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From Valentin Aitken <>
Subject Re: WinRM support via PyWinRM+Jython
Date Mon, 12 Oct 2015 16:25:27 GMT
However exactly because it is just 822 it is really not a problem that 
it is a python code.
We are using it intensively and we didn't hit any problems still.

So I vote to do it but later.


On 10/12/2015 07:20 PM, Richard Downer wrote:
> // new subject, was [PROPOSAL] Split brooklyn-core during OSGification
> The core code of PyWinRM (i.e. excluding tests) is 822 lines of code.
> I know that Java line counts tend to explode, but I'm thinking that
> maybe creating a Java implementation of the WinRM client is not such a
> horrible task as I thought it perhaps was. Doing this would mean that
> we could drop the Jython dependency. It's a disproportionately large
> dependency for the value it gives us.
> Thoughts?
> On 12 October 2015 at 17:14, Alex Heneveld
> <> wrote:
>> We should move winrm/jython to a new project in any case.  Many users will
>> want to exclude that bundle.
>> I suggest  software/winrm/ folder  brooklyn-software-winrm project.
>> --A
>> On 12/10/2015 17:59, Hadrian Zbarcea wrote:
>>> I think we'll need to split the core in multiple parts actually. I am
>>> having a bit of trouble myself with winrm4j. The complication is that it
>>> depends on jython, which does not provide an OSGi bundle either. I am not
>>> sure for instance if winrm4j is always necessary or it could be another
>>> core-ish bundle.
>>> A second thought is that I don't know what the impact on current users
>>> would be to move the current use of the OSGi framework in a different jar.
>>> One possibility is to split the core into multiple jar, following a
>>> convention we can agree upon (brooklyn-rt-* would be a common convention),
>>> but then let what Cipi called brooklyn-rt-felix, keep the current name
>>> brooklyn-core.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Hadrian

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