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From Giacomo Pati <giac...@apache.org>
Subject Getting rid of deprecated Interfaces/Classes/Methods
Date Mon, 23 Sep 2002 11:05:08 GMT

Hi Team

I'll have some spare time this week and thought of moving the HEAD branch
away from deprecated stuff from newest Avalon Framework/Excalibur jars.

My plan will be:

   1.  Get rid of Loggable in favor of LogEnabled
   2.  Get rid of Component and move to Service infrastructure

1. is straight forward and doesn't need any voting I think

2. can be done in two steps:

   a. move from Component to Service infrastructure as the
ExcaliburComponentManager supports this.

   b. use Fortress/Merlin (don't know the status of those and which one
makes more sense for Cocoon to be used, so I need some advice of
Avalonians here)

Ok, can those of you more familiar with Fortress/Merlin (Berin?) give some
status about those ServiceManagers and also a suggestion to move the b.
step or to postpone it for later because of the status of hose
ServiceManagers?

I know using one of these ServiceManagers means rewriting the
configuration files and/or use additional tools like phoenix-xdoclet

NB: why is that tool so phoenix specific? Should be a avalon-doclet more
appropriate or have I missed some discussion on Avalonland?

What are the drawbacks I will face?

What do I have missed in my reflections?

Giacomo




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