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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: SourceResolver in SSF
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2008 10:43:15 GMT
Grzegorz Kossakowski wrote:
> Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
>> Yes, in the long run. But to get out SSF asap I would just copy the
>> classes. This is internal stuff, so this shouldn't cause problems if
>> the packages, classes or methods change after the SSF release.
> +1
>> I propose to release 1.0.0 with a copy of jnet inside SSF; after the
>> release of 1.0.0 we sort out where and how we want to have the code.
> I'm not sure if this is the best option. I hoped to have final release
> of 1.0.0 before Easter. Integration of JNet, which seems to be an easy
> task will postpone the release for a few weeks because someone must do
> this integration, then  we will need to test it and only then release.
> I think everyone will agree that most users of SSF will be users of
> Cocoon 2.2 as well, at least at the beginning. We don't have a good
> documentation explaining how to use SSF outside Cocoon land and why it
> would be useful to do so. Having said that, I don't expect many people
> upset about dependency on CocoonSourceResolver. I think putting a bold
> remark that there is a limitation in 1.0.0 release that will get
> resolved ASAP is enough.
> Therefore I propose:
> 1. Make a 1.0.0 of SSF as it's now so Cocoon users can consume it and we
> will be able to release other artifacts in final version. (Remember: we
> can't release Cocoon Core 2.2 final if we don't have final release of SSF)
> 2. Integrate JNet by copying the code, cut first milestone of 1.1.0.
> This way we will deliver truly Cocoon-independent version of SSF for
> early adapters and at the same time we will get some time to sort out
> what to do with JNet code.
> 3. (Possibly) Create subproject 'JNet', fix bugs in SSF 1.1.0-M1 if any
> found.
> 4. Make final relase of JNet 1.0.0 and SSF 1.1.0.
> Does it make sense?
Yepp, +1


Carsten Ziegeler

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