr 2010, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
I'm working on a module that reports which methods can be invoked by a given overlord (minion-to-minion) in the presence of acls. To do this, I've been recreating a bit of what the system list_methods() module does. I've found that I can get into an infinite recursion because of how the handlers are discovered. I'm attaching a patch that allows me to break this recursive loop by placing the problematic code into a private method. Note that it's just a reordering of the checks that tell if a given method is a valid public handler.
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