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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [Bug 984] Changed - Invalid DTD for tasks
Date Thu, 15 Mar 2001 15:19:20 GMT
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=984

*** shadow/984	Thu Mar 15 07:01:06 2001
--- shadow/984.tmp.17618	Thu Mar 15 07:19:20 2001
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*** 2,9 ****
  | Invalid DTD for tasks                                                      |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  |        Bug #: 984                         Product: Ant                     |
! |       Status: REOPENED                    Version: 1.3                     |
! |   Resolution:                            Platform: PC                      |
  |     Severity: Normal                   OS/Version: All                     |
  |     Priority: Low                       Component: Optional Tasks          |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
--- 2,9 ----
  | Invalid DTD for tasks                                                      |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
  |        Bug #: 984                         Product: Ant                     |
! |       Status: RESOLVED                    Version: 1.3                     |
! |   Resolution: INVALID                    Platform: PC                      |
  |     Severity: Normal                   OS/Version: All                     |
  |     Priority: Low                       Component: Optional Tasks          |
  +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
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*** 92,95 ****
  classpath
  classpathref
  
! Should we open another bug rather than reopening this one?
--- 92,107 ----
  classpath
  classpathref
  
! Should we open another bug rather than reopening this one?
! 
! ------- Additional Comments From bodewig@apache.org  2001-03-15 07:19 -------
! lets say the DTD for <property> reveals an attribute that has not been intended
! as such.
! 
! The DTD is based on method signatures, the class implementing <property> has a
! method named setUserProperty which leads to the DTD entry. But its purpose
! has been different.
! 
! Technically you can use a userproperty attribute in a <property> task, but this
! is not what the method should be used for - and therefore you won't find
! documentation on it.

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