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From Pier Fumagalli <p...@betaversion.org>
Subject Re: Block deployer - first draft in SVN
Date Sat, 25 Sep 2004 17:24:43 GMT
I don't understand the Block interface:

public interface Block {
     public InputStream getInputStream() throws IOException;
     public RemoteBlock getRemoteBlock();
}

Why does it expose an InputStream???

	Pier

On 25 Sep 2004, at 13:28, Reinhard Poetz wrote:

>
> In http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/cocoon/whiteboard/block-deployer
> (don't know why there are no commit messages - maybe they will be sent
> later ...) I started to implement the block deployer library. I want to
> share my work in this early stage to make it possible for others to
> review and join my efforts.
>
> This library is currently only used in a few JUnit tests but in the
> future it can (and hopefully will) be the base for all deployment tools
> like a command line deployer, an Ant task, an Eclipse wizard, a
> deployment server application, ...
>
> Some (random) information:
>
> - Any feedback is welcome!
>
> - Any contributions are welcome! This is NOT my personal
>   project.
>
> - I use this project to learn more about unit testing
>   and so (nearly) the complete API is covered by unit tests
>   based on Junit and Easymock.
>
>   If you check-in code make sure that you do not break
>   the unit tests! Simply run "ant junit" (make sure
>   that you put junit.jar into your ant/lib directory)
>
>   If you write Unit tests pls use Easymock instead of
>   writing mock classes.
>
> - I want to support Java 1.3 because I don't see any
>   reason why it shouldn't be possible. Altough I use
>   Java 1.4 I will check now and then
>   whether it still compiles and runs with JDK 1.3.
>
> - If somebody wants to join and doesn't know what he can
>   do, writing the command line client (which probably
>   covers large parts of the Ant task) would be a good
>   starting point.
>
> - Building the docs with Forrest (revision 47089 which
>   is a checkout from a few days ago) works well for me.
>
> - .project and .classpath  should make an import in Eclipse
>   easy.
>
> -- 
> Reinhard
>
>
>
>

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