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From rdowner <>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-brooklyn pull request: Add ManagementContext.getConfigWi...
Date Tue, 10 Nov 2015 16:05:45 GMT
GitHub user rdowner opened a pull request:

    Add ManagementContext.getConfigWithExternalConfigResolved()

    I'm not really sure about this. Throwing it out there to see what people think.
    The external configuration supplier feature is great, but it doesn't work with site-wide
configuration defined in This PR is an attempt to add this function.
    It, unfortunately, is not a simple matter. Because external configuration is *defined*
in, there's a possible recursion problem. We could resolve this during
initialisation of the management context, but we want to keep the behaviour that the configuration
suppliers are invoked whenever required and always return fresh values, rather than resolving
them at startup and leaving them to go stale. Some of my attempted solutions exposed weird
    So the simplest possible thing is to not attempt to retro-fit this but instead add a new
method which explicitly retrieves the values, with configuration resolved
there and then.

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    $ git pull brooklyn-properties-external-config

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    This closes #1018
commit e5fe7a3acce158fbd9b0cf97e69b5c7a1f779a04
Author: Richard Downer <>
Date:   2015-11-10T15:51:15Z

    Add ManagementContext.getConfigWithExternalConfigResolved()


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