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From Andrus Adamchik <>
Subject Re: DataViews heads up
Date Mon, 30 Jul 2007 20:59:13 GMT

On Jul 30, 2007, at 9:46 PM, Ahmed Mohombe wrote:

> #1. Will someone check-in submitted patches (so that the trunk to  
> contain everything)?
> (If yes, how to proceed? )

Generally the answer is yes. But it may be challenging to do  
appropriate quality control, as to the best of my knowledge none of  
the current committers are using DataViews. This means that response  
times can be quite long. As for the process:

* Make sure you submit the CLA to Apache. Since it can take somewhere  
between a few weeks and a few months to get recorded, it is a good  
idea to submit it in advance:

* Submit patches via Jira. Make sure they are well documented so that  
the person who applies them understands what this is all about.

> #2. Will it be possible/allowed to publish (somewhere) a build,  
> e.g. dev-version (even if not on Apache - e.g.
> a version that might contain some patches). It would be important  
> especially for the DVModeler,
> since this might be used even by non-programmers who are not able  
> to build by themselfs .

My suggestion is to grab the code from SVN, build it and post it  
somewhere on your own site.

> #3. How to build a "distribution" with the new maven build? (with  
> ANT it was build as part
> of the cayenne distribution, with the documentation included - with  
> that Confluence plug-in).

Somebody has to write the Maven assembly code. All the bits are there  
(including a Maven plugin to grab stuff from Confluence). Send us a  
patch - I think if it works it will be committed with no big delays.


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