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From Sylvain Wallez <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] rollback Cocoon 2.2 and do Fortress merge later (was Re: Fortress Conversion Stalled)
Date Tue, 04 Nov 2003 07:28:17 GMT
Ryan Hoegg wrote:

> peter royal wrote:
>> Anyone:
>> Any thoughts about using Jelly as the builder for the sitemap?
>> Its usage can be completely hidden, but as a tag processor, it might 
>> work very well. We could use it to construct a bean-graph to model 
>> the sitemap.
>> -pete
> Sounds sensible.  Is jelly in use anywhere else in Cocoon?  It sounds 
> like a great fit.

Jelly is not currently used in Cocoon. The idea is interesting, but it 
also means a rewrite of a large part of the sitemap engine, and doesn't 
give an immediate answer to the mixing between components and container 
outlined by Berin.

Note that I don't state this to protect the current treeprocessor, but 
to minimize the work required to move to Fortress. Now I recognize I 
don't know Jelly and thus how hard this would be.


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