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From yeradis <yera...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Updated: (DERBY-1075) Combine the script and the test available for upgrade testing into a java test
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2006 21:10:06 GMT
hi David
i hope you and your family be ok really

and this too for all the derby world ;-)

i will not do that question about the backup system ;-) :-p
because i'm the first person who dont use it and by that mistake , i los 6
months of work
because i was trusted  on hardware backup
but with storm there is no way to trust in anything
jajaajaja  :-/ i luagh to no cry :-s

by the way i was  read the lines that are in your blog

really , thanks to you and to every body that has the amiability to do this
i mean contributions to all us with some comment , some project

and is true you are right , the english is not my language
i speak and write it like a parrot (tucan for example)
but i;m looky i read it very well ;-)
thats  enought starting in the way that i read 24 languages
other not so good by i defend me in reading :-p
and if i cant read something there is my good friend Google :-p with the
translator ;-)

thanks again

On 3/22/06, David W. Van Couvering <David.Vancouvering@sun.com> wrote:
> Well that really, really sucks.  It appears that my version of
> DerbyLoader.java on disk is corrupt, and that is my *only* copy.  Don't
> get me started on why I don't yet have a working backup strategy.
> I know what I need to do and can do it again, but that was a lot of work
> down the drain.  Sigh...
> Basically what I had written was a "child-first" classloader that loads
> from its search path *before* it loads from the parent.  I don't think
> you really need that, Deepa, your classloader works fine.  The usage of
> interfaces that you see in the rest of the code would work just as well
> for a standard URLClassLoader.
> David
> Deepa Remesh (JIRA) wrote:
> >      [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-1075?page=all ]
> >
> > Deepa Remesh updated DERBY-1075:
> > --------------------------------
> >
> >     Attachment: derby-1075-v2.diff
> >                 derby-1075-v2.status
> >
> > Thanks Andreas for pointing out the new case added to phaseTester. I had
> not noticed the change as it was committed after I uploaded my first patch.
> I have added this test to UpgradeTester and also updated the master. The new
> patch is uploaded as 'derby-1075-v2.diff'. With this patch, I have built
> and run the new upgrade test on WinXP using Sun JDK 1.4.2. Once this patch
> gets reviewed and committed, it will replace phaseTester.java and
> runPhases.ksh and we can remove these files.
> >
> > David, thanks for uploading your classloader work. I extracted the jar
> file using jar command but I find DerbyLoader.java in unreadable format. I
> am curious to understand what you have done but do not plan to work on it
> immediately. So whenever you get time, please check the jar file to see if
> you are able to read DerbyLoader.java.
> >
> >
> >>Combine the script and the test available for upgrade testing into a
> java test
> >>------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >>
> >>         Key: DERBY-1075
> >>         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DERBY-1075
> >>     Project: Derby
> >>        Type: Sub-task
> >>    Reporter: Deepa Remesh
> >>    Assignee: Deepa Remesh
> >>    Priority: Minor
> >>     Fix For:
> >> Attachments: classloader.jar, derby-1075-patch1-draft.diff,
> derby-1075-patch1-draft.status, derby-1075-v1.diff, derby-1075-v1.status,
> derby-1075-v2.diff, derby-1075-v2.status, loader.java, loader_v2.java
> >>
> >>Separating a part of DERBY-514 into a sub-task. This sub-task is to
> combine the script 'runphases.ksh' and the java file 'phaseTester.java'
> into a single java test. This will help to later add the upgrade tests into
> the regression suite. Also, this sub-task can be done independent of
> DERBY-1049 which is blocking DERBY-514.
> >
> >

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