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From Mike Engelhart <mengelh...@earthtrip.com>
Subject Re: What are the XSP design goals?
Date Fri, 02 Jun 2000 15:08:11 GMT
on 6/2/00 7:44 AM, Berin Loritsch at bloritsch@infoplanning.com wrote:

> One of the biggest usability goals of Cocoon should be that
> it is completely reload-able like a true servlet should be.
> If these design goals cannot be met in this manner, than support
> for XSP should be separated into a separate package that
> would have to be installed in the classpath, allowing the rest
> of cocoon to operate normally.
One thing though - compiled XSP are NOT servlets at all.   They just have
access to the request/response object but I don't think that makes them
servlets. Also XSP are reloadable by definition. If you change the XSP
source file, it is recompiled and reloaded by Cocoon.

Mike


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