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I don't think we should polute the code with stuff that is not needed, instead we should address the tests.
That tests also fails on my machine, here is a fix for it https://github.com/andytaylor/hornetq/commit/2c6bc8f6434e731af68253ffea9555d3c3206c3d . we should do similar stuff for any other tests that fail.
Howard, can you take a look at my commit and use it for the work your doing?
actually ignore that, but you get the idea
Yeah I agree we should focus on fixing on the test side.