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Re: 2.0.3 compatibility, CompressFilter and Solaris startup script... / Re: new Jigsaw release (2.0.3)

From: Roland Mainz <Roland.Mainz@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de>
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 1999 00:03:12 +0200
Message-Id: <37A22120.97F455BC@informatik.med.uni-giessen.de>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org

Hi !

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Yves Lafon wrote:

> > > The Jigsaw team is happy to announce the new release 2.0.3 release of
> > > Jigsaw [1].
>
> > XML-based config - das this mean we can read&modify the config without
> > jigadm(2) ??
>
> Yes ;) But you will have to stop the server to do that, otherwise Jigsaw
> may overwrite a store you modified when it unloads a store.

Does this mean that any other tools can generate jigsaw's config-files, too ?
What about a apatche -> jigsaw config converter ?? :-)

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> > Long long ago I mailed CompressFilter.java (e.g. GZIP and ZIP compression)
> > in this ML... is there no need for such a thing ??
>
> I have to create a clean dir for contribution, and perhaps a contribution
> jar, with the modified jigadm(in).zip also. I twould be the best place, as
> the MANIFEST file could have information about authors...

This isn't neccesary. Simply put it into the filters/ directory.

The other thing was the modified NegotiatedFrame with the "first_match" (use first

matching resource instead of sending the choice page)...

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> > I've a new version of jigsaw.server (e.g. /etc/init.d/jigsaw.server for
> > automatic
> > server startup/shudown script for Solaris).
> > Any interest in it ??
>
> Yep! Some of your scripts are already in the distrib (see scripts).

I filed an update for the jigsaw.server script (the pre-V1.8 version had some
problems with shutdown...)

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Bye,
Roland

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