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From Sylvain Wallez <sylv...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [URGENT] Fix status and sync branches before release
Date Thu, 11 Nov 2004 18:12:01 GMT
Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> There are some changes which claimed to be in 2.1 and actually not in 
> 2.1, and changes which are in 2.1 but not in 2.2. Please review the 
> list and help to reconcile discrpancies before a release:
>
> -   <action dev="SW" type="fix">
> -     The CocoonBean now creates its own private logger hierarchy, 
> thus avoiding to
> -     pollute the CocoonServlet hierarchy when called in that context 
> (e.g. when
> -     generating a static site from a CMS)
> -   </action>

> -   <action dev="SW" type="add">
> -     CForms block: added widget states. All widgets can now have an 
> "active" (default), "disabled" or "invisible"
> -     state. Updated the stylesheets accordingly to use HTML's 
> disabled inputs.
> -   </action>

> -   <action dev="SW" type="fix" fixes-bug="25951">
> -     Flowscript: enforce the explicit declaration of variables in the 
> global
> -     scope (attached to the session). This avoids the implicit 
> declaration of
> -     variables in the global scope when the 'var' keyword is missing, 
> which
> -     leads to weird bugs difficult to track down, especially with 
> continuations.
> -   </action>


Done!

> +   <action dev="UV" type="add">
> +     Added a NekoHTMLGenerator to HTML block. This is a simpler HTML 
> parser than
> +     JTidy, which preserves more of the original HTML, primarily just 
> balancing
> +     closing tags.
> +   </action>


This seems to exist in 2.2 only, so that should be just a matter of 
moving it upper to 2.2 changes. Upayavira?

Sylvain

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