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From Ralph Goers <Ralph.Go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: Releasing our spring module
Date Wed, 27 Dec 2006 23:10:53 GMT
Would it make sense to move this out of Cocoon entirely, similar to the 
javaflow stuff?  That might make it easier for it to be reused.

Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
> As you might have noticed I refactored our core in the last days a
> little bit. The main change is the extracting of our Spring based
> configuration stuff (the settings object, support for running modes,
> reading of properties, reading configuration files directly from the
> classpath etc.) and making it independent from the Cocoon web framework
> part.
>
> You can find this in the new core-spring module. It has only a
> dependency on the core-configuration stuff (and spring of course).
>
> I think we should do some marketing about this stuff as it is a really
> useful piece of software which you can use in *every* spring based web
> project. So if you are using e.g. spring with JSF you can use our spring
> module for the configuration stuff as well! And you could even - hold
> your breath - use this with Cocoon 2.1.x of course. And it brings you a
> standarized way of handling running modes and properties with Spring.
>
> So I would like to combine the current three modules (configuration-api,
> configuration-impl and spring) into one single module (or two if people
> prefer separating the public stuff in this case as well) and then
> release this as a 1.0 version as soon as possible.
>
> I think this stuff is rather independent from the rest of the Cocoon
> core and should be mature enough to be released. This will hopefully
> give us some marketing and attract people. And we can consider this part
> as finished/stable for a 2.2 release of Cocoon itself.
>
> Carsten
>   

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