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From Giacomo Pati <giac...@apache.org>
Subject Re: status on c2?
Date Wed, 17 Jan 2001 09:05:31 GMT
Amal Sirvisetti wrote:
> Hi Giacomo,
>
> I am interested in implementing either of these features. When can I start?

Try it NOW :) with the caching system. If you are a long time lurker on this 
list you should have been aware of all the issues that are brought up 
concerning caching.

Send patches made to existing classes with "cvs diff -u" and the new sources 
as tar/zip.

TIA

Giacomo

>
> Giacomo Pati wrote:
> > Donald Ball wrote:
> > > just wondering if any of the active developers could give a quick
> > > overview of c2's status? i just recently finished the only project for
> > > c2 which i'd assigned myself (porting esql logicsheet), and i'd be
> > > happy to try to lend a hand to get a beta out there.
> >
> > The status is that we still need volunteers :) for the content
> > aggregation at the sitemap level and an implementation of a good caching
> > system. These two things hinder us to go beta (as adviced from Stefano).
> >
> > We could write an aggregation implementation based on the RT Stefano has
> > made (Subject "[RT] Content aggregation", 03 Oct. 2000). I'm not sure if
> > it is the way to go but at least we could make an implementation that
> > way and see how it works. The content aggregation at the sitemap level
> > AFAIR should be used to replace Stylebook so that we can use C2 to
> > produce our own docs and site.
> >
> > A cache system is essential because without it C2 is slower than C1 with
> > cache and thus make it less attractive to migrate for users with mainly
> > static XML content. For pure dynamic content C2 is about 2-3 times
> > faster that C1.
> >
> > The rest is quite stable AFAICT. We have (thanks Berin) good logging
> > based on  Avalons LogKit and a poolable JDBC/J2EE connetion (Avalon)
> > component which better fits in the C2 architecture than the Turbine
> > connection pool (thanks again Berin).
> >
> > There are some issues with the batik stuff we have used to replace the
> > prior SVG lib but Ross Burton is in touch with the batik people to solve
> > these issues.
> >
> > I've heard that there might be some threadsafety issues with FOP but
> > haven't been able to reproduce it so far.
> >
> > I'm very sorry not having the amount of free time I had last summer
> > (when I wrote the sitemap stuff) to make beta happen sooner.
> >
> > Giacomo
> >
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> --
> Regards,
> Amal
>
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