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Section: globus rsl (3) Updated: 7 Jun 2010
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int globus_rsl_value_print_recursive (globus_rsl_value_t *globus_rsl_value_ptr)

char * globus_rsl_get_operator (int my_op)

int globus_rsl_print_recursive (globus_rsl_t *ast_node)

char * globus_rsl_unparse (globus_rsl_t *rsl_spec)

char * globus_rsl_value_unparse (globus_rsl_value_t *rsl_value)
 

Function Documentation

 

int globus_rsl_value_print_recursive (globus_rsl_value_t * globus_rsl_value_ptr)

Print the value of a globus_rsl_value_t to standard output. The globus_rsl_value_print_recursive() function prints a string representation of the RSL value node pointed to by the globus_rsl_value_ptr parameter to standard output. This function is not reentrant.

Parameters:

globus_rsl_value_ptr A pointer to the RSL value to display.

Returns:

The globus_rsl_value_print_recursive() function always returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS.

 

char* globus_rsl_get_operator (int my_op)

Get the string representation of an RSL operator. The globus_rsl_get_operator() function returns a pointer to a static string that represents the RSL operator passed in via the my_op parameter. If the operator is not value, then globus_rsl_get_operator() returns a pointer to the string '??'

Parameters:

my_op The RSL operator to return.

Returns:

The globus_rsl_get_operator() function returns a pointer to the string representation of the my_op parameter, or '??' if that value is not a value RSL operator.

 

int globus_rsl_print_recursive (globus_rsl_t * ast_node)

Print the value of an RSL syntax tree to standard output. The globus_rsl_print_recursive() function prints a string representation of the RSL syntax tree pointed to by the ast_node parameter to standard output. This function is not reentrant.

Parameters:

ast_node A pointer to the RSL syntax tree to display.

Returns:

The globus_rsl_print_recursive() function always returns GLOBUS_SUCCESS.

 

char* globus_rsl_unparse (globus_rsl_t * rsl_spec)

Convert an RSL parse tree to a string. The globus_rsl_unparse() function returns a new string which can be parsed into the RSL syntax tree passed as the rsl_spec parameter. The caller is responsible for freeing this string.

Parameters:

rsl_spec A pointer to the RSL syntax tree to unparse.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_rsl_unparse() function returns a new string which represents the RSL parse tree passed as the rsl_spec parameter. If an error occurs, globus_rsl_unparse() returns NULL.

 

char* globus_rsl_value_unparse (globus_rsl_value_t * rsl_value)

Convert an RSL value pointer to a string. The globus_rsl_value_unparse() function returns a new string which can be parsed into the value of an RSL relation that has the same syntactic meaning as the rsl_value parameter. The caller is responsible for freeing this string.

Parameters:

rsl_value A pointer to the RSL value node to unparse.

Returns:

Upon success, the globus_rsl_value_unparse() function returns a new string which represents the RSL value ndoe passed as the rsl_value parameter. If an error occurs, globus_rsl_value_unparse() returns NULL.

 

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Index

NAME
Functions
Function Documentation
int globus_rsl_value_print_recursive (globus_rsl_value_t * globus_rsl_value_ptr)
char* globus_rsl_get_operator (int my_op)
int globus_rsl_print_recursive (globus_rsl_t * ast_node)
char* globus_rsl_unparse (globus_rsl_t * rsl_spec)
char* globus_rsl_value_unparse (globus_rsl_value_t * rsl_value)
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