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From aaldr...@csc.com
Subject Re: Cocoon2 with no batik at all.
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2001 09:31:58 GMT
I totally agree in principle, however, I work in a tightly controlled
environment where such decisions are not mine to make!

I'll keep trying to find a way around the problem.

Regards,

Anthony Aldridge
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Gregory Steuck <greg@buildpoint.com> on 03/10/2001 18:42:43

Please respond to cocoon-users@xml.apache.org

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Subject:  Re: Cocoon2 with no batik at all.


>>>>> "aaldridg" == aaldridg  <aaldridg@csc.com> writes:

    aaldridg> If I manage to solve the problem, I'll get back to you,
    aaldridg> if not - has anyone got a solution - no way I can
    aaldridg> install X on our servers.

You should consider installing Xvfb. Properly protected Xvfb
(i.e. with tcp port filtered out by the host firewall) is not a threat
to the system security.

Don't get me wrong, getting rid of the dependency is much better, but
if I had to choose between scrapping the work I've done to move my
application and installing and running Xvfb I would choose the latter.

And yes, I used to run Xvfb for months to automate InstallAnywhere
builds.

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