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* Originally developed by Aaron Bannert and Justin Erenkrantz, eBuilt.
#ifndef __flood_config_h
#define __flood_config_h
#include <apr_file_io.h>
#include <apr_pools.h>
#include <apr_xml.h>
* The profile_init function (see below) reads a config_t object and
* constructs the profile_t that will be used for this test profile.
* XXX: For now this is simply the product of the apr XML parsing routines.
typedef struct {
apr_xml_doc *doc;
apr_pool_t *pool;
} config_t;
* Parse the configuration from the given input file descriptor,
* and return a config_t object. All memory allocated for the config_t
* is taken from the given pool.
config_t *parse_config(apr_file_t *in, apr_pool_t *pool);
* Count the number of children of the given element that have
* the name "name" and return it.
int count_xml_elem_child(struct apr_xml_elem *elem, const char *name);
* Simply returns the root of the parsed XML document.
apr_status_t retrieve_root_xml_elem(struct apr_xml_elem **elem,
const config_t *config);
* Search for the first child of the given top_elem that has
* the given name. Return APR_SUCCESS and set elem to the found
* element if successful, or APR_EGENERAL otherwise.
apr_status_t retrieve_xml_elem_child(struct apr_xml_elem **elem,
const struct apr_xml_elem *top_elem,
const char *name);
* Searches the configuration (starting at 'top_elem') for a particular node
* at the given path with a <name> of 'name'. If found
* the node is returned in the 'elem' parameter, and the function
* returns APR_SUCCESS. Otherwise APR_EGENERAL is returned.
apr_status_t retrieve_xml_elem_with_childmatch(struct apr_xml_elem **elem,
struct apr_xml_elem *top_elem,
char *path,
const char *child_name,
const char *child_value);
#endif /* __flood_config_h */