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From "Steve Loughran" <stev...@iseran.com>
Subject Re: optional tasks web page for ANT 2 ? or before ?
Date Mon, 22 Apr 2002 07:38:37 GMT

----- Original Message -----
From: "Cyrille Morvan" <cyrille_list@ingenosya.com>
To: <ant-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2002 20:31
Subject: optional tasks web page for ANT 2 ? or before ?


> Hello ant developers,
>
> It was very difficult for me to integrate a JOnAS EJB task in ant, it
seems
> now
> to be impossible to integrate my jythonc task (
> http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=8080 )

well the EJB extensions did need to go into Ant, because of the way it
stands; Jythonc doesnt, so we were pushing back. As I said in the
bugreport -why cant you put in jython. Axis tasks are in Axis, Batik tasks
are in Batik. So Jython stuff should go in the Jython jars.


> I think ANT need an official website to reference the optional tasks,
> not integrated into ANT. To help user to find and download the tasks
> that they need. A more dynamic page that the " External Tools and Tasks "
> page.

Somone suggested an entry in that open directory project, whatever its name
is.

>
> I don't think, it's a difficult job to implement this with Tomcat, Struts,
> fews EJB
> (for JOnAS sure :) and my MySQL. Do you think ASF servers would be the
> home of this project ???  (runtime and source)

no. because I dont think any of the servers have CPU power to burn on EJB,
or indeed much in the way of dynamic web pages. Apache is not sourceforge
you know (i.e. it will still be around in 5 years time, and is living off
donated systems and bandwidth, not VC donated cash). Mod_perl or nothing, I
suspect.


> But is there any already started project ? Else do you think that's a good
> idea ?
>
> You can have a look to CodeCentral : http://codecentral.borland.com/
> I like the concept, and it could be reuse for taglib in Struts, plug-ins
> for Tomcat, ...

Better yet, the junit community plug-in place, with seamless integration
with the IDE.

I think someone bought tasklibs.org for some central repository about 15
months ago, but dunno if that is still owned.








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