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From "David Graham" <dgraham1...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: DBCP status?
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2003 01:07:08 GMT
>David Graham wrote:
>>I took a crack at fixing DBCP for Struts 1.1 and decided it was in such 
>>bad shape that we (Struts) should just drop it.  If other people are 
>>willing to fix and support it, I'm +1 on moving to db-commons.
>>
>>Here is my wish list for DBCP in no particular order:
>
>Thanks David.  I'll add these to the list of changes I posted and will get 
>it done shortly.  They all seem very reasonable and helped confirm that 
>there was unnecessary duplication in the codebase.

Neat.  I wish I could help out more but Struts and Validator are consuming 
all of my volunteer time right now.  The main problem with DBCP seems to 
have been a "drop and run" approach to adding code.  It really needs a 
steady team to maintain it.

David

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