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From "Reinhard Poetz" <reinh...@apache.org>
Subject RE: Java continuations with joeq
Date Sat, 21 Feb 2004 19:34:05 GMT

From: Gianugo Rabellino 

> Reinhard Poetz wrote:
> 
> > If there is support for Groovy, Pyhton, [or whatever] 
> continuations, I 
> > personally don't care because it doesn't make a real difference 
> > (languages are a matter of taste ...) and I don't think we should 
> > spread our energy over different Flowscript interpreter 
> > implementations which have to be maintained.
> 
> Well, we actually have to maintain a non-current forked 
> version of Rhino 
> (even if pretty stable actually), so I'd much rather change 
> my taste (I 
> quite like Javascript flow actually) if that buys me a more 
> hassle-free 
> continuation engine.

Point taken, but we released Cocoon 2.1 half a year ago. Let's say we
manage adding support for e.g. a GroovyFlowInterpreter and declare it as
stable let's say in half a year. 
Firstly, I think this move would be very confusing for our user base. 
Secondly, I think somebody will come up with a JavaFlow implementation
sooner or later. Let's say this happens in 18 months. This would mean we
release an 'official flow implementation' every year ...

--
Reinhard


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