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From Peter Donald <pe...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Phoenix and the manifest file
Date Mon, 31 Dec 2001 03:57:00 GMT
On Mon, 31 Dec 2001 13:06, Stephen McConnell wrote:
> Can anyone provide an update on the current status of the manifest file
> concerning Phoenix applications/blocks.  I've notified that several new
> blocks we have put in place are not including the manifest entry and
> everything works fine.  Is this a temporary thing or something I can
> depend on (i.e. can I depend on the non-dependency of the manifest to
> declare an Avalon block?).

The manifest has not been required for ages now. Eventually the code will 
recomend its use (basically give stern warnings if nor present). But this is 
not going to be in place before the management console gets done which is 
taking forever ;)

If you don't want to package your classes for reuse you can just directly add 
them into "SAR-INF/classes" in your .sar and they will be picked up. That 
should generally be easier.



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