Commons Configuration
  1. Commons Configuration
  2. CONFIGURATION-120

[configuration] Missing classes after move to commons proper

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
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      Description

      I just found out that the actual CVS head does not contain all changes of the
      latest sandbox commits. I think there was one commit, which added the class
      ConfigurationXMLDocument, a corresponding test class, an enhancement of the
      examples page and some smaller fixes. Obviously these changes have been lost
      when moving from sandbox to proper.

      With CVS view I found out that ConfigurationXMLDocument is now in the attic of
      CVS, in head it is missing. The same is true for the test case
      TestConfigurationXMLDocument.java. In examples.xml the last chapter about
      ConfigurationXMLDocument is missing; the version, which is in the attic of the
      sandbox contains this section.

      Some other incosistencies that occurred to me are in the conf directory. Some of
      the test configuration files for ConfigurationFactory had been modified to get
      rid off the unnecessary className attribute. The actual CVS versions have this
      attribute again. Here the versions in the sandbox attic are more actual.

      I don't know if more changes have been lost in the move, these are the ones I
      found out. If the idea is correct that they all belong to one commit, you may be
      able to restore all from the CVS log.

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            Reporter:
            Oliver Heger
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