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Tomcat example source code file (

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Java - Tomcat tags/keywords

jspsourcedependent, jspsourcedependent, object, object

The Tomcat source code

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package org.apache.jasper.runtime;

 * Interface for tracking the source files dependencies, for the purpose
 * of compiling out of date pages.  This is used for
 * 1) files that are included by page directives
 * 2) files that are included by include-prelude and include-coda in jsp:config
 * 3) files that are tag files and referenced
 * 4) TLDs referenced

public interface JspSourceDependent {

    * Returns a list of files names that the current page has a source
    * dependency on.
    // FIXME: Type used is Object due to very weird behavior 
    // with Eclipse JDT 3.1 in Java 5 mode
    public Object getDependants();


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