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From "Dominic Tootell" <>
Subject RE: Cocoon 2.2 resources outside of a Block
Date Mon, 02 Jun 2008 11:28:10 GMT
Hi Grzegorz

>> Dominic, you would better have watched my video before posting
anything here. ;-) 

Actually I have watched and, I know the plugin works and you have a
reloadable classloader to read modifications to a java classes.  But, as
I did say in my post, you can't use jetty at times; expecially if you
are trying to get developers to test code on an environment that is as
like live/production as possible, to reduce the round trip time in
	"(sometimes you can't use jetty - i.e. you have apache
tunnelling requests though mod_jk to tomcat for instance and need to
test it)"

Your video is a walk through of the 3 step tutorial which is on the
Cocoon 2.2 site, more-or-less, which I've been through.  Does the RCL
work away from jetty? i.e for an application server such as tomcat?  

Sorry if I have somehow caused tension, by asking a question.....


-----Original Message-----
From: Grzegorz Kossakowski [] 
Sent: 02 June 2008 11:57
Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2 resources outside of a Block

>>Dominic, you would better have watched my video before posting
anything here. ;-) Actually, what you described >>above is what our RCL
(Maven plug-in) does but it does it in much convenient way with more
features and 
>>multi-block support...
>>The video shows how you can modify Java classes and Spring
configuration and see changes immediately but >>(obviously) the same
applies to other block resources like XML files, sitemaps, CSS etc.
>>After seeing all these e-mails complaining about some non-existing
problems of C2.2 I think it's right time to >>prepare "Top 10
misconceptions on Cocoon 2.2".
>>Something to worth consideration...
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