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[jetty-users] Debugging a dry-run issue
  • From: "Cantor, Scott" <cantor.2@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2023 17:35:28 +0000
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I think this commit between 10.0.14 and 10.0.15 is breaking my init script, which I know is quite non-optimal, but for debugging purposes...could I ask what the purpose of [1] is and what its functional impact is supposed to be?

What I think is happening is that it's single-quoting all my ini-sourced properties. Simple excerpt from --dry-run:



It's clear from my results that Jetty does not see the latter at all, it's ignoring all my properties and using its defaults, but I don't know if I'm overlooking anything. Thought I'd start with "what's the intended change?".

I have historically had to do some sed magic on --dry-run to keep things working and I can probably do the same since I don't think my working command lines ever had any single quotes, but I'm still poking.

-- Scott


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