Colin Goodheart-Smithe updated ZOOKEEPER-756:

    Attachment: zooInspectorChanges.patch

I have recreated the patch file.  I have done this a few times now and I'm not 
sure what I'm doing wrong so I've explained what I'm doing with TortoiseSVN 
below, if any of this is wrong could you let me know so that I can recreate it 

# Navigated to the repository folder in Windows Explorer
# Right-clicked the repository folder and selected TortoiseSVN --> Create 
# Selected the files I have changed in the dialog and clicked OK
# selected a location and name for the patch file and clicked Save.

The repository is set to check out from the following URL:

> some cleanup and improvements for zooinspector
> ----------------------------------------------
>                 Key: ZOOKEEPER-756
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ZOOKEEPER-756
>             Project: Zookeeper
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: contrib
>    Affects Versions: 3.3.0
>            Reporter: Thomas Koch
>            Assignee: Colin Goodheart-Smithe
>             Fix For: 3.4.0
>         Attachments: zooInspectorChanges.patch
> Copied from the already closed ZOOKEEPER-678:
> * specify the exact URL, where the icons are from. It's best to include the 
> link also in the NOTICE.txt file.
> It seems, that zooinspector finds it's icons only if the icons folder is in 
> the current path. But when I install zooinspector as part of the Zookeeper 
> Debian package, I want to be able to call it regardless of the current path.
> Could you use getRessources or something so that I can point to the icons 
> location from the wrapper shell script?
> Can I place the zooinspector config files in /etc/zookeeper/zooinspector/ ? 
> Could I give zooinspector a property to point to the config file location?
> There are several places, where viewers is missspelled as "Veiwers". Please 
> do a case insensitive search for "veiw" to correct these. Even the config 
> file "defaultNodeVeiwers.cfg" is missspelled like this. This has the 
> potential to confuse the hell out of people when debugging something!

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