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From Peter Firmstone <j...@zeus.net.au>
Subject Re: qa tests
Date Sat, 14 Nov 2009 06:38:03 GMT
I'm implementing a replacement for java.security.Permissions called 

The majority of tests (jtreg) are passing, however I haven't committed 
this due to the about to be released River 2.2.0 still supporting Java 
1.4 (we voted on this some time back) and my implementation using Java 5 
language and libraries.

I've also created a new interface RevokeablePermissionCollection, with 
the ability to revoke(Permission ... permission) for read write 
PermissionCollection's  and revokeAll(Permission permission) for read 
only and read write PermissionCollection's.  My implementation wraps any 
existing PermissionCollection, the wrapper is also using a 
ReentrantReadWriteLock to allow concurrent reads and synchronized 
writes.  I figured this would fit in nicely with DynamicPolicy.

Seeing its almost finished, I'd be prepared to commit it if no one has 
any objections.  I'd like a way to make it's use optional but haven't 
thought that part out yet.

I'll post a patch update on jira River-323 soon, then I'll commit your 



Sim IJskes - QCG wrote:
> Peter Firmstone wrote:
>> I'm running into problems with the following test, it doesn't have 
>> jsk-policy.jar on it's classpath
>> Anyone know where to set the classpath for this test?
>> The missing class file 
>> org.apache.river.security.concurrent.ConcurrentPermissions is in 
>> jsk-policy.jar
> I'm running the test from the trunk release (r834002) and a can't find 
> a org.apache.river class. It doesn't either though.
> Where can i find the org.apache.river stuff?
> Gr. Sim

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