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From "Lars Huttar" <>
Subject RE: to develop in Woody or CForms?
Date Mon, 03 May 2004 19:55:28 GMT
> > So... the question is, should we start implementing our forms
> > in Woody, possibly working with misfeatures that haven't yet
> > had the kinks shaken out, and knowing that we'll have to migrate
> > to CForms later?
> > Or should we start using the not-yet-stable Cocoon 2.1.5,
> > develop in not-yet-stable CForms, knowing we'll need to upgrade
> > Cocoon again when 2.1.5 stable release comes out?
> > 
> > I'm thinking that the former is better, since we won't have
> > as much of the headache of working with an unstable framework.
> > But I'd welcome your thoughts.
> CForms is not less stable than Woody, I would even say it's the other 
> way around, because the API is cleaned at the moment - but maybe this 
> "at the moment" is important. But IMO the headache by upgrading from 
> 2.1.4 and Woody to 2.1.5 and CForms might be bigger than the usage of 
> the current CForms.
> Furthermore the 2.1.5 seems not to be that far away. We 
> already agreed 
> in starting the code freeze after next First Friday and to 
> release one 
> week later, on 14th of May.

Thanks for the helpful advice.
I was assuming, based on past patterns, that the 2.1.5 stable release
would be at least a few (if not several) months away.


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