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From Michael Grinder <mgrin...@rightnow.com>
Subject [PATCH] Case sensitive attributes in ApacheConfig's javadoc
Date Fri, 06 Jul 2001 21:23:11 GMT
The javadoc in ApacheConfig lists the attributes as all lowercase. Some
parts of these attributes need to be capitalized. For example, the
attribute modjk actually needs to be modJk.

Index: ApacheConfig.java
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RCS file: /home/cvspublic/jakarta-tomcat/src/share/org/apache/tomcat/modules/config/ApacheConfig.java,v
retrieving revision 1.15
diff -u -r1.15 ApacheConfig.java
--- ApacheConfig.java	2001/07/04 05:09:56	1.15
+++ ApacheConfig.java	2001/07/06 20:52:07
@@ -86,21 +86,21 @@
     </pre>
     where <i>options</i> can include any of the following attributes:
     <ul>
-     <li><b>confighome</b> - default parent directory for the following
paths.
+     <li><b>configHome</b> - default parent directory for the following
paths.
                             If not set, this defaults to TOMCAT_HOME. Ignored
                             whenever any of the following paths is absolute.
                              </li>
-     <li><b>jkconfig</b> - path to write apacke mod_jk conf file to. If
+     <li><b>jkConfig</b> - path to write apacke mod_jk conf file to. If
                             not set, defaults to
                             "conf/jk/mod_jk.conf".</li>
-     <li><b>workersconfig</b> - path to workers.properties file used by
+     <li><b>workersConfig</b> - path to workers.properties file used by
                             mod_jk. If not set, defaults to
                             "conf/jk/workers.properties".</li>
-     <li><b>modjk</b> - path to Apache mod_jk plugin file.  If not set,
+     <li><b>modJk</b> - path to Apache mod_jk plugin file.  If not set,
                         defaults to "modules/mod_jk.dll" on windows,
                         "modules/mod_jk.nlm" on netware, and
                         "libexec/mod_jk.so" everywhere else.</li>
-     <li><b>jklog</b> - path to log file to be used by mod_jk.</li>
+     <li><b>jkLog</b> - path to log file to be used by mod_jk.</li>
     </ul>
     <p>
     @author Costin Manolache


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