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From Jeroen Reijn <>
Subject Re: [ANN] Apache Cocoon 2.2.0 Released
Date Tue, 20 May 2008 14:13:22 GMT
Hi Derek,

as far as I know (I have not used the cinclude transformer in more then 
a year) you will only have to change the way you feed parameters to the 
transformer from your xsl or xml. As i can remember the include 
transformer does not have a containing parameters element. Everything 
else should be the same as far as I can remember.



Derek Hohls wrote:
> Is the functionality equivalent?  ie I can just change all my "cinclude" tags
> to "include" and things will work as before?
>>>> On 2008/05/20 at 04:02, in message <>,
Jeroen Reijn <> wrote:
> Hi Derek,
> the IncludeTransformer has been favored over the CincludeTransformer for 
> a long time as far as I know.
> Regards,
> Jeroen
> Derek Hohls wrote:
>> I am obviously not reading carefully enough...
>> cinclude is deprecated?   what is meant to be its replacement??
>> Thanks
>> Derek
>>  >>> On 2008/05/20 at 12:23, in message <>,

>> Kamal Bhatt <> wrote:
>> Reinhard Haller wrote:
>> I had a rant about this about a month back. Basically, Cocoon
>> documentation is now a mess.
>> ...
>> Last I looked, most of the functionality was ported across. A lot of
>> things have been deprecated (cinclude, XSP, etc...), so be aware of
>> this. If you want information about migration options, I recommend
>> looking at my various posts last month on Cocoon 2.2 migration. Grzegorz
>> and others discussed all the various migration options.
>> FYI, we have held off on migrating to Cocoon 2.2, but that is not
>> because of Cocoon 2.2s functionality. As frustrating as certain aspects
>> of Cocoon 2.2 can be (confusing documentation being top of the list), I
>> would recommend upgrading to Cocoon 2.2 if only for a saner development
>> environment.

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