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From Alla Bogolubov <>
Subject TEST
Date Fri, 23 Mar 2007 20:13:01 GMT

-----Original Message-----
From: Nadir Amra [] 
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 4:05 PM
To: Apache AXIS C Developers List
Subject: Re: next release / open jiras


Still trying to learn about the release process.  Unless someone with 
experience volunteers to be release manager,  I have to figure this out 
and it will take some time - and I am very busy with other work so I guess 
I cannot commit to anything right now except to say I am trying to see 
what it would take to produce a candidate release.  Then I will go through 
the process. 

I do not think AxisCPP will be dead after 1.6 is released.  We will still 
be supporting it.  So you will still see releases assuming significant 
fixes are put in. I think the big ticket item is support for SOAP 1.2, 
which I plan on doing. 

I hope to fix/investigate the following for 1.6:

AXISCPP-543 Have some comments in generated code explaining what is going 
AXISCPP-623 Support for the WSDL construct "all"
AXISCPP-888 Deserializer does give any indication of error when tags not 
in the WSDL are encountered.
AXISCPP-989 Memory leak in Clients after arrays are serialized
AXISCPP-1014  incorrect handling of xsd:decimal due to missing code

I also hoped to revamp tracing support, but that is probably wishful 
thinking at this point for release 1.6.

Nadir K. Amra

Franz Fehringer <> wrote on 03/20/2007 07:11:45 AM:

> Hello Nadir,
> What are your current 1.6 release prospects?
> Do you have a tentative timeline first for a release candidate and then 
> a real release?
> Will AXISCPP (given the advent of AXISC) be dead after 1.6 or can we 
> expect 1.6.1 or even (gasp) 1.7?
> Which JIRAs do you plan to work on before 1.6?
> What about AXISCPP-1014 for example?
> Cheers and thanks for your good work
> Franz

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