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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 38223] - ConfigurableClasspathWebappLoader
Date Thu, 12 Jan 2006 19:12:17 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From oded@m-wise.com  2006-01-12 20:12 -------
Sorry, I didn't see your sources at first  
   
> I added the properties file support because you'd mentioned in your    
> email that you've a large numebr of paths to add to the CLASSPATH.    
> You'd mentioned fifteen lines, and fifteen lines worth of CLASSPATH    
> entries are better added individually and separately, than clubbed    
> together in one large string.   
   
I agree. The main problem is that I want to add only a small number of   
required projects for each webapp, but have many webapps with different   
requirements, which made the class path quite large as it had to address all   
the requirements in one place.   
   
I agree that clobbering everything in a single classpath element might be a   
problem. Is it possible to have child tags similar to an ant's fileset tag to   
include additional paths each with its own element ? from a quick look at the   
digester's interaction with the loader I couldn't see such a thing.  
 
Your code looks nice - I see you've implemented addRepository() - what is its 
use, except for interface completion ? I saw the bean-info object relate to 
something called "events" which lists 'add' methods. 

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