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From Henri Yandell <bay...@generationjava.com>
Subject Re: The Comprehensive Java Archive Network
Date Tue, 02 Apr 2002 17:12:07 GMT
Are there any plans/designs yet for JJAR enhancements? I've been playing
with it as an idea for use internall at work and home and am starting to
edge towards a list of enhancements I'd like to add.

Can I look to add other features for CJAN while I'm making my own ones?

My personal aim for JJAR is to make it usable as an internal repository
that links to deployments. One of the things I'd like to then do is chain
JJARs so that the company one uplinks to a CJAN one and developers don't
even have to integrate the jars, but rather use a CJAN tool to suck down
into the local JJAR repository and it's managed from there into each
project via ant. Other internal jar's are placed into the JJAR from the
projects via ant.

Hen

On Tue, 2 Apr 2002, Michael Davey - Sun UK Support Engineer wrote:

> Henri Yandell wrote:
>
>  > I noticed this yesterday Michael after wondering 'who really does
> own cjan.org'.
>  >  Have you investigated the JJAR component with respect to cjan?
>
> Yes.  It is my personal hope that the CJAN developers will enhance JJAR such
> that it becomes the reference implementation for a CJAN client, with JJAR
> continuing to be hosted by Apache, and the server-side being developed on
> SourceForge.  This would of course require the backing of the Jakarta
> community ;)
>
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