"scott.stark(a)jboss.org" wrote : The reasoning was that it was too much of a file
system notion that did not have a useful meaning in general while isLeaf does.
But I'm saying that only isLeaf is not enough.
See the usage in next paragraph.
"scott.stark(a)jboss.org" wrote : Why would hotdeployment not check a jar when it
would check the corresponding unpacked form of the jar as a directory?
I'm not saying you wouldn't check it.
There is just no need to go and check the META-INF/*.xml changes,
since the change would already reflect on the root's lastModifiedTime.
But in order to know not to go 'in', is the isFile/isArchive directive.
"scott.stark(a)jboss.org" wrote :
| The thing we did consider was an isArchive notion for a compressed directory.
JarHandler/ZipContextHandler::isArchive==true, everybody else == false?
View the original post :
Reply to the post :