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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: Using RemoteAddressValve with an Apache mod_proxy_balancer
Date Sun, 20 Dec 2009 00:30:46 GMT

"André Warnier" <> wrote in message
> Bill Barker wrote:
> ...
>> If you have a svn checkout, then the command:
>>   svn diff >
>> will do it.  Alternatively, Cygwin has a Unix/Linux like diff utility.
>> Also, for a translation, it's probably not too bad if you just attach the 
>> fixed file.  The developer who grabs this can then run the "svn diff" 
>> command to review it.  But if it is either Mark or myself, then we 
>> probably won't really be questioning the translation ;).
> I tried to submit a patch file.
> I actually have an SVN client on my pc and it has a "generate patch" 
> option. Neat.
> Bugzilla : Bug 48413 has been added to the database
> To get back to the main issue, as long as I anway get the hang of this 
> stuff, and have checked out the SVN of Tomcat anyway,
> where in the /valves stuff do I find where it actually checks the "remote 
> IP" against which RemoteAddressValve operates ?
> And, supposing I were to tweak one or the other module, how do I create a 
> local version of Tomcat to test my changes on ?
> This is exciting stuff... ;-)

Look at the BUILDING.txt file in the top level Tomcat directory.  The only 
thing that it omits seems to be that the local Tomcat will be in the 
${tomcat.source}/output/build directory.

> If this is too vast as a question, just let me know and point me where to 
> get started maybe ? 

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