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From "Bogdan Pistol (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (VYSPER-205) Bosh-0.4 - Servet + SSL + flash crossdomain
Date Sun, 30 May 2010 20:41:36 GMT

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Bogdan Pistol updated VYSPER-205:
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    Description: 
This patch implements a Servlet that acts like a BOSH handler.
The pom.xml is updated to depend on jetty-servlet.
Jetty SSL is implemented and a keystore is provided to test on HTTPS.

Because there are already 2 patches (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VYSPER-204) I cannot
make incremental diffs against SVN (only a total patch that will incorporate the previous
diffs/patches). So I used the GNU diff command to create a unified diff that is incremental
to the other patches. First you have to apply the first patches and then this patch that is
only incremental for easy reading. The actual command to create the diff is:
            diff -x ".svn" -urN tree1 tree2
And to apply the patch from within the xep0124-xep0206-bosh folder:
            patch -p1 < the-patch

It also works in Eclipse from Team -> Apply patch, ("Ignore leading path name segments"
should be 1 in the second screen of the wizard)

  was:
This patch implements a Servlet that acts like a BOSH handler.
The pom.xml is updated to depend on jetty-servlet.
Jetty SSL is implemented and a keystore is provided to test on HTTPS.

Because there are already 2 patches I cannot make incremental diffs against SVN (only a total
patch that will incorporate the previous diffs/patches). So I used the GNU diff command to
create a unified diff that is incremental to the other patches. First you have to apply the
first patches and then this patch that is only incremental for easy reading. The actual command
to create the diff is:
            diff -x ".svn" -urN tree1 tree2
And to apply the patch from within the xep0124-xep0206-bosh folder:
            patch -p1 < the-patch

It also works in Eclipse from Team -> Apply patch, ("Ignore leading path name segments"
should be 1 in the second screen of the wizard)


> Bosh-0.4 - Servet + SSL + flash crossdomain
> -------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: VYSPER-205
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VYSPER-205
>             Project: VYSPER
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: extension
>            Reporter: Bogdan Pistol
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: bosh-0.4-binary.tgz, bosh-0.4.patch
>
>
> This patch implements a Servlet that acts like a BOSH handler.
> The pom.xml is updated to depend on jetty-servlet.
> Jetty SSL is implemented and a keystore is provided to test on HTTPS.
> Because there are already 2 patches (https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/VYSPER-204)
I cannot make incremental diffs against SVN (only a total patch that will incorporate the
previous diffs/patches). So I used the GNU diff command to create a unified diff that is incremental
to the other patches. First you have to apply the first patches and then this patch that is
only incremental for easy reading. The actual command to create the diff is:
>             diff -x ".svn" -urN tree1 tree2
> And to apply the patch from within the xep0124-xep0206-bosh folder:
>             patch -p1 < the-patch
> It also works in Eclipse from Team -> Apply patch, ("Ignore leading path name segments"
should be 1 in the second screen of the wizard)

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