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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21053] - URL codec contribution from HttpClient
Date Fri, 27 Jun 2003 20:12:58 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From olegk@apache.org  2003-06-27 20:12 -------
Gary,
We are VERY serious about using Commons-Codec in future releases of HttpClient.
However, just very recently we have had very vocal complaints on the HttpClient
mailing list about growing number of inter-dependencies among Jakarta Commons
projects. It looks like we will have to run a vote on inclusion of Commons-Codec
& Commons-Lang as external dependencies for HttpClient. Regardless of outcome, I
do think we should still try to factor out reusable code from HttpClient and
submit it to appropriate Commons sub-projects. In case we win HttpClient users'
approval, duplicate code in HttpClient will be deprecated and eventually
replaced by respective Codec implementation.

Who else may need to review the patch or what else needs to be done on my part
in order to assure that the patch is good to be checked in? 

Oleg

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