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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: C2 and Avalon
Date Thu, 07 Jun 2001 12:50:20 GMT
Ulrich Mayring wrote:
> 
> Giacomo Pati wrote:
> >
> > So far C2 is not a Block. You still need Tomcat (IIRC Tomcat 4 can be build as a
> > Block). The relation to Avalon is that C2 uses the framework and excalibur.
> 
> So what you guys do is copy the code from the Avalon project and embed
> that version into the Cocoon2 project?

No.  We include the distribution jars from the Avalon web site:
jakarta.apache.org/avalon

> Will that integration happen in the future?

There is a possibility of that.  The interface does need to be thought out
though.

> Will the need for Tomcat go away and will users have to install Avalon
> first, before installing Cocoon2?

Avalon is split into six subprojects now.  The reason is that Avalon was
too big, and covered too many different things--so we have them separated
out: Framework (the overall framework), Excalibur (reusable components),
LogKit (logger), Testlet (testing framework), Phoenix (server kernel),
and Cornerstone (reusable blocks).

Cocoon makes use of Avalon Framework, Avalon Excalibur, and Avalon LogKit.

> If you answer "yes" three times, you're eligible for the next round of
> questions ;-)

We are probably still eligible for another round of questions !-)

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