From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 28 2003 - 02:33:22 PST
The situation is as follows: XEP 3.63 tries to analyze all Java
properties whose names do not contain dots and issues warnings
on STDERR. I.e. setting property -Dmystuff=123 (but not -Dmy.stuff)
will make XEP print "unrecognized option mystuff, skipping" on STDERR.
This behavior is a bug indeed - we will fix it in the next release.
Thanks for your feedback.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
CB> We are using the RenderX API, and we are calling Driver.init after
CB> putting any necessary renderX settings into System.getProperties()
CB> object. However, in the latest version 3.63, we noticed that a number of
CB> spurious messages about unrecognized option are sent to System.out.
CB> After some investigation, it seems that the latest version of XEP
CB> outputs an unrecognized option message to std out for everything (except
CB> XEP settings) in the System.getProperties() object.
CB> I also noticed that the latest API has an overloaded version of
CB> Driver.init() to which a specific Properties object can be passed. I
CB> have tried to work round this issue by calling the new Driver.init method
CB> and passing a new Properties object containing just renderX specific
CB> options. However, the messages are still sent to System.out.
CB> I feel it is bad behaviour for XEP to be sending warnings to
CB> System.out. Instead it could send these messages to the EventLogger or
CB> just ignore them. After all its not unusual for System.getProperties to
CB> be filled with all sorts of settings.
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