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From Reinhard Pötz <>
Subject RE: JXTemplate* and FOM moved to core (was: Re: All scratchpad code migrated to FOM)
Date Tue, 08 Jul 2003 06:10:48 GMT

From: Christopher Oliver

> I've moved the FOM implementation and JXTemplate* to the 
> core. For now 
> I've left the original flow implementation in place as a second 
> interpreter, so Woody, Linotype, XMLForm, and the Flow samples will 
> continue to work without change until we can migrate them. Petstore, 
> JXForms, and Garbage are still in the scratchpad but have 
> been updated 
> to use FOM. For the moment, the new FOM interpreter is called 
> "javascript", and the original interpreter is still called 
> "JavaScript".

Sounds good!

> To me the most important next step is to update the documentation, so 
> that's what I'll try to do when I have time.

I going to help on Thursday and on Friday with documentation and 
changes to FOM to make everything ready for beta release.


> Regards,
> Chris
> Reinhard Pötz wrote:
> >From: Christopher Oliver
> >
> >  
> >
> >>I just modified the remainder of the scratchpad code including 
> >>PetStore and JXForms to use the FOM. I also implemented the FOM
> >>WebContinuation. 
> >>However, in order not to break anyone immediately who may be 
> >>using them, 
> >>I haven't yet modified the JXTemplateGenerator and 
> >>FlowVelocityGenerator 
> >>to use the FOM. The XMLForm, Woody, and Linotype blocks will 
> >>still need 
> >>to be modified before we can blast the old flow implementation. 
> >>    
> >>
> >
> >After the vote we can start to update the blocks and the two
> >generators 
> >(
>So Chris (and of course everybody else who is interessted) we can go
>I can help on Thursday at the earliest.
>If anybody knows of open points please let me know!
>I'll start the vote on the Flow (in general) and the JavaScript/FOM

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