eclipsify: log4j.properties are not recognized in test mode because conf folder is too late on classpath
When running the test launch in eclipse, the log4j.properties file is not recognized because the conf folder is the last classpath entry.
This is the same problem that has already been fixed for the "normal" launch in the commit 129f13.
Will add a pull request soon.
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(from [358820adbbf7737103fe6e7527762adb86816b3b]) [#629] Use /conf folder in classpath of test launch before the rest https://github.com/playframework/play/commit/358820adbbf7737103fe6e...
[#629] eclipsify: log4j.properties are not recognized in test mode because conf folder is too late on classpath https://github.com/playframework/play/commit/161bce95c32b14e6dc0cb9...
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