On Mon, 8 Nov 2004, Oliver Jowett wrote:
> Kris Jurka wrote:
> > Let me be more clear. I like the properties file method for configuring
> > external libraries (postgis), but I don't like it for configuring the
> > driver itself. Specifically consider your addition of prepareThreshold=5,
> > suppose I wanted to override this setting with my own properties file.
> > Then I'd have to be real careful about how I setup my classpath.
> Ah, ok.
> Currently, if someone wants to change a default, they have to either
> modify the driver source and recompile, or remember to override the
> built-in default in every single URL ever used.
> If the default is stored in a properties file packaged with the driver,
> they can tweak the default by editing that properties file, which seems
> much easier.
We're getting closer to understanding each other. I've just committed
a version of this patch that reads all available
org.postgresql.driverconfig.properties files and uses them to set any
defaults. My whole point is that I did not want to put a
driverconfig.properties file in postgresql.jar because we don't need to
and it will only create potential problems.
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