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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: Bug 16580; compiling xsp with classpath
Date Sun, 16 Feb 2003 20:23:06 GMT
Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
> wrote:
>> Hi there
>> As I cannot submit stuff in bugzilla on nagoya,
> You just need to create an account, that's it.
>> I'll just add a little comment here:
>> The "patch" to pizza I've made works fine, with the limitation that it 
>> cannot use star-imports "import net.something.*" on packages loaded 
>> from the classloader.
>> The downside is that the pizza source code is not that easily 
>> understood, and that Christopher Oliver surely is on to something more 
>> viable with his JavaCAPI - but for the time being, the pizza compiler 
>> works great here at my company.
>> I asked Christopher Oliver whether it was OK for me to integrate his 
>> JavaCAPI into cocoon - and he said it would be cool; but due to too 
>> much work and a rather shaky job-situation for me (need job to pay 
>> rent for apartment and diapers for the kid - anyone?!) that project 
>> has not progressed as much as I'd like it too - sorry Christopher...
> Don't worry, we will get this javac integrated, if not sooner, then 
> later ;-)
> The only question that bugs me is can we put eclipse's javac into Cocoon 
> CVS or not... What's the license?

IBM Public License (or very close to it) which is totally compatible 
with our license.

I'd *love* to see JavaCAPI integrated in Cocoon. It would make me 
*soooo* happy.

Stefano Mazzocchi                               <>
    Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitate [William of Ockham]

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