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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 17934] - Dates too late in jar entries
Date Fri, 18 Apr 2003 01:15:03 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From anders_wallgren@alum.mit.edu  2003-04-18 01:15 -------
In my book the impact of this bug cannot be overstated: it has cost us hours 
and hours of developer and QA productivity.

Let me say that again, for emphasis: this bug has cost us hours and hours of 
developer and QA productivity.

Every single time we deploy a new WAR, the application servers rebuild the JSP 
files, either on server startup or page access, depending on the configuration.

Multiply this by a dozen people doing dozens of deployments a day, and then 
think about whether this should be an 'enhancement request' or 'bug'.

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