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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: IP issues
Date Fri, 28 Jan 2005 00:14:44 GMT

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From: "Mark Thomas" <>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <>
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2005 2:08 PM
Subject: Re: IP issues

> Having raised this in the legal-discuss mailing list, the result was
> that there is actually no issue to worry about here. See
> for details.
> With this in mind we need to consider what, if anything, to do now. I
> see the following options:
> TC5
> - Need to populate
> Options
> 1. Do nothing. Wait for patches to be submitted.
> 2. Re-instate the contents of the properties file based on Jason's
> previous class and include appropriate text in the NOTICE file.
> Something like:
> <notice>
> is based on code originally
> written by Jason Hunter [] as part of the book "Java
> Servlet Programming" (O'Reilly). See <a
> href=""></a> for
> more information. Used with permission under the Apache 1.1 license.
> </notice>
> TC4
> - Don't need to do anything
> Options
> 1. Do nothing
> 2. Port Remy's enhancements to o.a.c.util.CharsetMapper
> TC3
> - Uses o.a.t.util.http.LocalToCharSetMap which has been deleted
> Options
> 1. Re-instate the file.
> 2. Work around it as suggested in Bill's previous e-mail
> My own views are:
> TC 5 - option 2
> TC 4 - option 2
> TC 3 - option 1 (less effort for us)

Nobody follows the j-t commit messages I see ;-).  Option 2 has already been
implemented in j-t (or Gump would be nagging us about it by now :), so it is
now 2 that is less effort.  For Remy's peace of mind, option 1 was always to
re-instate the file in j-t (where it once lived long ago).

> Mark
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