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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33453] - Jasper should recompile JSP files whose datestamps change in either direction (not just newer)
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2005 22:03:23 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From jamie@white-mountain.org  2005-02-08 23:03 -------
(In reply to comment #1)
> Changes to a file that make the change timestamp older instead of newer seems 
> like a special (if not outright wrong) use-case.

I don't agree that using version control is a special or wrong use case. In
fact, I think the opposite is true.

Example:
1) Check out a JSP file from VC and deploy it where Tomcat can see it
2) Access the JSP file via a web browser, so it gets compiled
3) Change it locally, deploy the changed version (newer timestamp)
4) Access it via a web browser; Tomcat correctly shows the updated version.
5) Revert to an older version from VC and deploy that.
6) Access it via a web browser; Tomcat ignores the changes and shows the output
of a nonexistent JSP page




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