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From David Weitzman <davew...@optonline.net>
Subject kernal.xml vs. assembly.xml format
Date Sat, 14 Sep 2002 17:52:24 GMT
This is just something to consider.

I've noticed that kernal.xml and assembly config files express similar
information, but use a different format (<component> nested in <embeddor>
vs. <block>).  One is parsed by DefaultEmbeddor, the other by Assembler.

There are some distinct differences.  <component> allows you to specify and
object's role, whereas dependancies in <block>s use bock names and <provide>
to add stuff to the ServiceManager.  Assembler is also tied to the .sar
format.

But overall, basically, the files are similar.  Is this a bad thing, good
thing, or just a thing?

David Weitzman


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