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From: "Remy Maucherat" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2005 11:06 AM
Subject: Re: cvs commit:

>Bill Barker wrote:
>> This should be 'org.apache.catalina.sendfile' (or, if you prefer,
>> 'org.apache.tomcat.sendfile').  Otherwise, you'll get BZ reports like:
>> <whine>
>> In my application Filter I do
>>   request.setAttribute("sendfile.filename", new MySendFileName());
>> and my application breaks on 5.5.10.  It worked fine on 5.5.9.
>> </whine>
>Well, I'll add a ckeck for the token to avoid this. It's completely
>broken anyway right now (Mladen says it can be fixed), so there's a
>chance that this feature will be scrapped.

I remember reading a while back on [EMAIL PROTECTED] that there were some 
with sendfile on Windows.  I don't remember the details, and I don't follow
[EMAIL PROTECTED] to know if they have been fixed.

>Passing attributes to the lower layer is harmless (and I don't quite
>like huge names, but I can change them if you want to).

I don't care if you pass all attributes to the Coyote Request.  It might
even be A Good Thing.  It's just that if we follow the spec recommendation
in section 4.2, we can say that the 'org.apache.catalina' attribute name
space is reserved for Tomcat internal attributes.  Reserving the 'sendfile'
namespace for Tomcat internals is rather arbitrary, and more likely to break

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