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From Ceki Gülcü <c...@qos.ch>
Subject Re: [Latka][Proposal] Make Jelly a required dependency?
Date Mon, 14 Oct 2002 13:53:11 GMT

Being in the process of writing an XML processing library called
joran, I am thoroughly impressed by Jelly's capabilities. Even if its
documentation is imho somewhat lacking, Jelly looks like one of the
most promising projects currently under the Jakarta umbrella.

At 14:33 14.10.2002 +0100, James Strachan wrote:
>From: "Nicola Ken Barozzi" <nicolaken@apache.org>
> > dion@multitask.com.au wrote:
> > > Is there a rule somewhere about not having sandbox components as a
> > > dependency? Or is this a general call to move Jelly to commons?
> >
> > It's really time Jelly goes to Commons proper, don't you think?
> > It's more active than Latka itself ATM, and used by more and more
> > Jakarta projects.
> >
> > +1
> >
> > Let's see the plan :-)
>
>:-)
>
>I'd really like a stable release of Jelly out ASAP so migrating it to the
>commons proper sounds like a great idea.
>
>Though I am having second thoughts on whether Commons is the right place for
>Jelly; maybe it should be a top level Jakarta project? Jelly started out as
>a little reusable XML scripting engine that could be embedded anywhere and
>is increasingly growing in scope to have all kinds of add-on libraries like
>JellyUnit, JellySwing and to do things like SOAP scripting (via Apache
>Axis).
>
>So I'm starting to think it needs to be a top level project with its own
>sub-projects. Do others think this is a good idea? Either way I'd like to
>see Jelly promoted very soon.
>
>Incidentally Jelly also has dependencies on Jexl which would need to be
>promoted to the commons proper too before a release could be made.
>
>James
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Ceki

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