Part of this question has been partially discussed, as below.
On Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 9:18 PM, Martin B.
OK, I admit I was unclear. Let’s try from scratch:
- The return function from work() or general_work() is the amount of
items that were produced.
Says, now I need to create a sink block, and I need to highly customize
built-in forecast() function.
Hence I have two choices:-
(i). Create this as a sink block, then explicitly overwrite its
function in the body of the custom block.
(ii). Create this as a general block.
Question 1: Will option (i) above work?
Question 2: If a sink block is implemented as a general block, does it
still need to return noutput_items, or just return 0, or doesn’t matter
all ? (I guess it should return 0 because the sink block doesn’t