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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: SourceResolver in SSF
Date Tue, 18 Mar 2008 12:07:27 GMT
Sylvain Wallez wrote:
> Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
>> Grzegorz Kossakowski wrote:
>>> Thanks Carsten for a summary!
>>> To be honest, I'm not sure what kind of action we should take here. 
>>> What you described sounds great and it's very tempting to have 
>>> sources properly working with just standard URL class.
>>> Anyway, I'm little bit worried that whole things bases on *ugly* 
>>> hack. I'm wondering how reliable the solution is. I have a few 
>>> additional questions:
>>> 1. Has this technique (not necessarily JNet's implementation) been 
>>> used in some project? Or it's your brilliant invention? :-)
>> Hehe, no, afaik other projects are using this as well and I borrowed 
>> the idea from there and made my own implementation. Among the projects 
>> is Equinox, the platform for Eclipse. I think there are some other 
>> projects out there using this as well.
> Yes, IIRC this was born in Equinox when some people started using OSGi 
> in webapps. Felix also has an implementation, which seems to take a 
> large variety of JVMs in to account [1]
> It might be worth considering a common low-level layer to handle this in 
> various contexts (Felix, Cocoon, etc)
Yes, that is the reason why I started jnet :) (unfortunately I never had 
time to finish this....)


Carsten Ziegeler

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