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Re: How to handle properties file

From: Sascha Brawer
Subject: Re: How to handle properties file
Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 21:54:37 +0200
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Hi Nicolas,

I think the default config file should not be shipped as part of, but instead installed as a separate file. Sorry, I don't have the time right now to fix it myself...

-- Sascha

Nicolas Geoffray wrote:

On Thu, 2005-05-19 at 16:27 +0200, Michael Koch wrote:
On Thu, May 19, 2005 at 03:14:44PM +0200, Nicolas Geoffray wrote:
Hello all,

I'm a student in a french university and finalizing a jvm
implementation, using the gnu classpath. I'm having a few questions (i
hope it's the right place to ask).

First question : how can i handle properties file stored in the A simple example is the readConfiguration function in
java/util/logging/LogManager class file. It first trys to get a
"java.util.logging.config.file" property which should be a path in the
filesystem. The thing is, it's in the file. There might be a
hack somewhere in the FileInputStream to read from a zip file, but i'm
not aware of it.
Use java.lang.Class.getResourceAsStream(String)

I didn't know that function. Powerfull! So then, shouldn't the function
readConfiguration from LogManager make a call like


to have an InputStream instead of looking for system properties?

Other question : shouldn't the function postInit from
vm/reference/gnu/classpath/VMSystemProperties be native? It's my vm that
reads the commande line that stands before the name of the class to
The VM* classes are special to the VM, they may be native but does not has
to be. E.g. in JikesRVM and JNode nearly all stuff is implemented in Java
itself. So it depends on your VM.



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