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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 15435] - New Preferences Architecture
Date Fri, 19 Sep 2003 08:36:59 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rolweber@de.ibm.com  2003-09-19 08:36 -------
Hi folks,

my apologies for taking so long to look into this again. The current
architecture is definitely useful, so take these comments as something
that might just as well end up on the lower end of some to-do list :-)
There are two things I'm not quite happy with:

1. Taking HttpClient as an example, I'm missing a constructor
   HttpClient(HttpClientParams)
   I really want a way to instantiate classes without triggering
   the properties loading mechanism at all. Second best would be a
   setParams(HttpClientParams), so I can simply copy the params
   of another client. Ok, the copying idea makes more sense using
   HttpMethodParams and HttpMethodBase as an example :-)

2. From a design point of view, shouldn't HttpMethodParams better
   be an attribute than a base class of HttpClientParams?
   Since that would require parsing properties into different
   params objects, I don't really think it's worth the effort.
   I just want to put it up for discussion.

cheers,
  Roland

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