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From Daniel Fagerstrom <>
Subject Re: Block deployment: working with blocks from a user's point of view
Date Thu, 12 Jan 2006 16:05:32 GMT
Reinhard Poetz wrote:

> Daniel Fagerstrom wrote:
>> Looks good!
>> I will restructure the cocoon-blocks-fw projects so that it contains 
>> sub projects, then we can move the Schema files and configuration 
>> model beans, so that we share a common implementation.
> yes, good idea.
> I will also synchronize the schema files as I changed them a bit 
> compared to the files in /trunk/src
> With configuration model beans you mean the classes generated by 
> Castor, don't you?
> Do you have the intention to use the Castor classes in core? I'm not 
> really convinced we should do this as Castor comes with some 
> dependencies and as core mostly (only?) needs reading access to the 
> configuration files, I think we should use something that doesn't 
> introduce so many (or any) dependencies.

Agree about not using Castor for the blocks framework. On the same time 
it would be better to have a common model, but I don't know how to best 
achieve that. And maybe there is so little in common for the needs in 
the blocks fw and the deployer so that it isn't worthwhile.


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