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From dzmitrykashlach <>
Subject [GitHub] jmeter pull request: Dk
Date Wed, 30 Apr 2014 12:34:51 GMT
GitHub user dzmitrykashlach opened a pull request:



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    This closes #5
commit 8719d486af2c25b4ca8d8ff51dbc5cec739250d7
Author: dzmitrykashlach <>
Date:   2014-04-29T15:37:02Z

    add JMeter.patch

commit 6143233d3d2a07af4cefd773ed6aa896497eb716
Author: dzmitrykashlach <>
Date:   2014-04-30T09:48:30Z


commit 811640ea5913830a3182754cf5e692ba4a289d49
Author: dzmitrykashlach <>
Date:   2014-04-30T10:49:02Z


commit 86b1154cff470499270aba4d79a8683a26559dc8
Author: dzmitrykashlach <>
Date:   2014-04-30T11:43:56Z


commit 51c3133088d3f1925bd6ed589314f82573fb04e6
Author: dzmitrykashlach <>
Date:   2014-04-30T12:17:57Z

    add EngineReInitializer

commit 8897205e7c024004f8c107916276a7945c909914
Author: dzmitrykashlach <>
Date:   2014-04-30T12:34:20Z

    add continueOnTestFail: EngineReInitializer


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