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mkdir_p in jruby fails if more than one part of the path is nonexistent #45
When running zk.mkdir_p("/foo/bar") in an empty zookeeper tree an NoNode-exception is thrown, but it's not caught in the handler, so no recursion is performed. It is possible to use it to create a single new level (mkdir_p("/foo")), mimicing the behavior of create.
This is on jruby 1.7.0-preview1 and 2.
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This is tested in the unit tests, though I haven't run it with 1.7.0. Can
On Tuesday, August 28, 2012, ghallberg wrote:
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