[Red5] Getting tests working
steven.s.elliott at gmail.com
Fri Dec 23 15:53:51 EST 2005
On 12/22/05 17:47, "Dominick Accattato" <daccattato at gmail.com> wrote:
> Not sure about the Spring filter. Also, are you referring to the fact that
> there is conditional logic located in the handler to check for . (dot) files?
I was hoping there would be a way to do this in the GenericRed5Context
by providing PathMatchingResourcePatternResolver with an Ant path excluding
(dot) files. Looking into it further apparently this is not possible. For
instance in a build.xml you can declare Ant <excludes> globally (not to
mention that Ant comes default configured to ignore a large set of file
types including .cvs and .svn). I don't see any way to do this with
Spring's AntPathMatcher. As you suggest the best/only solution seems to be
the current implementation.
> DemoService.java is in org.red5.server.example. Is your suggestion to move
> them to org.red5.server.sample? or to move them to an example src folder and
> include in the classpath?
Initially I was thinking they should be in:
For instance I have moved both EchoService and IEchoService from the
org.red5.server.service directory to org.red5.examples.echoService and
recompiled. I then added hosts/__default__/examples where I stuck a copy of
echoService.js and rewrote the app.xml to point to the above class.
DemoService could be relocated/refactored as well with no change in
classpath at least that I can tell? The only alterations to the .java files
was to modify the package.
IMHO this cleanly separates example code from test code and provides a means
to factor out the example code from the server code when a jar needs to be
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