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Roxen.git/server/etc/modules/Variable.pmod/module.pmod:1: - // $Id: module.pmod,v 1.47 2001/04/11 05:32:28 per Exp $ + // $Id: module.pmod,v 1.48 2001/05/22 20:08:12 nilsson Exp $      #include <module.h>   #include <roxen.h>      // Locale macros   //<locale-token project="roxen_config"> LOCALE </locale-token>      #define LOCALE(X,Y) \    ([string](mixed)Locale.translate("roxen_config",roxenp()->locale->get(),X,Y))   
Roxen.git/server/etc/modules/Variable.pmod/module.pmod:303:    return res;    }       mixed transform_from_form( string what,mapping|void v )    //! Given a form value, return what should be set.    //! Used by the default set_from_form implementation.    {    return what;    }    -  void set_from_form( RequestID id ) +  void set_from_form( RequestID id, void|int(0..1) force )    //! Set this variable from the form variable in id->Variables,    //! if any are available. The default implementation simply sets -  //! the variable to the string in the form variables. +  //! the variable to the string in the form variables. @[force] +  //! forces the variable to be set even if the variable already +  //! has the new value, forcing possible warnings to be added.    //!    //! Other side effects: Might create warnings to be shown to the    //! user (see get_warnings)    //!    //! Calls verify_set_from_form and verify_set    {    mixed val; -  if( sizeof( val = get_form_vars(id)) && val[""] && -  (val = transform_from_form( val[""] )) != query() ) +  if( sizeof( val = get_form_vars(id)) && val[""])    { -  +  val = transform_from_form( val[""] ); +  if( !force && val != query() ) +  return;    array b;    mixed q = catch( b = verify_set_from_form( val ) );    if( q || sizeof( b ) != 2 )    {    if( q )    add_warning( q );    else    add_warning( "Internal error: Illegal sized array "    "from verify_set_from_form\n" );    return;