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From "George H" <george....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: What defines current dir in "file.resource.loader.path"
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2008 05:46:21 GMT
On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 12:03 AM, Claude Brisson <claude@renegat.net> wrote:
> Velocity is a library. The current directory depends upon the java
> program using it (tomcat for instance).
>
> Excerpt from java.io.File javadoc:
>
>        By default the classes in the java.io package always resolve
>        relative pathnames against the current user directory. This
>        directory is named by the system property user.dir, and is
>        typically the directory in which the Java virtual machine was
>        invoked.
>
> But you can use relative resource loading with #parse and #include by
> adding the following to your velocity.properties file:
>
> eventhandler.include.class = org.apache.velocity.app.event.implement.IncludeRelativePath
>
>
>  Claude

Thanks, I'll try these out.


> Le mercredi 18 juin 2008 à 17:45 +0300, George H a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>
>> When I set up my resource loader config file I can put (according to
>> the developer docs) "file.resource.loader.path = ."
>>
>> My question is...  the current dir is where?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> George
>>
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