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From John Huss <>
Subject Re: Moving "merge" package to cayenne-tools in 3.2?
Date Sat, 10 Nov 2012 16:21:02 GMT
The migrations classes in the sandbox that I wrote use the merge package at
runtime to perform migrations at startup time.


On Saturday, November 10, 2012, Andrus Adamchik wrote:

> I wonder we should move "merge" package to cayenne-tools from
> cayenne-server in 3.2. To me schema manipulation operations are somewhat
> separate from the runtime part. (So DbLoader and DbGenerator are also
> candidates for a similar move, maybe later).
> "merge" main use seems to be from the Modeler, which imports
> cayenne-tools.jar. And of course cayenne-tools is available via Maven, and
> other Cayenne distribution channels.
> Any reason to keep it in the runtime framework?
> Andrus
> P.S. I am also looking at much more glaring modularity issues with Cayenne
> (the whole "unpublished" thing that we discussed on many occasions), but
> don't have any proposals yet, so figured we'd start with things more
> confined in scope.

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