Thomas Koch commented on ZOOKEEPER-909:
In our build.xml we still have the old Sun link for javadoc (
http://java.sun.com/javase/6/docs/api/ ). This link redirects to
However when trying the old Sun link in my browser I first got a timeout while
the second attempt worked.
So one possibility would be that I just had bad luck? Or is there any cache
between the javadoc task and the Sun website? I've introduced a new class (
java.util.concurrent.CopyOnWriteArraySet ). Maybe this class has not yet been
used elsewhere and therefor I need to hit the Sun website while other builds
are served from some cache?
Anyhow. It would be best, if the build would not need to access the internet at
all. I don't now javadoc good enough, but the ant task documentation gives me
the impression that it should be possible to build the docs also offline:
( see documentation for the "link" element )
> Extract NIO specific code from ClientCnxn
> Key: ZOOKEEPER-909
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZOOKEEPER-909
> Project: Zookeeper
> Issue Type: Sub-task
> Components: java client
> Reporter: Thomas Koch
> Assignee: Thomas Koch
> Fix For: 3.4.0
> Attachments: ClientCnxnSocketNetty.java, ZOOKEEPER-909.patch,
> ZOOKEEPER-909.patch, ZOOKEEPER-909.patch, ZOOKEEPER-909.patch,
> This patch is mostly the same patch as my last one for ZOOKEEPER-823 minus
> everything Netty related. This means this patch only extract all NIO specific
> code in the class ClientCnxnSocketNIO which extends ClientCnxnSocket.
> I've redone this patch from current trunk step by step now and couldn't find
> any logical error. I've already done a couple of successful test runs and
> will continue to do so this night.
> It would be nice, if we could apply this patch as soon as possible to trunk.
> This allows us to continue to work on the netty integration without blocking
> the ClientCnxn class. Adding Netty after this patch should be only a matter
> of adding the ClientCnxnSocketNetty class with the appropriate test cases.
> You could help me by reviewing the patch and by running it on whatever test
> server you have available. Please send me any complete failure log you should
> encounter to thomas at koch point ro. Thx!
> Update: Until now, I've collected 8 successful builds in a row!
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