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From Pier Fumagalli <>
Subject Re: problems starting 2.1.6-dev
Date Sun, 17 Oct 2004 13:45:46 GMT
On 17 Oct 2004, at 14:29, Jeremy Quinn wrote:
> On 17 Oct 2004, at 14:02, Steven Noels wrote:
>> On 17 Oct 2004, at 12:17, Jeremy Quinn wrote:
>>> I can re-factor this Steven.
>>> What is the procedure for getting this on
>> Nothing special:
>> * read
>> * think of a name & some short form of that: Pier/Jerm
>> * set up SVN account/passwd for committers: me
>> * create a new SVN repo on me
>> * decide which list should receive commit messages: Pier/Jerm
>> * decide whether you want an separate dev- type list: Pier/Jerm
>> * set up a doco edit account: me
>> * add a page to Pier/Jerm
>> * done
>> If you let me know Monday morning, all this should be OK by the 
>> evening.
> I have re-factored the code to the org.apache.cocoon.hibernate package.
> I added Apache License 2.0.
> I added a couple of helper functions for handling Transactions to the 
> flowscript file.
> I structured the set of files like the other blocks and added a sample 
> xconf.
> I put a readme in the libs directory to say what jars you need, should 
> those jars be added to the project?
> At a later date, I would hope to add a sample app to run off hsqldb.
> I have not had time to check or even compile the code yet.
> Pier, what are your preferences for the above (project name, commit 
> messages, dev list etc.)?

The code can't be licensed using the Apache License 2.0. It's LGPL as 
it "implements" certain LGPL Hibernate classes. That's the whole reason 
why we can't post it here...

I'd call the package org.cocoondev.hibernate as if someone outside of 
this community sees org.apache.cocoon they'll think that the ASF has 
gone mad and started writing code in LGPL! :-P


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