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From Nick.Hollo...@pyrites.org.uk (Nick Holloway)
Subject Re: [PATCH] Bug 841 - JSPC stack fault on NT
Date Sat, 03 Mar 2001 09:55:55 GMT
steve.downey@netfolio.com (Steve Downey) writes:
> Under NT (and presumably any OS where File.sep != '/') JspC has a stack
> underflow at baseDirStack.peek() in ParserController.java. This patch
> converts from '\' to '/' for those cases. It also sets the package name for
> the class based on the URI, so that the java file is distinguished from
> others with the same name.

The problem with '\' as the filename seperator instead of '/' also
causes problems with "<jsp:include>", relative paths and JspC (see
Bugzilla #412).

I suggested there that it might be possible to just convert the '\'
into '/' before passing into CommandLineContext (in JspC).  This is
really what happens when running within Tomcat -- the path passed into
JspEngineContext has '/', not the local file seperator.

Unfortunately, I don't have a patch, as I'm not organised enough to get
a build environment running so I can test.

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