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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Jisp 3.0 moved to GPL licence
Date Fri, 20 Feb 2004 14:47:37 GMT
Upayavira wrote:

> Antonio Gallardo wrote:
> 
>> Reinhard Poetz dijo:
>>  
>>
>>>> Am 14:01 10.02.2004 -0500 schrieb Steve Krulewitz:
>>>>     
>>>>
>>>>> Does anyone know what happened to the jisp website?  The old URL
>>>>> http://www.coyotegulch.com/jisp/index.html sends you to an
>>>>>       
>>>>
>>>> invalid link.
>>>>
>>>> It's back up now: http://www.coyotegulch.com/jisp/
>>>> I never went there before it went down, but it now has a
>>>> version 3.0.0. That version isn't under the old license
>>>> anymore but GPLed (or commercial
>>>> for 2500$).
>>>> Old versions I can't find there..
>>>>
>>>> gunnar
>>>>
>>>> ps: sorry if you get this mail twice, steve. small mistake by me.
>>>>
>>>> -- 
>>>> G. Brand - interface:projects GmbH
>>>>     
>>>
>>> As our store depends on Jisp - what does this mean for us? IMO we have
>>> to look for a replacement. Any ideas/hints?
>>>   
>>
>> AFAIK, we must move away from jisp. That was an ugly move! :-(
>>
>> Maybe this is a crazy idea but: Is posible to replace jisp with Apache
>> Xindice? Mainly because I have concerns for another ugly move (as jisp
>> did) if we choose a solution from a 3rd party again. If we use Apache
>> Xindice I think this cannot happen again.
>>  
>>
> Could do. How efficient is XIndice? It would need to be pretty efficient 
> on binary data too, as that is our primary use case.
> 
> With the new embedded mode driver for XIndice, it wouldn't be that hard 
> to implement, so long as it is efficient enough.

I personally think it's a very bad idea. XIndice is not designed for 
these things. Carsten's suggestion seems *a lot* better!

-- 
Stefano.


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