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From Dion Gillard <>
Subject Re: [JELLY] LoopTagStatus done
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2004 22:28:25 GMT
How long?

It depends. At least a few days usually until someone gets to it, and
that's if it's all fine and dandy.

Will check it out as soon as I can.

On Wed, 29 Sep 2004 05:13:04 -0700, Ben Anderson
<> wrote:
> Hi,
> It turns out I'm blocked from getting to jira here at work, so I guess I have to
> post this patch here.  This concerns jelly-150 in jira.  I had attempted to fix
> the LoopTagStatus feature (which is described in the jira entry), but was
> unsuccesful.  I played with it a little more, and it seems to be working fine
> now.  I was using an anonymous inner class which extended Object.  I changed it
> so that  the anon. inner class now implements LoopTagStatus.  This is an
> interface which needed to be added to the project.  I actually just took it out
> of the standard taglibs project.  This is fine, right?  I made the test a
> little more robust as well, which ended up catching a bug.  The "end" attribute
> should be inclusive, but it was being exclusive.  Anyways, I don't think I can
> inline the patch in this email, because I'm using web-email.  And I don't think
> attachments make it through list, do they?  I'll put the patch here:
> I'll also post it to jira when I get home.  So, I'm just curious - how long does
> it usually take to be included?
> Thanks,
> Ben
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