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From Neeme Praks <ne...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [Vote:Avalon4] fortress
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 15:45:43 GMT

Is the dynamic proxy dependancy the only thing that requires fortress to 
run on an >= 1.3 JDK? If yes, then I could have a look at adding in 
dynamicproxy support for 1.2 JDKs as well...

Berin Loritsch ::

> >From: Peter Donald [mailto:peter@realityforge.org]
> >
> >What to use? Basically it would depend on what you want to
> >deploy to. If you
> >are writing a standalone server of some kind I would suggest
> >using Phoenix.
> >If you are writing something to embed inside other apps (like
> >in a webapp)
> >then the only released container is ECM ... which implements
> >things in a way
> >we no longer approvie of. In which case I would recomend Fortress.
> >
> >I have crossed this to avalon-dev so hopefully someone will
> >be able to give
> >you more of an idea of when Fortress is lined up for release.
>
>
>
> The big reason for the delay actually has to do with the fact
> that Avalon is now a TLP, and it wasn't a good time for the
> community to force something out the door.
>
> Because Avalon is ready for a release, and was being prepared
> for it prior to Avalon PMC, I would like to now get consensus
> on releasing Fortress 1.0 to the public.  It is the result of
> the efforts of myself, Marcus Crafter, Stephen McConnel (he
> helped in some places), Leo S. (can't remember if it was Sutic
> or Simmons :/ ), and Peter D. (cleanups).  There were, I believe,
> other developers helping out here and there.  There are people
> impatiently waiting for it.
>
> Vote for Fortress 1.0 release for our user's happiness?
>
>
> +1 from me.
>
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