Commit 252ef727 authored by Michal 'vorner' Vaner's avatar Michal 'vorner' Vaner
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Revert "[2209] Interface of the getCachedZoneWriter()"

This reverts commit 81239246.

This should have gone to a branch, not to master. Reverting it until it
gets reviewed properly.
parent 81239246
......@@ -43,7 +43,6 @@ typedef boost::shared_ptr<DataSourceClientContainer>
// and hide real definitions except for itself and tests.
namespace memory {
class InMemoryClient;
class ZoneWriter;
/// \brief The list of data source clients.
......@@ -290,31 +289,6 @@ public:
/// the original data source no longer contains the cached zone.
ReloadResult reload(const dns::Name& zone);
/// \brief Return value of getCachedZoneWriter()
/// A pair containing status and the zone writer, for the
/// getCachedZoneWriter() method.
typedef std::pair<ReloadResult, boost::shared_ptr<memory::ZoneWriter> >
/// \brief Return a zone writer that can be used to reload a zone.
/// This looks up a cached copy of zone and returns the ZoneWriter
/// that can be used to reload the content of the zone. This can
/// be used instead of reload() -- reload() works synchronously, which
/// is not what is needed every time.
/// \param zone The origin of the zone to reload.
/// \return The result has two parts. The first one is a status describing
/// if it worked or not (and in case it didn't, also why). If the status
/// is ZONE_RELOADED, the second part contains a shared pointer to the
/// writer. If the status is anything else, the second part is NULL.
/// \throw DataSourceError or anything else that the data source
/// containing the zone might throw is propagated.
/// \throw DataSourceError if something unexpected happens, like when
/// the original data source no longer contains the cached zone.
ZoneWriterPair getCachedZoneWriter(const dns::Name& zone);
/// \brief Implementation of the ClientList::find.
virtual FindResult find(const dns::Name& zone,
bool want_exact_match = false,
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