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From Glen Daniels <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Too many late changes for Axis2 1.2
Date Tue, 27 Mar 2007 17:00:32 GMT
Hi Asankha:

There are (at least) two issues here.  One is last-minute changes, sure 
(and I do agree that we should delay the release by a week or so).  The 
other, MUCH MORE SERIOUS ONE, is that we aren't adequately testing our 
base libraries.  If addressing got broken by a change in Axiom, then it 
was clearly relying on something in Axiom which wasn't being tested by 
Axiom.  We need to be better about this - I previously commented on this 
kind of thing in [1].

We have a lot of tests but we need to make sure that they are the RIGHT 



Asankha C. Perera wrote:
> I agree with Thilina, Last night I found out that the latest changes in 
> Axiom breaks addressing and alerted Deepal. A minor bug in Axiom could 
> lead to many issues and Addressing just seems to be one such case. As 
> soon as a broken Axiom appears in the Maven repos it spills down to all 
> smaller projects below and breaks the builds. More changes pending in 
> Axiom at this last minute could be good or bad.. but it certainly scares 
> me a bit
> asankha
> Thilina Gunarathne wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've been seen lot of changes happening in the Axis2 lately.. AFAIKS
>> the momentum of changes increased a bit recently Eg: QName, naming of
>> stubs, lots of AXIOM changes, WSDL2 integration, etc,etc...
>> I'm little bit worried about our readiness for the Axis2 1.2 release.
>> IMHO Axis2 needs a lot of testing.. I would also like to see couple of
>> more RC's too..  This is the same thing which happened for the 1.0
>> release, with too many late major changes it lost it's stability.. We
>> should always keep our 1.0 experiences in mind..
>> Personally I prefer delaying a release by couple of days rather than
>> going ahead with something which I'm not soo comfortable with... I'm
>> know this  same  paranoid feeling made the Axis2 1.1 release delayed
>> by days or weeks :(. But I prefer it that way..
>> Thanks,
>> Thilina
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