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From GOMEZ Henri <>
Subject RE: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Tomcat 3.2 Final Release
Date Thu, 30 Nov 2000 15:09:17 GMT
The ANNOUNCEMENT was sent some days ago and people were very busy
to keep all in sync.

I suggest all persons who have sent patch to resend to the list for 
study and eventual integration in TC 3.2.1.

All the usefull patches will be included in the tomcat RPM,
I've just released at

I'll do sub release of RPM to fixes remaining problems but 
I known it's only for Linux (Redhat/Suse/Mandrake) users.

I could also generate .zip or .tar.gz from this RPM to let every
users a an up to date version of TOMCAT 3.2.

I'll wait for comments and patches.

"Pour la plupart des hommes, se corriger consiste à changer de défauts."
-- Voltaire 

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Rogério Meneguelli Gatto []
>Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 4:10 PM
>Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Tomcat 3.2 Final Release
>Hi, Henri,
>I also submitted a patch (yesterday, Nov 29) and before that a 
>request (Nov 20) 
>for Windows SMB Paths in Tomcat 3.2 server.xml.  On my first 
>post, I even 
>volunteered to make it work again (it did on 3.1 and it does 
>on 4.0).  I had no 
>answer to that post, and started to work "on my own".  I came 
>up with the patch 
>yesterday and sent it.  No replies either...
>I understand that not every contribution is accepted, but I 
>would like to at 
>least know why... Wasn't it well implemented?  Too dangerous 
>to commit without 
>more testing?  Im my case, are "\\machine\share\webapp" 
>docbases incompatible 
>with other goals?
>Rogério Gatto
>GOMEZ Henri wrote:
>> Sorry when did you submit the latest.
>> You could repost them and I could check and 
>> commit if valid
>> "Pour la plupart des hommes, se corriger consiste à changer 
>de défauts."
>> -- Voltaire 
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