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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 35014] - Please document the change in the context file XML format
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2005 16:46:40 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From apache-bug-db@web-startup.co.uk  2005-06-01 18:46 -------
(In reply to comment #1)

Sorry, my fault, I stand corrected re the bold comment - I was focused on the 
examples at the bottom of the page and skipped over the bold statement at the 
top of the page.  I'd therefore like to file a bug report about my eyeglasses 
please ;)

However despite my failure to read what was there (or perhaps because of it) I 
would still like to suggest (as also mentioned in report 35055) that it might 
be useful to put these sorts of issues either in the release notes, or if not 
appropriate there, to create a new doc at each version called something 
like "Upgrading from previous versions of tomcat"...?  Such a doc would be a 
boon for people with existing webapps, to help them make smoother upgrades to 
later TC builds.

Just a suggestion :)


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