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From burtonator <bur...@relativity.yi.org>
Subject Re: Cocoon2 Design WAS: [cocoon 2] removing bottenecks
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2000 02:58:47 GMT
Neeme Praks wrote:
<snip>
> I have been thinking for quite some time, what would be the best way to
> integrate Cocoon and Turbine...
> I would like to use XSP as Turbine's screens and navigations... but I
> haven't figured out a neat way how the layout stuff would also fit in
> the picture here...
> 
> Anybody have any ideas on this? burtonator?

There have been some discussions on this.... 

IMO the way to do this would be with TurbineInitializers... The only
thing you need to do really is init() turbine.  Then you can use it as
an API under Cocoon and this way you don't have to use Turbine screens. 
Right now the Turbine.java Servlet is required more or less.  You can
get around it though.

IMO it doesn't really matter if Turbine screens are the best thing since
sliced bread (as jon might argue :).  You shouldn't be forced to use
them. 

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