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From Dan Sandberg...@cs.stanford.edu>
Subject Re: CVS problem with SSIServlet file
Date Fri, 24 May 2002 18:55:28 GMT
Perhaps Bill had the same problem when he tried to submit my code.

The code I posted on this list had the file named SSIServlet.java ( not 
SsiServlet.java ) and the web.xml file called it SSIServlet.java.

Bill changed those both to SsiServlet, perhaps because of the problems 
you are having.

Maybe SSIServlet.java is already is in the repository attic and is 
causing a conflict? Maybe there's some case-insensitivity thing going on 
( I know CVS is case-sensitive )?

Can someone muck around in the repository and see what's going on?

-Dan

Remy Maucherat wrote:

>>Remy,
>>
>>I just fixed the SSiCommand.java case and have updated several times from
>>    
>>
>CVS
>  
>
>>without any problems.  Tomcat 4 CVS HEAD now builds fine for me.
>>One of my updates did get delayed for 10-15 seconds while you had a lock
>>on one of the SSI files.
>>
>>I no longer see an SSIServlet.java or SSiServlet.java in my local copy
>>of the TOmcat 4 cvs repository.
>>    
>>
>
>I removed the file, but wasn't able to add it back, because of the error I
>got from the server :-(
>
>Remy
>
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