NetarchiveSuite

Updated heritrix dependency to latest NAS snapshot.

[maven-release-plugin] prepare for next development iteration

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[maven-release-plugin] prepare release netarchivesuite-5.4.2

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Merge branch 'NAS-2514'

Improved a log message with extra information.

replace with isTreatDnsLikeHttp()

replace with isTreatDnsLikeHttp()

NAS-2514 dns lookup problems
NAS-2514 dns lookup problems
If this is confirmed as the "correct" solution then we should consider making this the only behaviour isntead of having it configurable.

If this is confirmed as the "correct" solution then we should consider making this the only behaviour isntead of having it configurable.

Made queuing behaviour of dns: lookups in heritrix configurable.

Bumped version to 5.4.2-SNAPSHOT

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Added the required inline documentation and committed and pushed to master.

Added the required inline documentation and committed and pushed to master.

Experimental quota enforcer that always allows prerequisites

Note that this means that fetching of prerequisites is always allowed

Note that this means that fetching of prerequisites is always allowed

NAS-2514 "-50" Heritrix Codes
NAS-2514 "-50" Heritrix Codes
Class comment needed.

Class comment needed.

Experimental quota enforcer that always allows prerequisites

Merge branch 'master' of github.com:netarchivesuite/netarchivesuite

[maven-release-plugin] prepare for next development iteration

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[maven-release-plugin] prepare release netarchivesuite-5.4.1

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Changed version to 5.4.1-SNAPSHOT

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Merge remote-tracking branch 'origin/QueueBrowserPatch' into NAS-2754-frontier-issues

NAS-2752 - final corrections

Fixed NAS-2712 - changed the regexp used for metadata-retrieval to the one in the Reporting class. NAS-2752 - added more logging to verify if duplicationmigration lookup is turned on/off

No idea. In Java it wouldn't compile. But if you're interested if(new Object()){out.println("true")}​​​​​​​​​​​ else {out.println("false")}​​ ​if(null){out.println("true")} else {out.println("false...

No idea. In Java it wouldn't compile. But if you're interested

if(new Object()){out.println("true")}​​​​​​​​​​​ else {out.println("false")}​​
​if(null){out.println("true")} else {out.println("false")}
​if(""){out.println("true")} else {out.println("false")}
​if(!""){out.println("true")} else {out.println("false")}
if(".."){out.println("true")} else {out.println("false")}

gives

true
false
false
true
true

!

All followup committed, now

All followup committed, now

agreed

agreed