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From Justin Fagnani-Bell <>
Subject Re: Cocoon apps Web site hosting
Date Tue, 13 Aug 2002 05:47:49 GMT
> Yes, Marc, these are the core two things we need to capture.
> All projects hosted on the site should look similarly, check out 
> to see what I'm talking about:
> The second is how to manage the complexity of having multiple Cocoon
> versions (I think we can ignore the servlet container difference for the
> moment, that should not be taken into account IMO). We can have each 
> example
> app deployed in its own war file, but with today's Cocoon runtime memory
> size and twenty different applications, 2Gb or RAM will be soon
> insufficient.

Isn't there a way to do this with a custom class-loader? You have a 
system classpath and a user classpath. If a class is not in the user 
classpath, it's loaded from the system classpath. This way a user only 
gets their own Cocoon runtime if they have their own cocoon.jar in their 
lib directory. I'm not completely sure, but I think my hosting company 
(which has Cocoon support) does this, but then again my site isn't the 
most reliable in the world.


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