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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35509] - [configuration] XMLConfiguration does not handle tag names with dots correctly
Date Mon, 27 Jun 2005 17:42:40 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From oliver.heger@t-online.de  2005-06-27 19:42 -------
> Another point, if the user decides to change all delimiters to something else,
> like "/", the double dot notation doesn't make sense anymore. Maybe doubling the
> delimiter would be more correct, that means replacing ESCAPED_DELIMITER in the
> code by PROPERTY_DELIMITER + PROPERTY_DELIMITER.

By "change all delimiters" do you mean by changing the constant's value in the
source file? I think there are multiple other places in different source files
where a "." is hardcoded.

But I agree that PROPERTY_DELIMITER + PROPERTY_DELIMITER would be the correct
value for the ESCAPED_DELIMITER constant. I can change this unless you insist on
a backslash (which should not mean that I cannot live with a backslash ;-).

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