Hooks idea for Bitmessage

[chan] bitmessage
Mar 12 17:31 [raw]

In my experience with WordPress the developers designed a very convenient feature into the engine called "hooks." All through the source code the many functions that WordPress performs are wrapped in an access layer of names. Each of these names is a hook. What this allows is for users to access the many functions without looking through the source code. One just names the hook, then passes parameters back and forth between the hooks without struggling to follow the operations in the source code. A user can name a hook, pass parameters to that hook, and forward the result to another hook. It is very useful for rapidly developing plugins. And I do mean very rapidly. You can be totally unfamiliar with the WordPress codebase, yet knowing the list of hooks you can very quickly script plugins that do a lot of functions. For example Bitmessage could have a "send" hook so that a plugin would access the send function and sandbox it. So then if one presses the send button in the bitmessage interface, the plugin that names that hook would grab the send, and take the parameters, operate on them, and then pass it back to the normal flow of the program. I could write a plugin that does something to the message, then returns it back to the normal flow of what program would do with send button. Is this something anyone has thought about?

[chan] bitmessage
Mar 13 06:03 [raw]

> For example Bitmessage could have a "send" hook so that a plugin > would access the send function and sandbox it. Last time I tried to make it flexible to extend functionality it created a vulnerability. So I'm not going to do this before certain measures are taken, for example coding standards and clear design. > Is this something anyone has thought about? Yes, see above. Peter Surda Bitmessage core developer

[chan] bitmessage
Mar 13 07:46 [raw]

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